Little Britain: The Video Game

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PS2 Cover Art
Developer(s) Revolution Studios
Publisher(s) Blast! Entertainment Ltd
Mastertronic (PSP)
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Portable
Release PS2 & PC
  • EU: 2 February 2007
  • EU: 21 September 2007
  • AU: 4 October 2007
Mode(s) Single-player

Little Britain: The Video Game is a collection of mini-games presented in the format of an episode from the TV show and players can get interactive with the sketch show characters in a series of eight mini-games featuring Lou and Andy, Vicky Pollard, Mr. Mann, Emily and Florence, Marjorie Dawes, Daffyd Thomas, Judy & Maggie and Letty. Each mini game plays like a sketch from the TV show and to win the game, the player must progress through all the sketches to the end of the show, where the credits will roll.[1]


Little Britain: The Video Game is available for PC, PS2 and PSP. The PC version has a variation on the title and is called Little Britain: The Computer Game. This is the only difference between platforms. The PSP version is entirely different from the PC & PS2 versions of the game, as it allows wireless multiplayer with the PSP's WLAN function and the ability to stream demos of the game to other users. It also features a bonus mini game featuring Anne & a new game for Emily.


The game was universally panned, holding a 1.6/10 on GameSpot UK based on seven reviews.[2] With a score of 16% on GameRankings, it is the second lowest rated game on the site, surpassed only by Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing.