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Paul Gale Network exclusive: PlayStation 3 is getting their own “Sony Smash Bros.” fighting game (PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale).

October 31, 2011

Update article reminder for November 3rd

Paul Gale Network is proud to reveal one of PlayStation 3’s surprise games, but before I do, there are a couple of things that I won’t be putting in this article: the name of the game, publisher, developer, pictures, video, percent complete, and release date. That being said, the surprise game that I have for you is:

Sony’s equivalent of Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

This is real and this is awesome. The game plays on a 2D plane much like Smash Bros. does, with plenty of Sony branded characters making up the combatants. Just who are some of these playables? This isn’t a full revealing, so I’ll tell you the following: Kratos, Sly Cooper, Nathan Drake (Uncharted), Fat Princess, Parappa, Sweet Tooth, and Rico (Killzone).

The stages are vibrant and varied, just like in Smash Bros., and the style of play is geared towards people that like that series. Expect pretty colorful backgrounds (when appropriate), such as in Misty Island from Jak and Daxter and LittleBigPlanet. In the latter of the two, much like the game it stems from, there are all sorts of cool objects spawning all throughout your match, adding a lot of fan service to the level.

Street Fighter PlayStation 3 Smash Bros. like game on Paul Gale Network
Get it? Street Fighter

 James Bond PlayStation 3 Smash Bros. like game on Paul Gale Network
Got it? James Bond

Tron PlayStation 3 Smash Bros. like game on Paul Gale Network
Good! Tron

As for the hints, the martial arts photo implied that it is a fighting game. The second picture represented a currently considered playable character not in group (James Bond). The third photo was about lights, flash, and big environments. Do note that this game’s final character lineup may change at any time and stages, balancing issues, etc. are still being worked on. I hope you all enjoyed the news. I will be sharing more in time.

And no, the title is not “Sony Smash Bros.” I’m protecting it. The reason for this second post is because some were reporting not being able to get into the article because of the amount of direct traffic to it. This should help.

Initial teaser 

Update 1

Story when first revealed

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