Submitted by ian86 1007d ago | review

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale [Review] | ShogunGamer.com

Ian Fisher writes: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale may fall short from being a complete celebration of the PlayStation brand due to some ho-hum design and presentation choices, but as a brawler the game excels at being fun. Thanks to a nice amount of depth in how moves can be pulled off, PS All-Stars goes beyond being a button smasher as some thought needs to be put into battles, especially those that take place online or in a local competitive romp. If you’ve been a longtime fan of the PlayStation brand then PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will likely put a huge smile on your face once you pick the controller up and suddenly see Sackboy deliver a suplex to Nathan Drake. (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, PS Vita, PS3) 8/10

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