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Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale
Playstation All-Stars Cover
North American cover
Developer(s) SuperBot Entertainment

Sony Santa Monica Studio

Publisher(s) Sony Computer Entertainment
First Release November 20, 2012
Genre(s) Platform Fighting
Ratings Teen
Platform(s) PlayStation 3

PlayStation Vita

Media Ble-Ray Disc, Vita Card, download

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a crossover platform fighting game exclusively for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. It was developed by SuperBot Entertainment along with SCE Santa Monica Studios and was published by Sony Computer Entertainment.

GameplayEdit

In PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, up to four players fight on screen using characters from various PlayStation franchises. Every character in the game has their own combat style and a super move or three that can be unleashed when a meter reaches its full potential from landing attacks to build AP (All-Star Power), which is used to score K.O.s. The fightning style plays similar to Nintendo's popular fightning series, Super Smash Bros. (this type of fighting game is known as a Mascot Fighter in certain circles). Blocking and rolling, as well as usage of items are also included. However, the system of building up meter to use a special move to score points is unique to the game.

Around 24 different moves can be done with each character, with Square button moves usually being basic attacks, Triangle button moves being strong or unique attacks, and Circle button moves being moves with more unique properties compared to the former two. All characters have four of each button move, with 4 on ground each and 4 in midair each as well (though despite some moves being aerial versions of a grounded

PSAS 1

Invasion Gameplay

move, some moves may actually a different attack in midair; one move may be different followups, and so forth). Also, the right thumbstick can be used to throw opponents (which cannot be blocked), but unlike attacking, and like attacking with an item, it forces AP to be dropped by an opponent hit by the throw (though AP gain doesn't happen on a connecting throw for the user).

Stages in the game are inspired by two different franchises for each stage. The stages will interact with the player by changing the landscape or posing a threat.

CharactersEdit

On DiscEdit

  • Kratos
    PSAS 2

    PSAS Cast, no DLC

  • Sweet Tooth
  • Colonel Radec
  • Sly Cooper
  • PaRappa the Rapper
  • Fat Princess
  • Nathan Drake
  • Big Daddy
  • Toro
  • Heihachi
  • Jak & Daxter
  • Cole MacGrath
  • Spike
  • Ratchet and Clank
  • Sackboy
  • Dante
  • Evil Cole
  • Nariko
  • Sir Daniel Fortesque
  • Raiden

DLC Edit

  • Kat
  • Emmett Graves
  • Zeus
  • Isaac Clarke

StagesEdit

  • Alden's Tower
  • Black Rock Stadium
  • Collumbia
  • Dojo!
  • Dreamscape
  • Franzea
  • Hades
  • Invasion
  • Metropolis
  • Paris
  • San Fransisco
  • Sandover Village
  • Stowaways
  • Time Station

DLC

  • Fearless
  • Graveyeard

GalleryEdit

PSAS 4

Vita cover

PSAS 3

Character Select

  

PSAS 5

Sandover Village Gameplay

PSAS 6

Sir Dan Level 3 Super