So I have this goat and she's been a little ill, so I brought her over to the house so I could keep a better eye on her. Plus, the grass out back is getting high and I figured she could eat on that and fertilize it at the same time. My back yard is fenced in and I thought she'd stay in it. She did, for two whole days. I came home from work and saw that she was in the yard, looking well and eating. I go in grab a bite to eat before heading out the door again. I go out and she's in my woods eating.
hiyou can call me Static, i need help on Lbp2 the only thing im actually good at is music, im not very creative and im only good with logic to a certain point everytime i start a level i quit on it cause i feel hopeless, can anyone whos friendly has a mic and good with all things Lbp2 plz help me? i would GREATLY apreciate it! thanks! my PSN is
StaticFactionX im on everyday or at the very least every other day and im a very cooperative person, i just want to learn, and not everything
did u miss me? i missed u
im back from my indefinite haitus,i felt disconnected from LBP and it was effecting my creating. so now im back creating and except something AWESOME from me soon.
We're making unimaginably, undeniably incredible things in Little Big Planet. From complex contraptions to beautiful landscapes, we are doing amazing things. And although fun and learning are the primary goals of all Little Big Activities, I can't help but ask myself this question: Is this really gaming?
When you hear the word "Gaming" what do you think of? Shooters? Puzzle Games? Role-Playing Games? Adventure Games? Chances are, the absolute first thing that pops into
After 5 years, I remembered this epic video. It shows how the rendering of water evolved in 30 years of video-gaming. Although the video is focused on the water, it also shows how graphics have evolved as a whole. Worth taking a look, specially if you are a veteran gamer: