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Submitted by IGW_Fobia 822d ago | review

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (Vita) | PS Addiction

Filling a void that PlayStation fans didn’t even knew they had, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale pits a bunch of the brand’s more famous characters head-to-head in this new brawler. Taking characters from some of Sony’s biggest franchises and a few from multiplatform games, PS All-Stars Battle Royale brings the likes of Kratos, Sweet Tooth, Dante, Raiden and many more together, to see who truly is the best fighter. Though there are many comparisons between PS All-Stars and Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros., don’t believe them. PS All-Stars is its own form of fighting game, and quite frankly a lot deeper on in that. The game is not perfect, but makes up for it in fun and fan-service. (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, PS Vita) 86/100

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