Average User Score: 7.0Apr 27, 2014The game looks nice, and it's advertised prominently in the Free to Play section of the Playstation Store for the Playstation Vita. There's lots of content available for the game, which should lead to hours of game play. Except the game isn't free at all - sure, to install the game itself is free, but it doesn't come with any tables - you have to at least plunk down $10 to get a set of tables. I'm sure the game is great, but I uninstalled once I found out it wasn't actually free.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.8Nov 25, 2012The single player campaign is great fun, really well done with a lot of polish. With that charming, if not a little too-hand-holding LBP style, I'm pretty convinced that this is one of the best single-player experiences that the Playstation Vita has to offer. The game is chock full of content, providing a meaty single-player campaign full of goodies and collectables, even a separate arcade mode with games that you'd pay $2.99 for in the iTunes Store or Google Play store. The game uses all of the Vita's features to boot, too. And with the creation suite? You could be playing this game well into 2014.
That's where the good stuff ends. The multiplayer mode, a highly touted feature of LBPV, is just broken. My Vita connects to my network no problem. It connects online no problem - I can download full games from the Playstation Store faster than I can set up a multiplayer game in LBPV. And at least after downloading a full game, I can play it - not so with this game. In my time owning it, I haven't been able to connect once to another player, whether it's someone across the country or someone across the room. Marketing for the game (and the game itself) touts the ability to share and download new levels and the like - and to play multiplayer with friends. All of these are pretty much impossible with the current state of the online.… Expand