A few days ago the PlayStation Network Store came back online after being down for nearly a month. Someone hacked it. And who would have thought half a dozen years ago that a store getting hacked would have garnered such an international mix of emotional outcries? Not this guy. The upshot for those of us who didn’t really care too much — other than not being able to buy more games on a whim — was that our indifferent patience was rewarded with a small collection of freebies from Sony. And after cashing in on those freebies over the weekend, I’ve finally had a chance the last couple of evenings to pull out the ol’ Dualshock3 controllers and have a play at my free copy of LittleBigPlanet. It was one of those games I kept meaning to buy, y’know. I mean I saw it, demo’d it, and even had a copy in my hands once or twice. But I just kept thinking, hey, this game is so freaking popular that eventually it’s just going to get cheaper and cheaper and they’ll be giving it away. Who would have thought? Well, apparently: this guy.