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Submitted by moosekebabs 592d ago | review

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Vita Review [Capsule Computers]

“It’s a Smash Bros clone!” Yes internet, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, henceforth known as PABR to save my sanity, is a mite like Nintendo’s brand icon brawler. Back in the day I spent a few hundred hours with Melee, and upon booting up PABR the menus and the modes and the collectibles and the flashy opening video are all extremely familiar.

Crucially the fighting is different, the online exists, and there’s been a refreshing lack of cloning going on in Sony’s All-Star recruitment agency. (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, PS Vita) 7.5/10

LinkageAX  +   592d ago
Sounds fun for a clone.
masterabbott  +   592d ago
worth a try if have a vita not many other good games out there.
discordman  +   592d ago
Sounds decent enough, but I think I will wait for the next SSB
JoMO  +   591d ago
Yes! Now you're talking!

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