Little Britain: The Video Game

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Little Britain: The Video Game
File:Little Britain - The Video Game Coverart.png
PS2 Cover Art
Developer(s)Gamerholix
Gamesauce
Publisher(s)Mastertronic Group
Platform(s)PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Portable
ReleasePS2 & PC
  • EU: 2 February 2007
PSP
  • EU: 21 September 2007
  • AU: 4 October 2007
Mode(s)Single-player

Little Britain: The Video Game is a 2007 collection of mini games by British studios Gamerholix and Gamesauce and published by Mastertronic Group under their Blast! Entertainment label. It is shown like an episode from the TV series, which is a sketch show. There are 7 mini games, which are played as Lou and Andy, Vicky Pollard, Emily and Florence, Marjorie Dawes, Daffyd Thomas, Judy & Maggie or Letty. The game is won by completing the goals for each sketch, then the credits roll.[1] The game is hated very much, and many lists say it is one of the worst video games ever.

Platforms[change | change source]

Little Britain: The Video Game is available for PC, PS2 and PSP. The PC version is called Little Britain: The Computer Game. Only the PSP version can stream demos of the game to other users and has wireless multiplayer (it uses WLAN), a bonus mini game played as Anne & a different game played as Emily.

Reception[change | change source]

The game is hated by many people. It has a 1.6/10 on GameSpot UK from 7 reviews.[2] It has a 16%, the 2nd lowest rating on GameRankings, where only Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing has a lower rating.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Little Britain Fancy Dress". Archived from the original on 6 August 2010. Retrieved 28 July 2009.
  2. http://uk.gamespot.com/ps2/action/littlebritain/review.html?mode=web&tag=scoresummary;critic-score[dead link]