DHGF: Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale does a decent job of being Sony’s answer to Super Smash Bros., and it gives hope that there will be an amazing game in the series down the road, but those who aren’t huge Sony fans will find the game limited enough to make it harder to swallow as a full priced release. There are enough play options to work with and the storylines are… there, and the game is artistically and technically interesting and enjoyable in both the visual and audio department. The game plays in a way that genre fans will find it simple enough to jump into but varied enough to make it interesting, and the game offers enough elements between the online and offline modes to keep Sony and genre fans plugging away at it for a little while. However, the game is notably limited in comparison to its contemporaries, especially as a full-priced release, and the game at this point comes down as a race to earn your Super over anything else a lot of the time. Should you buy the game new or fork over the cash for an Online Pass the online play may keep you interested for a while longer, but anyone not in the position to do so will find the game a harder pill to swallow, as there’s simply not enough to it.