Worthplaying | PC Review – ‘Sackboy: A Big Adventure’
Staff, 2022-11-30 03:00:00,
The PS3 era introduced players to LittleBigPlanet. For some, the creativity was the main attraction. The ability to make full-blown games garnered plenty of attention, and the chance to put stickers and other things in the main campaign was a very novel idea, even nowadays. For those who didn’t want to create stuff, the platforming gave the game some appeal, as the mechanics were solid and the presentation was a stunning example of what the PS3 could do in the right hands. For the debut of the PS5, Sony went with a spin-off rather than a full-blown sequel, and under Sumo Digital’s guidance, Sackboy: A Big Adventure received much praise. Two years later, as part of Sony’s push toward the PC, the game has made its way to the PC in fine form.
The story takes place in Craftworld, home of the sack people that are well versed in creating joy for all those in the world of imagination and beyond. That peace is broken when a giant evil being named Vex forces the sack people to build his Topsy Turver machine, which spreads his evil and introduces nightmares. Thanks to some luck and ingenuity, Sackboy escapes and must find a way to save his people and stop Vex’s plot.
The core gameplay is still a platformer, but unlike the previous numbered games before it, Sackboy trades 2D side-scrolling for a more open 3D setting. For the most part, the game focuses on collecting and solving puzzles to get even more stuff. Orbs of all types become important as currency…
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