There's sack bots that you can put costumes on, so they look like the other players in the game, there's the controlinator, so you can build your own devices and even your own game modes. You can also change your level to cinematic or versus. In versus, each player is independent of the game leader's screen, so you can do whatever you want when playing the level, and not have to worry about dying from running out of camera space. Cinematic allows you to make movies using sack bots, and lets you put on a show for anyone who visits your level. Sack bots can be set to play actions that you record with them. In one of my levels, I made a sack bot version of my sack person to demonstrate how to swing across spongy ceilings without using the grappling hook. The story mode levels are also much cooler, because you have cinematics telling you the story, as well as actual animated characters, and not the lame built ones you find in the first Little Big Planet.