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PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale announced

Rumours have been circulating about a Sony crossover brawler since November, and it looks like they were founded. Sony has announced PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale for PS3.

As you can see from the video, it basically looks like Sony's answer to Smash Bros., starring various first and second party Sony characters. So far six characters have been announced, including Kratos from God of War, Sweet Tooth from Twisted Metal, Colonel Radec from Killzone 2, and PaRappa the Rapper, Sly Cooper, and Fat Princess from their self-titled games.

Stages are also inspired by Sony games, but rather than set them directly in specific games, they feature their own mini crossovers. A God of War stage features Hades bashing the ground and creating waves for players to avoid, but eventually some Patapon show up, and Hades turns his attention to them.

Expect more details at E3. PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale is expected to hit the PS3 later this year.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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