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For those of you who loved LittleBigPlanet on the PS3, the PSP version has finally received a release date as well as its official NA cover art. You’ll be able to grab a copy of LittleBigPlanet on November the 17th, so get ready to play, create and share all over again on the PSP.

To see the cover art and more information about the game, just hit the jump.

LittleBigPlanet will be released on both UMD format and on the PSN network, simultaneously, ensuring that both PSP-Go and original PSP owners will be happy. While it won’t have multiplayer, the PSP version is still likely to be a hit, offering the ability to create and download user-generated levels, and also offering 30 completely new levels over seven new themes.

Lastly, as promised, the cover art for the PSP version of LittleBigPlanet can be seen below.

LittleBigPlanet PSP_qjgenth

Source: QJ.Net

  1. As a 360 and PSP owner, this is one me the few PS3 exclusives that i’m envious of, so I’m very happy about this. Just hope it’s as good as its big brother!

  2. avatar Stigs

    Update: The owner’s manual stteas it will take approximately 7 hours to fully charge the device; unfortunately, I was not present to record the time when the indicator light turned off. For size comparisons, please refer to pictures I have uploaded. Also, I would like to add that this fits snugly inside the Official Sony Travel Pouch and since the width (or depth I should say) of the device is similar to the power brick, you may use the power brick to see if this charger will fit in your travel cases however the other dimensions are different so account for those. I will update again after continued use! Original Review Author’s Note: I will update this when I have used the device. These are initial impressions with information provided in the owner’s manual that are not presented in the product information.The object is pretty weighty (135g) about as heavy as an iPhone 4 and the dimensions are 67 x 79 x 22mm (2.7 x 2.8 x 0.9 in).Input: DC 5V/1.0AOutput: DC 5V/1.5ABattery: DC 3.7 V, 5000mAhWhen Charging the portable charger the button indicator blinks:Green Approximately 70% or more battery charge in the chargerOrange Approximately 40 70% battery charge in the chargerRed Approximately 40% or less battery charge in the chargerNot lit Fully ChargedWhen Charger is supplying power to devices button lit continuously,Green Approximately 70% or more battery charge in the chargerOrange Approximately 40 70% battery charge in the chargerRed Approximately 40% or less battery charge in the chargerNot lit Fully Charged/No remaining charge in chargerRemember that this device outputs at 1.5A for your Vita (this is the minimum output required for the Vita to stay on and charge simultaneously) however, if you plug in another device; let’s say an smartphone, the charger will adjust to the required current (around 1A) . In other words, it won’t fry your smart phone’s battery.IMPORTANT: Please note that this requires (!!) the Vita charger to charge the portable charger. The bottom of the portable charger has the input charging port which is the same port that the PS Vita requires to charge (USB port on the top and PS Vita charging port is on the bottom). In a way that’s convenient because it cuts down on packaging and pricing if you own a Vita; however if you don’t own a Vita you will need to buy BOTH the USB cord AND the AC adaptor. So if you are considering purchasing this without owning a Vita, look for an alternative as the USB cord and AC adaptor are pricey!The reason I bought this over other alternatives is the 1.5A that will allow me to play both my Vita and charge it simultaneously. As for the need for the AC adaptor, I think it’s a great idea to reduce the amount of cords cluttered around. If I were to really travel somewhere far I would bring my Vita charger anyway so I don’t see why people find this to be a fault.I will run a few tests to see whether this device can charge an iPhone 4S, HTC Evo 3D, and other USB charged devices I find around the house. If I have time I will run some time tests and I will also test to see if the charger can charge itself while simultaneously charging the Vita (does not work, you can only charge one or the other). Feel free to leave any questions or tests you’d like done in the comments!

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