Today on our specially Doom-15th-anniversary themed Offworld (see it now before the skin swaps back!) we, most excitingly, got an exclusive first listen to LittleBigMusic, a collection of LittleBigPlanet's original music (outside the relentlessly hip guest artists) by Daniel Pemberton. It's worth mentioning here that Daniel is also the composer behind brit-com Peep Show's original season one theme song (the not- pop-punk Harvey Danger one), and the track he gave us is no less wicked, a big band/ragtime turntablist romp not too far outside the likes of Kid Koala. We also got the second installment of Margaret Robertson's One More Go, in which she explains why the "beautiful, enigmatic, alluring and unmasterable" shooter Ikaruga is "her Mona Lisa," and elsewhere got a deeper look at the design behind excellent freeware PC platformer Knytt Stories. Finally, we read, happily, just what Steven Spielberg knows about games, saw Sony's fair-enough response to its temporary closure of LittleBigPlanet social networking site Sackbook, saw 'Buffalo Bill's game room, Guitar Hero heading to the arcade, and clever Left 4 Dead hacks, and celebrated that Doom anniversary with some recommendations, remembrances, and eBay auctions.