The 8 Most Promising Non-Sequels of 2008

LittleBigPlanet (September, PS3)

Not only is LittleBigPlanet one of the most promising non-sequel games of 2008, it's one of the most promising games, period. Simply put, it's difficult to watch this game without wanting to play given its multiplayer focus, cooperative level design, fluid environments, and diorama-like HD graphics. Mario may have left the overworld a long time ago for galactic 3D platforming, but LittleBigPlanet looks to revive the 2D perspective with a highly creative and inviting style that's heavy on community.

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