Last we heard, SuperBot Entertainment had amicably split with Sony after developing PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, but the future of the studio was left uncertain. Well, until today that is, as Edge is reporting that SuperBot is...Show More Summary
But Superbot confirms it has "substantially shrunk" the company. PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale creator Superbot Entertainment has denied rumours that the California studio is in the process of closing down, as had been suggested...Show More Summary
Sony has ended its relationship with SuperBot Entertainment, the developer it created to make PlaySation All-Stars Battle Royale. SuperBot had worked with Sony Santa Monica Studio on the PlayStation-exclusive Super Smash Bros.-style brawler. Show More Summary
Sony has confirmed to IGN that it has severed its ties with SuperBot Entertainment, the fledgling Southern California studio put together specifically to create PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
PS All-Stars support now in the hands of Sony Santa Monica. Sony and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment have parted ways.Click here to read the full article Related Stories Guardians of Middle EarthShow More Summary
Sony and Superbot Entertainment, the developer behind PS3 and Vita brawler PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, are no longer an item. Sony confirms in a statement to Kotaku that its business relationship with Superbot is over:"Sony Computer Entertainment can confirm that the working agreement with developer Superbot Entertainment has amicably ended. Show More Summary
Sony has officially cut its ties with SuperBot Entertainment, the studio Sony funded in order to create its mascot brawler, PlayStation All-Stars.
Sony has officially ended its agreement with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment, putting the future of both the studio and game in question. This comes just a week after the developer was hit with layoffs. Show More Summary
Sony has cut ties with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale creator SuperBot Entertainment, just days after the development studio laid off a number of its staff. More »
SuperBot Entertainment, the developer behind PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, suffered an unspecified number of layoffs late last week. A statement from Sony confirmed the layoffs and restated its intent to support the game with post-launch content. Show More Summary
SuperBot Entertainment, the newly-formed developer behind Sony's recent four-player arena brawler, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was recently hit by a round of layoffs, though Sony holds that the team will continue to support their mascot fighter's post-launch plans.
Superbot Entertainment, the Sony-owned developer responsible for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, has suffered layoffs today, IGN reports."SCEA can confirm that SuperBot Entertainment did make a reduction in their workforce today," a Sony representative told IGN. Show More Summary
SuperBot Entertainment announced in late 2012 that Kat (Gravity Rush) and Emmett Graves (Starhawk) would be joining the roster for Sony?s four-player mascot brawler, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, in early 2012. We now know exactly when these two new combatants will be stepping into the arena (Feb. Show More Summary
Hello everyone! I can’t believe the end of the year is here already. Needless to say, this was quite a momentous year for us at SuperBot with shipping our first title, Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale, and announcing our game’s first...Show More Summary
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment is recruiting for what seems to be another game in the franchise. A job listing at the Sony studio hints that whatever it's working on, it involves mashing up various PlayStation franchises once again. Show More Summary
A couple of new job listings posted by Sony and SuperBot Entertainment indicate work on a sequel may be underway.
New job listing focuses on Battle Royale. SuperBot Entertainment has posted a new job listing for what appears to be a new PlayStation All-Stars game.Click here to read the full article Related Stories Star Wars: The Old Republic Update...Show More Summary
If there are three things PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is missing out on, it's clearly space cowboys and a character/level that defies the laws of physics. Thankfully, the team over at SuperBot Entertainment have us covered, recently...Show More Summary
SuperBot Entertainment showed off a new pair of fighters in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale at the Sony Santa Monica studio recently: Kat from Gravity Rush and Emmett Graves from Starhawk will be the first two DLC characters to join the fracas. Show More Summary
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has only been out a couple of weeks and already the team at SuperBot Entertainment are ready to roll out the game's first set of tweaks. Next week, players of Sony's mascot-infused four-player brawler can expect a few behind the scenes tweaks, a brand new item, and a nerf for the most abused character on the roster: Sackboy.