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Sackboy’s Steam Debut: Could the LittleBigPlanet Trilogy be Making its Way to PC?

Sackboy has failed to establish himself in the PC market. While the initial LittleBigPlanet titles for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 were well-received, sales of Sackboy: A Big Adventure on Steam have been disappointing. That doesn’t mean the adorable little character is quitting up. According to rumors, his next great endeavor may be to re-release the original LittleBigPlanet trilogy on Steam as independent games or as a restored package deal.

The leaks in issue have been widely disseminated on Reddit, with observant gamers noting that all three LittleBigPlanet games are now included on the Steam Database App. Furthermore, something called Gorilla Engine connects all three games. Because the franchise is approaching a significant anniversary, some fans have hypothesized that this may be an undisclosed remaster of the original trilogy.

Many players, though, have reacted to the leak with distrust and skepticism. It doesn’t help that each record on the Steam Database App now contains a remark noting that these leaks are most likely fraudulent. The games are also labeled as DLC, which undermines their trustworthiness.

While putting the games on Steam appears to be a good idea in theory, many people have pointed out the ridiculousness of rereleasing all three titles on a new platform. LittleBigPlanet 1 and LittleBigPlanet 2 include a lot of fan-created material that has been incorporated into LittleBigPlanet 3, rendering the prior two games rather redundant.

Sony has been releasing several of its exclusives on PC in recent years. Even their masterwork, The Last of Us, will be released in March. It’s not totally out of the question that they’ll explore porting more popular titles to PC as well.

Simon Hewitt

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