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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, often abbreviated as PSASBR or PASBR and originally named Title Fight, is a crossover fighting game, developed by SuperBot Entertainment, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.[1] It was revealed on April 26, 2012 during the GTTV television show.


Clank in PSABR

Clank in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

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Non-Ratchet & Clank characters


The following characters are playable:

  • Sly Cooper (Sly Cooper)
  • Kratos (God of War)
  • Mael Radec (Killzone)
  • Sweet Tooth/Needles Kane (Twisted Metal)
  • Fat Princess (Fat Princess)
  • PaRappa the Rapper (PaRappa The Rapper)
  • Nathan Drake (Uncharted)
  • Big Daddy(BioShock)
  • Toro Inoue (Doko Demo Issyo)
  • Heihachi Mishima (Tekken)
  • Jak and Daxter (Jak and Daxter)
  • Cole MacGrath (InFamous)
  • Spike (Ape Escape)
  • Dante (Devil May Cry)
  • Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet)
  • Evil Cole MacGrath (InFamous)
  • Raiden (Metal Gear)
  • Nariko (Heavenly Sword)
  • Sir Daniel Fortesque (MediEvil)
  • Kat (Gravity Rush) DLC
  • Emmett Graves (Starhawk) DLC
  • Zeus (God of War) DLC
  • Isaac Clarke (Dead Space) DLC

Ratchet and Clank's involvement

Ratchet All-Stars

Ratchet & Clank

  • Ratchet and Clank appear as playable characters, using many weapons from the series.
  • One of the levels features Metropolis.
  • Captain Qwark also appears in the background of the Metropolis stage. He was seen battling a Hydra from God of War seconds before the stage ends (and surprisingly wins).
  • Nefarious appears in the background of the San Francisco stage along with the Hypersonic Brainwave Scrambler, he attacks the players.
  • Nefarious was also going to be the game's main antagonist but was scrapped and placed as a background character instead, he would have gathered the mascots together and attempted to defeat them once and for all.
  • Qwark, Nefarious, Azimuth, and a Zoni appear as minions who cheer Ratchet on.
  • The Big Daddy, who cameos in Secret Agent Clank as an enemy called a Megalith appears in game. Jak and Daxter, characters who have cameos in Ratchet & Clank games also appear.


Three trophies can be obtained playing as Ratchet: Kerwan's Capital City, The Doctor Is In… and Intergalactic Heroes.

Main antagonist

Polygon Man

The Polygon Man

The Polygon Man appears as the main antagonist of the game,[2] he was the original mascot of the PlayStation but was scrapped, he appears as the final boss of the story mode as he is the one responsible for bringing the characters together.


In early 2011, it was discovered that the independent studio based in California, SuperBot Entertainment, was working on an un-announced "combat heavy" multiplayer title for the PlayStation 3. In November 2011, images of the game (then codenamed as Title Fight) popped up online, showing Sweet Tooth from the Twisted Metal series and Kratos from God of War. It was claimed the game features a number of Sony mascots such as Ratchet, Parappa the Rapper, Sly Cooper, Colonel Mael Radec (Killzone) and Fat Princess. Arenas include a Sandover Village stage (from Jak & Daxter), a Hot Shots Golf stage, a LittleBigPlanet stage and a Buzz! trivia mini-game.

SuperBot Entertainment was linked as developer of the game, who confirmed to be working on a "Very amazing PS3 game," for Sony Computer Entertainment America. According to a job advert, SuperBot was after a senior combat designer with "a strong familiarity with fighting games and fighting game theory." Another job advert asked for a lead designer with "a strong familiarity with online mode and matchmaking design as they apply to console gaming."

In April 2012, it was revealed that the game is called PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. A Sony survey that asked gamers what they thought of the name of the game, and the game itself, was uncovered and published by PlayStation Lifestyle. The site claimed the PlayStation 3 exclusive will be announced at E3 in June. This was followed by Sony who registered the domain for, alongside another domain registered by Sony for the shorter


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