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Submitted by paybackprahl 1086d ago | preview

PlayStation All-Stars Character Profile: Sweet Tooth

PSU writes: "In preparation for the impending release of Sony and SuperBot Entertainment's crossover brawler PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (of which we are very, very excited), we thought we'd take a look back at the playable fighters we know are coming to the game and bring you up to speed with detailed character profiles that dig a little deeper into what makes each hero (and villain) tick.

Today, we're profiling Sweet Tooth, the psychotic clown-turned-serial killer and face of Twisted Metal. His weighty fighting style and diabolical weaponry will reign down destruction this October." (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, PS Vita, PS3)

Relientk77  +   1086d ago
Can't wait to play this game (or the beta, hint hint SuperBot please send me a beta code) and see how Sweet Tooth plays
r21  +   1086d ago
dude, too obvious. *cough*GIVE ME ONE TOO PLEASE*cough*

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