PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
Developer SuperBot Entertainment

SCE Santa Monica Studio

Bluepoint Games (PS Vita)

Publisher Sony Computer Entertainment
Designer Omar Kendall

Seth Killian

First Release November 20th, 2012 (NA)

January 31st, 2013 (JPN)

Genre Platform Fighter
Modes Single Player


Ratings CERO: B


PEGI: 12+

Platform PlayStation 3

PlayStation Vita

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a crossover platform fighting game exclusively for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. It was developed at SuperBot Entertainment along with SCE Santa Monica Studios and was published by Sony Computer Entertainment.


Ones with * are DLC


  • Hades (God of War / Patapon)
  • Metropolis (Ratchet & Clank / God of War)
  • Dreamscape (LittleBIGPlanet / Buzz!)
  • Sandover Village (Jak and Daxter / Hot Shots Golf)
  • Invasiion (Killzone / Ape Escape)
  • Alden's Tower (inFamous / Sly Cooper)
  • Stowaways (Uncharted / Bioshock Infinite)
  • Paris (Sly Cooper / LittleBIGPlanet)
  • Dojo (PaRappa the Rapper / Killzone)
  • San Francisco (Resistance / Ratchet & Clank)
  • Time Station (Ape Escape / Resistance)
  • Franzea (Loco Roco / Metal Gear)
  • Columbia (Bioshock Infinite / Twisted Metal)
  • Black Rock Stadium (Twisted Metal / Jak and Daxter)
  • Rival Arena (original)
  • Fearless (Heavenly Sword / WipEout)*
  • The Graveyard (Medievil / The Unfinished Swan)*

Ones with * are DLC.

Connection to Hot Shots Golf Edit

While no one from the series is playable, Hole 19 is featured in the stage Sandover Village after the Rift Rider Ring shoots out the Hot Shots Golf pieces onto the stage. Golfers Suzuki, Jasmine and Nick appear in the background hitting golf balls. Their caddy Hannah can be seen near the green next to Samos's hut.

Suzuki and Jasmine appear as DLC minions.