One little big problem for 'Little Big Planet'

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Sony’s release of the highly anticipated video game Little Big Planet has been put on hold after a Muslim gamer discovered quotes from the Qur’an in one of the background music tracks. Apparently, mixing Qur’an scripture with pop music is highly offensive in Muslim culture. It’s also possible that the particular phrases used, "Every soul shall have the taste of death" and "All that is on earth will perish," are inappropriate for the fun-loving world of Sackboy.

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