|Platform PS3, PS Vita||Publisher Sony Computer Entertainment||Developer SuperBot Entertainment||Release Date 11/20/2012|
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PSASBR! Polynauts assemble!
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How to make All-Stars the brilliant game it can be.
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Kat and Emmett gameplay!
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Who's your favorite character?
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Tiers, Frame Counting, etc.
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By Colin Campbell on Nov 04, 2013 11.04.13
Sony has announced a sale on various fighting and combat games for PlayStation Vita. According to the company, the sale is being held "to prepare for the imminent arrival" of Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition, which is due to launch on Vita next week. Discounts of up to 60 percent are being offered with extra savings for PlayStation Plus members. A full price-list is available at PlayStation Blog. The offer is split across two weeks with Dead or Alive 5 Plus, Guacamelee, Mortal Kombat, Real Boxing and Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny discounted this week. Atomic Ninjas, Divekick, KickBeat, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 and Reality Fighters will be on offer in the week beginning Dec. 12.
By Samit Sarkar on Aug 19, 2013 08.19.13
Best Buy is holding a PlayStation sale this week, with deals on the PlayStation Vita as well as the Greatest Hits versions of a variety of PlayStation 3 games. The PS Vita is available for $199.99. That applies to the standard Wi-Fi model, which regularly costs $249, but there's an even better deal: The launch bundle with the 3G model, which usually costs $299, is also on sale for $199.99. That bundle comes with a 3G-enabled PS Vita, an 8 GB memory card and a promo code good for 250 MB of data on the 3G network that AT&T provides for the handheld. (It also includes a code for a free PlayStation Network game, but the voucher appears to have expired in May 2012.) Best Buy is also offering a bunch of PS3 Greatest Hits titles for $14.99 each. The discounted games include Gran Turismo 5:...
By Megan Farokhmanesh on Aug 04, 2013 08.04.13
Crossover fighting game PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will no longer receive new character or environment downloadable content, according to a post from Sony Santa Monica on the game's forums. According to the post, the game's current state represents "the full content" planned for the game. The post also touches on content released post-release, which didn't make it into Battle Royale's launch for a variety of reasons. "In the course of any game's development, there are always elements that never quite get finished or the team decides not to use in the final game," the post reads. "Some of these additional materials from the game's development phase have been recently released, but unfortunately these are very far from finished assets and were not included in the final game for...
By Emily Gera on Jul 22, 2013 07.22.13
Images of an alleged PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale level that features what appears to be a cross-over between Journey and Gravity Rush were uploaded onto the website of designer Ky Bui over the weekend before quickly being taken down. Bui, who claims to have worked on Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, released two images showing as-of-yet unseen stages. Despite its surfacing, Sony Santa Monica issued a statement confirming the studio has no further plans to release new DLC for All Stars. "Thank you for your continued support of PlayStation All-Stars and for keeping the community thriving. At this time we have no plans to release new content for PlayStation All-Stars," wrote a Sony representative in a prepared statement. "While we...
By Samit Sarkar on Apr 29, 2013 04.29.13
The latest set of discounts in the PlayStation Store's Spring Fever sale includes price cuts on PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale and games featuring its playable fighters, publisher Sony Computer Entertainment announced today. The PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Heritage Sale, which goes live April 30, boasts discounts of up to 51 percent for PlayStation Plus members. Battle Royale itself is 30 percent off on both PlayStation 3 ($27.99 instead of $39.99) and PlayStation Vita ($24.99 instead of $35.99) for all PSN users, while PS Plus members receive 51 percent off ($19.59 on PS3, 17.49 on PS Vita). Franchises with games on sale include Metal Gear Solid, BioShock, Sly Cooper and Ratchet & Clank. Sony isn't offering an additional PS Plus discount for all the games on sale, but...
By Dave Tach on Apr 15, 2013 04.15.13
SuperBot Entertainment, developer of the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale fighting game, is working on a new project, SuperBot's director of operations David Yang told Edge Online. "We have substantially shrunk down our operations but are still going strong while we work on a new IP," Yang said. Founded in 2009, SuperBot developed exclusively for Sony during its first years and released PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale in late 2012 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. In late January 2013, a representative for Sony Computer Entertainment America confirmed layoffs at SuperBot to Polygon. By early February, Sony confirmed to Polygon that the "working relationship" between the two companies had ended. In a statement released when the layoffs were announced, Yang wrote that...
By Dave Tach on Mar 11, 2013 03.11.13
GameStop pre-orders for God of War: Ascension include a voucher for DLC containing two characters from PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, according to the product's listing on GameStop's website. The PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale DLC includes Zeus from the God of War series and Isaac Clarke, the engineer protagonist from Visceral Games' Dead Space series. The DLC will be available March 19. The GameStop pre-order also includes the Champions Pack, which contains Spartan warrior King Leonidas' multiplayer armor and weapon, as well as a 48 hour boost for XP in multiplayer. Pre-orderers will also get a double-sided poster and the Mythological Heroes Multiplayer Pack, which contains multiplayer armor sets based on Achilles, Perseus, Orion and Odysseus. SCE Santa Monica Studio's...
By Emily Gera on Feb 27, 2013 02.27.13
New DLC coming to PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will introduce playable Dead Space character Isaac, God of War's Zeus, as well as a cross-over with a design based on elements from MediEvil and The Unfinished Swan, IGN reports. This follows a teased announcement on Twitter from SCEA lead game designer Seth Killian, stating "exciting news" was scheduled to hit shortly. Earlier in the month Sony revealed its working agreement with PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment had been terminated. All future DLC for the game will be dealt with internally at Sony's Santa Monica studio, Polygon was told.
By Jenna Pitcher on Feb 27, 2013 02.27.13
Sony announced the winners for the PSN Gamers' Choice Awards 2013 today, where thatgamecompany's Journey won two of its three nominations, including Best PSN Exclusive Game and Best Indie Game. All winning titles are discounted up to 50 percent off in the PlayStation Store and up to 60 percent off for PlayStation Plus members until March 4. The full list of winners and respective markdowns are listed in full below. In addition to the sale, Sony are running a promotion until April 1 where consumers are rewarded with a $10 credit for every $50 spent in the PlayStation Store or the PlayStation Web Sore. Winners were decided when Sony invited PSN users to vote on their favorite PSN games for 2012 from a preselected list. Voting took place on the PlayStation Store and the Sony Network...
By Alexa Ray Corriea on Feb 04, 2013 02.04.13
Sony's "working agreement" with PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment has been terminated, with all future DLC for the title to be handled internally at Sony's Santa Monica studio, a representative for Sony confirmed with Polygon today. "Sony Computer Entertainment can confirm that the working agreement with developer SuperBot Entertainment has amicably ended," the representative said. "We have had a positive working relationship with this talented studio, and wish them the best of success in their next endeavor. PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale and the title's forthcoming DLC releases will continue to be fully supported by Santa Monica Studio." SuperBot president David Yang confirmed with Kotaku that rumors of the studio shuttering were false, and...