Fitting that on the day of the Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct, Sony attempts to remind everyone that the terribly named PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a game that exists.
And it's not that it's a bad game, however amusing its me-tooism looks. I actually bought and liked the little I played of it, whereas I never picked up Brawl. It's just that chances to play these sort of games how they ought to be played, with a bunch of people, are fewer and further between. Maybe if they added Kat as a playable character sooner I couldn't have said no.
Anyway, this "Ultimate Balance Update" has 100 supposed fixes, third costumes for Zeus and Isaac, and coincides with the Graveyard Pack DLC going on sale ($2). There's also going to be a tournament in Southern California starting this Friday. Winner gets a PS4. Non-attendees can watch a live stream.
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