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Post by Eorl @ 11:40am 09/11/12 | 1 Comments
Sony has released a new trailer depicting the fight between each playable character in their upcoming PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita exclusive brawler. Paying homage to some of Sony's more influential characters including Drake from Uncharted, Kratos from God of War and even Parappa the rapping dog, the brawler pits 20 playable characters against each other to fight it out and determine the winner.
Spanning the entire PlayStation catalogue, players will control the likes of iconic characters such as Kratos, Sweet Tooth, Parappa, Fat Princess, Colonel Radec, and Sly Cooper among others. Additionally, players will have access to top third party gaming heroes to use in battle. With a host of playable characters, special attacks, themed stages, and mash up music, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale pits players in a deep fighting game that draws inspiration through the colourful PlayStation universe.
Check it out below or swing by our game page for a look at each playable character available.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will be available on November 20th for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, and will feature cross-play between the two systems.






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glynd
Posted 01:49pm 09/11/12
After playing the beta on vita, i'm gonna pass on this one. it really feels like a lesser smash bros. I hate the idea that you can only kill via specials. It makes regular attacks feel really worthless and you're just mashing buttons to get your special bar up.
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