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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS Vita) Review by the PS Vita Review Network

The PS Vita Review Network has gotten a new review out, for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.

"All in all, PlayStation All-Stars is one of the easiest fighters on the Vita to pick-up-and-play. The load times are disheartening, but with 24 characters, an active online community, and an easy-to-learn fighting system, this is a fighting game that can even get non-fighting fans hooked on using their favorite characters."

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jakmckratos939d ago

Didn't this game come out 14 months ago??

sloth3395939d ago

they are late to review it I guess

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CalebZachary8411939d ago

They are a new review website.

XisThatKid939d ago

I think this a underdeveloped game but fun and I play it regularly still after its Nov 2012 release I wish more people gave it a chance. It was a rough game and with a sequell it coulda been great. I think I'm about to get in a few rounds now

kayoss939d ago

the only downfall about this game is that you have to use a special move to kill your opponent. Each character should have a life bar that depletes as they take damage.

Killzoner99939d ago

Downfall? LMAO , no that's what makes this a strategic game unlike that other button mashing , mascot brawler. If you actually were apart of the PASBR community you would understand this game is for true fighter fans. For some reason the gaming media bashed this game from the beginning and never gave it a chance.Oh well , I still play it daily.

kayoss939d ago (Edited 939d ago )

Really? When using the super move its an instant kill. With life bar it makes the game more strategic. Couple that with the special move and we have a perfect brawler. I would be kicking my opponent butts throughout the game to get my super up, but all of sudden he pulls a special off and kills me instantly.
I dont care how skilled you are at this game, but once you face a noob who just knows how to use the special moves, theres no where to hide. I do agree with you that this is not a button smasher, thats why i prefer this over SSB.
Dont mis-understand me i love this game and still plays it once in a while. but the Super moves kills it for me (literally).

DarkHeroZX939d ago

@kayoss

Good luck trying to just get your meteor up and just kill your opponent. Not that simple, all specials can be avoided with high skill lvl. Ive had matches that went on for more than an hour because of combos and timing.

r21939d ago

Personally, having no life bar makes the game a bit more, how you say, stressful and heart pumping to play. Timing your defense when the other opponents attacks you, timing when you avoid their supers, when to use your supers, what supers you should use, what attacks are useful, all that jazz.

XisThatKid939d ago (Edited 939d ago )

I dunno about what your saying but have you extensively played this game? Because The way it was made is pretty interesting to say the least. The traditional way or the smash way coulda been obvious choices but why when you can at least TRY originate or find your own niche in an already diluted market?

I see what you mean though I hear this alot but I find it more often that most just don't understand it from lack of experience with the title.

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@r21 THANK YOU!!!

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