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Submitted by jbl316 967d ago | review

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Review - JPS

Sony’s PlayStation brand has been going on for 18 years now since the first PlayStation console came out in late 1994. Over that time, the term “PlayStation” has become a household name and Sony’s consoles are now in millions of homes worldwide. As a way to thank its loyal fans, it now presents to us a fighting game starring some of Sony’s most iconic video game stars.

Nintendo did it first with the Super Smash Bros video game. Can PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale duplicate its success or is it even better? (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, PS Vita, PS3) 8/10

garos82  +   966d ago
great review although you can technically have a 3rd female character with sackboys 3rd costume (sackgirl)
admiralvic  +   966d ago
If you want to be exact, shes a DLC costume (preorder) and thus doesn't really count. (same reason you don't count Kat as a third female.)
garos82  +   966d ago
Fair enough.reason I don't count kat is cause she ain't out yet

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