PlayStation All-stars: Battle Royale

Nov. 20, 2012 | 6:30 a.m.

‘PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale': Chan Park talks classics

The full character lineup from "PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale." (Sony / Superbot Entertainment)
For the first time in its history, Sony is bringing together its well-known — and not so well-known — video game characters into a multiplayer experience. “PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale,” which was made with SuperBot Entertainment and comes out Tuesday on the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita, is Sony’s attempt to encapsulate its gaming history with a crazy, combat-driven brawler. Hero Complex contributor Aaron Williams caught up with SuperBot Entertainment President Chan Park to talk about “All-Stars” and how the game came to be. HC: What’s the feeling at SuperBot Entertainment on the eve of the “All-Stars” release? CP: It’s a relief and a tremendous amount of excitement. We’ve just revealed our opening cinematic and it’s gotten a ton of response. Some people are saying it’s the best cinematic they’ve seen all year. HC: Who came up with concept of […]
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