You know, that rooster sound when collecting the final prize bubble in a level? When I hear that in LBP2, I stop looking for them. Without that sound effect, I'm basically looking for something that's not there.
PS: Apparently, a word used to refer to roosters is banned.
My favorite racing game: http://tinyurl.com/d486ykh
Banned words can also be formed between two separate words that are on separate lines. For instance, if I typed:
LoL what a doof
then the next line was:
Again, this censorship is stupid.
The F in Doof and the Ag in Again would still count as a banned word, despite being on separate lines, unless there's a space between them. So... yeah... You can't type T ag
but you can type T ag. (T replacing the F because it's a banned word.)
Now to actually be on topic: I loved that rooster sound. Is it really gone? D: Not that it's a huge deal I guess, but it made that moment you collect everything feel special.
Um... yes and no. It's still in the game, but only when you're at the scoreboard and it tells you that you 100%'d it. Once you collect the last and final bubble in any track, the rooster will not crow. They... removed that sound. Another thing UFG did that irks me...
I thought if you paused and pressed square you can see the percentage of prize bubbles. I don't mind completeing the race on a replay to collect everything.
For the platforming LBP games the rooster call (damn you GFAQs!) makes sense since the levels are very large and the items well hidden, so you know when you have everything. For Karting..it's not as hard to find the objects (in my opinion) thus the sound is not really needed, although it will be missed.