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Submitted by gaffyh 839d ago | review

PCN Review: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

PS3Center writes: "Eighteen years of PlayStation have passed, and it is a surprise that we have never seen a game with all of Sony's mascots duke it out until now. Nintendo has been doing it for years with the Super Smash Bros. series and I would be remiss not to mention the countless times PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has been compared to it since it was announced. Having never played the aforementioned Smash Bros, I came with a clean slate to PlayStation All-Stars, and was greeted with a well-produced tutorial that introduces the new and interesting fighting mechanics. So you don't need to have played Smash Bros. before in order to enjoy this game." (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, PS Vita, PS3) 7.2/10

Killzoner99  +   837d ago
This game deserves nothing less than a 10. Who is this guy? I am getting sick of these nobodys ruining the meta critic score. We should boycott this loser site .

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