USA Today Giving Away 15,000 LittleBigPlanet Beta Keys
LittleBigPlanet is set to take the world by storm on October 21, and it seems as if thousands - no, millions - of gamers are all clamoring for a shot at the beta test.
Over the past few weeks, Sony has handed out beta keys to many different gaming websites, such as Eurogamer, GameSpot, and IGN, and future SackBoy fans were zipping all over the Internet in an attempt to secure one of those valuable codes. But if you haven't managed to snag one yet, your best chance may be here: Sony has given USA Today 15,000 beta keys, and the process is as simple as simple can be. No contests or anything; just send 'em an e-mail, they will respond with a beta key, and you're in. Obviously, there's quite a big article to accompany this announcement as well, but it's nothing you haven't read before if you've been following the LBP saga over the past few months. Essentially, it shows that just about every gaming media outlet on the planet has high expectations for SackBoy and Co., and both Media Molecule and Sony want this game to appeal to everyone. October is loaded with unbelievable software, but nothing is gonna top the little cooperative-based platformer with big aspirations.
We assume this USA Today giveaway is first-come, first-served, so you had best get a move on. But we ran this story as soon as USA Today told us about it, so hopefully, you should be among the first to send 'em an e-mail. Try it out!
Related Game(s): LittleBigPlanet
10/8/2008 Ben Dutka