Playstation All-Stars: Battle Royale is Blatant Rip-Off

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Sony have finally unveiled their thinly veiled Smash Bros. clone, Playstation All-Stars: Battle Royale. Many suspected this was simply a rumour but Sony have went right on ahead and confirmed that they do in fact plan on releasing a blatant copy of Nintendo’s mash up fighter, because that’s how they do things now… I guess?

The game appears to be a Smash Bros. clone with Playstation characters in place of Nintendo characters. As you would expect Sony are hyping the game up to be something big and as such an in depth trailer detailing this ‘new’ and ‘revolutionary’ fighting game has been revealed. You can check it out below.

It is currently unknown whether the game will be compatible with the Move controller, which would of course bring this clone full circle. Wii will of course find out more on this title come E3 2012 when Sony reveal more of the game’s playable characters and gives some more wiitails on this blatant wiip off. In other news, Sony have revealed that the Playstation 4 will use an iPad as a controller.

Check out the trailer for Playstation All-Stars: Battle Royale below. Sound off in the comments section with your thoughts on this ‘new’ game.

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  • Jehuty64

    They didn’t even acknowledge Smash Bros in that video!

  • Thecarlozzzzzzzzzz

    whos the chick in the poster

  • matthew blake

    When I heard about this PlayStation Smash Bros I laughed my monster
    fudging ass of and I suggest you do the same, but now you say of this PS4 with
    its PlayStation Wii U pad; well now I’m going to die of laughter! So people
    know the new Super Smash Bros is working with the gaming legend of Masaya
    Kobayashi! This is what he said:

    “In order to make Mr. Sakurai proud (He is the main man of
    Super Smash Bros), we will take on this project with NAMCO BANDAI’s best staff!
    Yoshito Higuchi, the producer and the director of the “Tales” series, Tetsuya
    Akatsuka, producer and director of “Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs.,” the art
    director/sound director of the “SoulCalibur” series, the main development team
    staff from the “TEKKEN” series…and that’s just for starters.”

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