Here's the trailer for that PS All-Stars Coca Cola thing - destructoid

Here's the trailer for that PS All-Stars Coca Cola thing

9:20 AM on 08.09.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Act now and get free giant Coca Cola icons in the top right corner at all times!

Remember that bizarre PlayStation All-Stars Island iOS and Android App that was announced yesterday? Today it has a brand new trailer to give you a better look at the four core games that are included, as well as the "Coke Challenges."

The Uncharted mini-game looks like a blatant rip-off of Temple Run, and the Little Big Planet Karting game looks pretty generic, but the Gravity Rush and other extra games look fun enough.

I still have no idea how I feel about this. I wouldn't mind Sony branching out in general to other non-Sony platforms, but the blatant Coca Cola advertising really turns me off. Either way, you can get it for free on iOS here, and Google Play here.


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Chris Carter
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8:00 PM on 08.08.2013
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