PlayStation All-Stars leak confirms Raiden, Sackboy, more

9:45 PM on 08.08.2012

Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet), Raiden (Metal Gear Rising) and Rachet (Rachet & Clank) made an appearance on PlayStation All-Stars' official website today and were quickly removed. These images show rumored characters and possible box art for the game. Even crazier, Ryu Hayabusa (Ninja Gaiden), Kazuya (Tekken), and Jin (Tekken) were spotted in the background of an image by a NeoGAF user.

Sony's ship is a sinking mess that can't keep PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale reveals from leaking. Between this and last month's major beta leak, I'm starting to think that Sony has an alternate reality game going on and forgot to tell anyone about it.

It's safe to assume that the above was supposed to be Sony's Gamescom reveal. We'll know for sure next week. I'm all for Raiden, Ryu and the others, but it's kind of weird to have three Tekken characters in the game. What do you guys think?

Let me know when you get over Crash not being in it and feel free to check out my preview of the upcoming public beta in the meantime.

[NeoGAF via IGN]

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