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Submitted by GodisaGeek 1013d ago | review

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is bit of an enigma. On one hand, the argument could be made that this sort of game would usually be a downloadable title, but on the other hand, the line between digital and retail has all but vanished, and no game should be defined by its distribution method.

When all is said and done, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is pretty entertaining whenever picked up, it just might not retain the player for hours at a time. The options to play are plentiful and Sony should be applauded for the way they are producing cross-platform titles, that don’t cost the earth to enjoy. It’ll never get old seeing Sackboy beating up the God of War, either, which proves that Sony do have the characters to charm even the most cynical fanboy. The groundwork has been set here, and a follow up could be very interesting indeed." (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, PS Vita, PS3) 7/10

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