Sony revealed next month's PlayStation Plus lineup, announcing that subscribers will get free access to PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Sportsfriends, Velocity 2X, and other featured games throughout the month of September. Starting September...
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PaRappa the Rapper now stands a greater chance of winning a fistfight with Kratos, as Sony has released a major update for its franchise crossover fighter PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale targeting character balance. The patch institutes more...
Just like that, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has jumped back onto our radar, hitting brawler fans with a brand new, massive patch that tweaks the ever-loving hell out of the game?s combat system one final time. Click To Continue Reading
Fitting that on the day of the Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct, Sony attempts to remind everyone that the terribly named PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a game that exists. And it's not that it's a bad game, however amusing its me-tooism looks. Show More Summary
It hasn't been all punches and sunshine for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale since it released back in late 2012. But in spite of layoffs, a divorce from its original developer, and the numerous shakeups at SCEA Santa Monica, Sony's mascot-based fighter is still standing and ready to go another round with a brand new balance patch for both the PS3 and Vita versions.
Thought the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was over? Sony Santa Monica has released a huge update for the brawler that makes sweeping balance changes to the entire roster of characters. In a blog post Santa Monica Studio called it "the ultimate balance update". Show More Summary
Just like that, the rumor has been squashed. Our good friend Ishaan Sahdev over at Siliconera spoke to Reuben Langdon via email. Turns our Mr. Langdon was actually getting Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale confused with Smash Bros.. Show More Summary
Seth Killian, one of the lead designers for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, has departed Sony Santa Monica, according to a source at the studio.
Indie developer Dead Alien Cult introduced its first game on Steam's Greenlight service this week, Viking Ghost. The developer comprises four people, two of which are former PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale developers: Andrew Marquis and John...
Here’s what’s going on Talk Among Yourselves, our reader-written blog: Carter Brownlee wants everybody to reconsider their opinions on PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. You’ve heard of nightmare fuel, where the culture you consume feeds horrible sleep imaginings? Well, Pink_Zapper_Helmet looks at games that do the opposite in Sweet Dream Theory. Show More Summary
PlayStation All-Stars Island is quite the head-scratcher. Exclusive to iOS and Android, the free-to-play app has nothing to do with last year's PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale. Commissioned by SCE Europe and developed by Zoink Games (of WiiWaa fame), the app is a joint promotion with Coke Zero. Show More Summary
The team behind Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, God of War Collection, ICO & Shadow of the Colossus Collection, and the PlayStation Vita port of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale says it is "currently bringing a Sony classic to current game systems." That's our cue to freak out and list every possible game we'd like to see receive such a treatment. Show More Summary
Sony has confirmed no new characters or stages will be released for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. The characters and environments that have already been released so far represent the full content for the game, a Sony Santa Monica representative wrote on the PlayStation forum. Show More Summary
The other day we reported that the Sony PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale game would no longer receive any more DLCs in the future, and a recent post in the PlayStation forums has pretty much confirmed that. According to the forum post, it basically states that, “There will not be any new DLC characters or environments released for PS All Stars. Show More Summary
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale fans, I am here to crush your dreams. There is no hope of additional DLC. There will be no more stages. Sony's Santa Monica Studio, the studio in charge of the game (for as long as it continues), flat-out shut the door. But free costumes! Read more...
Some pictures of a seemingly cut Journey cross Gravity Rush stage of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale hit the web courtesy of designer Ky Bui's website. They were quickly taken down, but the internet is all-seeing, without end, so you can still look at them. Show More Summary
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale at one point had plans for a Gravity Rush/Journey crossover stage, according to images leaked by one of the game's artists. Whether it was meant to be DLC is kind of a moot point, as the only post-release support the game is now getting is online match-making. Read more...
Bad news gamers! If you love Sony’s brawler game, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, you will be disappointed to learn that the game will no longer be receiving anymore DLCs in the future! Of course this does not mean that the [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Collectible figures purveyor Gaming Heads announced a deal with Sony Computer Entertainment to produce a line of statues themed around their crossover fighting game, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Who's up first? That would be Jak and Daxter. Read more...