Some pictures of a seemingly cut Journey cross Gravity Rush stage of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale hit the web courtesy of designer Ky Bui's website. They were quickly taken down, but the internet is all-seeing, without end, so you can still look at them. According to the website, Bui worked on PlayStation All-Stars for two years,
Sony Santa Monica has gone on record saying there will be no more PlayStation All-Stars DLC, so it looks like this neat stage will be lost in the ether. Speaking of, a canned statement from Sony, via Polygon, noted, "a number of characters and environments that were being explored during the game's development phase, including Dart." Shame Legend of Dragoon's protagonist never made it in the game. Maybe Sony could've leveraged any popularity to make another JRPG, or even a successor to Legend of Dragoon. Right? Right?
Fine. Probably not. But I have to have hope. Otherwise, how will I get a MediEvil 3?
Shame this level never made it into PSABR. Gravity Rush and Journey are pretty much two of my favorite games ever. Would have been fun to play. Then again, I've still barely played Sony's mascot fighter, so I guess I'm part of the problem. I even made a point to download Kat for free, but still haven't touched the title since last year. Just give me Gravity Rush 2.
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