“Stay tuned” on PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale for Vita, says director

Friday, 18th May 2012 08:52 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Omar Kendall, game director on PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale, has strongly suggested the newly-announced fighter could make its way to Vita as well as PS3.

When asked if a Vita version was in the works, Kendall answered to Digital Trends (via PSLS): “Maybe… Stay tuned.”

The tease follows the announcement earlier this morning of Sly: Thieves in Time getting its own Vita version alongside the main PS3 version that was already announced at E3 last year.

For now, PASBR launches this holiday for PS3.

Thanks, Gekidami.



  1. kingofscotland

    This will be a trend at E3 for Sony, cross platform games, cloud saves, day and date release which is great IF….. I dont have to buy the game twice.

    Not a chance!!!!

    Happy to pay a bit extra for a limited edition Dual Pack, say £45 instead of £35 but not anymore.

    And hopefully they get 3rd parties involved too Like EA & Acti

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Christopher Jack

    @1, I’d love if Sony did that, thought of it myself, but it just doesn’t seem very likely. Sony’s biggest problem is that they have the power to do so much with their hardware, however their software ecosystem seems to be all over the place. They seem to be getting their arses into gear but I’ll believe it when I see it.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. DrDamn

    Pricing is the key. Cloud saves and the same game is a really nice strong feature, but pricing needs to be right. MotorstormRC was great in that regard. I expect bigger games to be a bit more, but maybe tie it in with cheap digital pricing and a total price which works out as RRP for one version.

    Anyway, pricing aside – more of this please and get 3rd parties in on it too :).

    #3 3 years ago
  4. DrDamn

    They have already done this with other smaller titles. MotorstormRC and Hustle Kings for example. One price gets you both versions and cloud saves on MotorstormRC too.

    #4 3 years ago
  5. kingofscotland

    I dont think we’ll get a ‘buy 1 get 2′ like the smaller games, Motorstorm RC was a huge success because of it’s pricing and getting both versions for same price, but they never did it for MLB.

    MLB has all the cross compatibility but 2 full price games.

    As the good DrDamn said, pricing is key to the success of it.

    Also if you but the boxed versions of these games for PS3 and it includes a download code, before long people will be buying more memory cards to store all these full fledged games and Sony must make a fortune on the cards so its win win

    #5 3 years ago

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