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Create your own games in LittleBigPlanet 2

According to Sony, the sequel, due in winter, will one-up its adorable predecessor by letting players create not just game levels, but games themselves.

Following Friday's unofficial confirmation of LittleBigPlanet 2, Sony on Monday made the game's existence official. Monday morning, the PlayStation Blog took the wraps off the sequel, which first surfaced in April via a loose-lipped musician's Twitter post. That outing came five months after a level designer at the game's developer, Media Molecule, shot down sequel talk, saying a retail follow-up would be "counterproductive" to the game's massive community.

Monday, Sony made much of the achievements of said community--which has created more than 2 million levels for LittleBigPlanet--when it formally announced LittleBigPlanet 2, which will one-up its predecessor by letting players create not just game levels, but games themselves.

Read more of "Little Big Planet 2 due winter 2010, original sells 3 million" at GameSpot.