Obama And LittleBigPlanet Team Up, For Kids

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Nov 24, 2009
  1. Vidboy10
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    Wait a minute. Obama IS a PS3 fanboy, he's always complaining about kids and the XBox and now he's starting something with Sony!!!
     
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    Freaking cute... [​IMG]
     
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    excellent pic
    maybe we may see more edutainment games on the DS on an effort to get the amount above
    i'd rather worry about the eco crisis
     
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    I see what Obama is doing...

    Let me get this straight, they are creating levels for LBP to teach: Math, Science, and Engineering? If thats the case, then I might enjoy doing LBP...

    Anyways, lets keep video games on the consoles to a minimal amount of learning (after all thats what leapster is for [​IMG] ). I want to have fun, while maybe learning a new word or two (no I don't play GTA [​IMG] ).
     
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    I'm still waiting for my Barack Obama sackboy.

    I wouldn't say this is "educational", though. I would have thought they should put the Sims in schools. It teaches kids how to balance a budget (well, somewhat) as well as adult life. Or, if you live in underprivelaged areas, Grand Theft Auto makes a good substitute.
     
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    Eww no.
     

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