LittleBigPlanet Metal Gear Solid DLC Trailer, Best… Trailer… EVER!!!

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Up to now — which it’s only been about a week or two since I finally got the game — I’ve been a bit disappointed with LittleBigPlanet‘s downloadable content offerings. $2 for simple Sackboy costumes that really serve no purpose? Seems too pricey to me, especially seeing what’s planned for this Tuesday’s DLC update. If you haven’t heard already, Media Molecule teamed up with Konami to create a bunch of sweet Metal Gear Solid 4-themed content for LBP, all of which will be launching on December 23rd.

For $5.99 — the same price as 4-piece costume packs sell for, I should point out — LBP players can get the Metal Gear Solid Premium Level Pack, an add-on that comes stuffed with five brand new story levels, one new challenge level, a Gurlokovich Soldier Sackboy costume, 12 new trophies, a ton of new stickers, decorations and other level creation materials, new sound effect and music elements, and the Paintinator paintball gun gadget. Again, all of that for only six bucks. How can they now justify selling costume packs for the same price?

But whatever, I don’t want to get on too much of a DLC rant here. However, I do want to show you this new trailer Sony’s released for the MGS level pack because quite frankly it’s one of the best videogame trailers ever produced, I shit you not!

LBP Premium Level Packs + Costume Packs (Metal Gear Solid Edition) – on the PS Store 12/23 [PlayStation.Blog]

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