Let's start with a slight confession - I've never actually played LittleBigPlanet. It's a game that sadly passed me by, too busy saving my comrades in Okinawa on World At War. But fear not. The knowledge I have gained about this game comes from an exceptionally reliable source, and to be honest, I've never heard of a first-person shooter that offers so much. For a game rated 7+, there certainly seems to be an awfully abundant amount of adult content - but then again, how many 7-year-olds are going to have the skill to be able to kill the last demon boss needed to unlock the brothel full of naked women at the end anyway, right? Maybe I should play the game ... Ok, lets start again. Before it was released, LittleBigPlanet was a game that had people cursing the amount they'd spent on their new PS3. "I didn't pay £400 on a new bloody console for a 2D game!" were the angered cries from men, women, and children alike. But the comments of disdain were quickly transformed into comments of adulation when people actually started playing this endearing puzzle-platform based adventure. For such a simple idea, the game was incredibly immersive - with a fully interactable environment that allowed us to become a part of the LBP world. The content creation ability took this a step further, allowing the player to create their own unique characters and levels, and then share them around to create an overall game that for once, truly belonged to the individual player. It was a game that felt as fresh as the PS3 itself, and for the unique quality of LittleBigPlanet, I hereby place it at number 10 on this list.