PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale for PS Vita
PS Vita

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

Nov 20, 2012
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Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Bluepoint Games
Content Rating: Teen


PlayStation® All-Stars Battle Royale™ is free-for-all brawler showcasing the best and brightest of PlayStation's characters and worlds. From Kratos to Sly Cooper, Sweet Tooth to Parappa the Rapper, Sony characters from all over the gaming spectrum are brought together in a fighting adventure that's both easy to play, and hard to master. Take the battle online for competitive multiplayer action, or go head to head with a group of friends on the couch and prove once and for all who's really the best!

Critic Reviews

13 Reviews
Anthony SeverinoNov 20, 2012
As good as the PS3 version is, it’s not as impressive as the Vita version, simply due to the fact that the PS All-Stars on the Vita so closely matches the experience of a home console—something I’ve never yet seen. It’s a technical marvel, and provides much hope for the PlayStation Vita which is an all-around excellent system, it’s just stumbled out of the gate and hasn’t yet had the software to help move units. PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale still isn’t that system seller that the Vita needs, but for those of you already owning a Vita, you’d have a difficult time finding a better game for it.
Bill HessNov 20, 2012
For those that own a PS Vita and PS3, All-Stars is a no-brainer. You get two games for the price of one, and it could be the best game on the handheld all year. Standing alone on the PlayStation 3, All-Stars is more of a mediocre experience. It doesn’t have the charms that Smash Bros does, nor does it have the deeper single player modes, but its a decent first effort nonetheless.
Jeff GerstmannNov 27, 2012
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is an interesting first attempt at bringing Sony's characters, stages, and items together in the traditional Smash Bros. style, but it fails to carve out enough style of its own along the way. It ends up being an interesting, if occasionally awkward "party" style fighting game that works a little better than you might think. But it also feels like a proof-of-concept that misses too many classic PlayStation figures and moments to truly earn the title "All-Star."

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