The Cakeling Rises in LittleBigPlanet 2 PlayStation Move Pack DLC

LittleBigPlanet 2‘s PlayStation Move Pack DLC promises to be the largest game update yet, with new tools, levels, power-ups, stickers, costumes and more greatly expanding the creation possibilities. Actually, Media Molecule released a list outlining everything the add-on will come with. Just look at all the sweet new toys Sackboy will have to play with!

– A brand new story for LittleBigPlanet 2 – The Rise of the Cakeling with 14 new levels (5 levels, 7 mini games and 2 cutscenes)

– A new powerup for Sackboy: The Brane Crane

– 3 huge new powerful gadgets for use with PlayStation®Move: The Movinator, The Move Recorder, The Paint Tool

– 4 Interactive Music Tracks

– 8 Music Sequencer Tracks

– A new Sound Object containing 32 new sounds

– 17 new Music Sequencer Instruments

– A new level background

– 6 New Costumes

– 18 Materials

– 41 Decorations

– 13 Objects

– 66 Stickers

– 39 new LittleBigPlanet Pins

– 11 brand new PlayStation® Trophies

Wanna know what’s even better? The update will also introduce full PlayStation Move backwards compatibility to the entire game, so you can go back to relive all the original story levels and continue playing the millions of community levels, now using the Move.

The LittleBigPlanet 2: Move Pack: Rise of the Cakeling DLC is scheduled for a September 14th launch, with pricing still to be announced. If you’re still looking for a reason to jump on the LittleBigPlanet 2 bandwagon, check out my review from earlier in the year. Also, don’t miss the latest trailer for Sackboy’s PS Vita debut from Gamescom last week.

Oh yeah — and here is a gallery of new LBP2 Move Pack pics. The artwork with Sackboy posing with his Move and Navigation controllers is particularly adorable.

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