Video: Gradius a la Little Big Planet

A Japanese savant has recreated the original first level of side-scrolling classic Gradius in Little Big Planet. A crafty feat — the little enemies on puppet sticks and the clacking laser planks just slay me.

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4 Responses to Video: Gradius a la Little Big Planet

  1. Anonymous says:

    I can’t imaging the work that has gone into this and other projects by the same author.

    I found his interpretation of Tetris in the related videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8THIEAdlpk

    Also very impressive and looks like a lot of fun.

  2. Anonymous says:

    “There must be a pretty big mass below the camera level to cause the laser beams to behave ballistically.”

    Gosh. Could that be why it’s named “Little Big Planet?” A planet-sized mass in a little package?

  3. ben says:

    Because some people really do have too much free time…

    There must be a pretty big mass below the camera level to cause the laser beams to behave ballistically.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Ohh, say it ain’t so about how off you are on this – - clearly the Flash Gordon style spaceships with their billowy, cottony exhaust are the high point of this game. Brilliant!

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