Summary: Now im strictly a Playstation kind of guy. I dont hate Nintendo or Microsoft. But ive had Playstation my entire life besides the GameBoy i bought while Pokemon was still "cool". But, ive played other peoples consoles and Super Smash Bros on GameCube was an awesome game, especially at parties where all four players were actual people duking it out instead of the A.I. Great game. So i heard a similar game would be coming to PS, well its only natural i give it a go...
Summary: When a game copies elements from another major game, comparisons are inevitable. From first glance, Playstation All-Stars looks like a shameless Smash Bros rip off - and it is.... kinda. There is no denying that the 2 games look very similar, and on paper, that's not a bad thing, but in practice it just doesn't hold it's own... again, kinda.
Summary: The concept of the game is very cool, and it does have a lot to offer. Unfortunately, tons and tons of DLC must be purchased to fully enjoy it. You'll end up spending a lot of additional money. The base game without the DLC is pretty good.
Summary: If I could give 3.5 stars I would. This is a good fighting game and brings in alot of PS characters (hence the name) to choose from. I enjoyed the many different online and offline fighting modes. However, the main boss was kinda goofy and I never really bought the story for how they are all "together" in this world. Not sure it needed a story, but one was added...probably should have skipped it.
Summary: When i saw that sonny wanted to make this game, I remembered playing smash brothers on the Nintendo 64 when i was 14 (or was it 13) Great memories come to mind. Now this game its not smash brothers. Dont get me wrong, its fun when you play with freinds, but abit boring if you are alone, the arcade campain are one fight after another, they could habe added time trials, or races, just to mix it up a little.
Summary: I wanted to love this game because i love the idea of a playstation version of Smash Bros. but sadly its no where near as good. The game play itself is good but the fact that you need to build up power to kill an opponent sucks, especially if you miss. Games can go on for to long if your not on a timed fight, and then a timed fight might be to short. Another thing that didn't make this game a 4 or 5 star is that the character list is small.
Summary: I was really excited to play this game, and, the moment I got it, I played it nearly non-stop. However... now that there's been a lot of time, I do not really know if I still enjoy it as much as I did. Each character was a fun challenge to learn, and the short campaign was a fun way to learn the nuances of the game. After all of that is said and done... only two options really remain- LAN play, or online play.
Summary: The gameplay is very similar to Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Except that it just isn't as fun. The method of killing your opponents in this game is garbage, no health bar just waiting for a special attack. The characters are fun if you are familiar with Sony's games. But other than that it's ok, nothing special.