He may not be the most popular video game mascot, but his fans love Sly Cooper with the force of a thousand lesser fans, more than enough to warrant a $210 12-inch statue with a gleaming bronze finish.
...It'd probably look like this fan art, drawn by talented Kotaku reader Max and his brother Leonardo. Lots of old PlayStation characters to spot in there.
Dry those tears, PlayStation All-Stars fans. Your beloved game isn't quite dead yet. It managed to makes its way to PlayStation All-Stars Island, where Sony and Coke Zero are... oh god, what are they doing to it? Look away, baby. Just look away.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale fans, I am here to crush your dreams. There is no hope of additional DLC. There will be no more stages. Sony's Santa Monica Studio, the studio in charge of the game (for as long as it continues), flat-out shut the door. But free costumes!
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale at one point had plans for a Gravity Rush/Journey crossover stage, according to images leaked by one of the game's artists. Whether it was meant to be DLC is kind of a moot point, as the only post-release support the game is now getting is online match-making.
Sony has cut ties with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale creator SuperBot Entertainment, just days after the development studio laid off a number of its staff.
Starhawk's Emmett Graves joins PlayStation All-Stars on Feb. 12. The download is free. Kat of Gravity Rush is included.
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With two days to go in the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale beta the game's developer, SuperBot Entertainment, has released this video covering the basics of the game. It's an attempt to answer a lot of the questions the studio has been fielding since the beta opened Oct. 16, but it also functions as a video…
Here's a new PS3 commercial - and spiritual successor to last year's "Michael" - for the upcoming PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. It's certainly something.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will get a public beta this fall, following a private beta that, over the weekend, was said to reveal eight more characters from the game's roster and what appeared to be all of its stages.
Someone seems to have pried apart the data files for the private, early access PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale beta and discovered what appear to be the stage select icons for every stage in the game, plus eight characters unannounced so far. If this is true, locales like Columbia from BioShock and Black Rock…
At Comic-Con today, another two (three?) playable characters were revealed for the roster of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale—Cole McGrath, from inFamous, and Jak and Daxter from, well, Jak and Daxter.
Billed as a big reveal tonight during the Evolution Championship Series, the next two fighters on the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale roster sound a little familiar. That's because Heihachi Mishima and Toro Inoue were both in the lineup for Street Fighter X Tekken.
This is Big Daddy, recently outed as a character in PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale, and how he'll perform inside the free-for-all. GameTrailers TV had the first clip of gameplay featuring Big Daddy, shortly after the end of Sony's E3 keynote.
Some might say that Sony's upcoming brawl game, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, is something of a Super Smash Bros. clone. Maybe Sony agrees.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5BLgycbUogSony's ensemble fighting title, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will be available on the PlayStation Vita and will be cross compatible with the PlayStation 3, Sony said at its E3 keynote.