Submitted by Katz 528d ago | interview

PlayStation All-Stars Interview by The Black Panel

The Black Panel writes: As far as the mascot based bash-em-up genre is concerned, there is really only one game worth mentioning. Super Smash Bros. brought together a host of Nintendo’s most recognisable characters and pitted them against each other in an all-in brawl. Well, Sony clearly hopes to emulate this feat with PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale. Not content with just copying the formula, developer SuperBot Entertainment is looking change it up and bring something new to the table. I spoke with Omar Kendall, director of the game to find out how different it really is. (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, PS Vita, PS3, Sony, SuperBot Entertainment)

SOULJER  +   527d ago
I like the conclusion the author came to at the end of this article. It's predominantly the same most of my friends came to after playing the beta.

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