Excerpt: Sony likes to brag they are edgier than the competition. They are more macabre, and morbid than their competition. They are more worldly, Satanic, and demonic than the rest. That attitude shines through on a game like Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale.
Summary: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has some big shoes to fill. While the arena battle genre isn't exactly bursting at the seams these days, the inevitable cloud of Super Smash Bros. looms over Sony in more ways than they care to admit.
Conclusion: There is a lot on offer from PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale, with many great memories of classic PlayStation gaming characters to sink your teeth into, while making many great moments of its own through its unique take on level design and how they can combine different gaming worlds into each...
Excerpt: When I saw the ads for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, my reaction was “We’ve been here before, I recognize that tree.” Actually, to be honest, it was a tad more skeptical, something like “Oh, so Sony finally made a Super Smash Brothers.
Conclusion: Overall, I have to confess that I wasn’t expecting a huge amount from Playstation All-Stars, but it surprised me. The Supers system provides a good twist on the Super Smash Brothers formula, it’s obviously been lovingly put together and it’s simply a great deal of fun.
Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale Review – Finally Figuring Out Who’s Best
New Gamer Nation
9 January 2013
Conclusion: Playstation All-stars Battle Royale isn’t exactly a bad game. It’s judged harshly since it’s held up to the high standards of Super Smash. However, it doesn’t feel like another Super Smash game and that’s good. With good graphics and stage design, the presentation is stunning.
Summary: One of the hardest aspects of life, regardless of your age, is admitting that you are wrong. It takes a strong person to step up and admit when they have done or said something that they later discover to be incorrect. As I begin to write this review, I find myself faced with that very dilemma.
Excerpt: During most of 2012 it was impossible to turn on a radio or TV in any town without hearing Carly Rae Jespen's viral hit known as “ Call Me Maybe ” (admit it, you're humming the first few bars right now).
Conclusion: PSASBR remains a good game on the Vita, but the weaknesses are magnified with a portable system that is more reliant on the fairness of strangers (or a lot of friends with Vitas) to get the most out of the game.