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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Characters Play Super Smash Bros. Brawl: Sony vs. Nintendo

by Lambert Varias

If you’ve seen media of Sony’s upcoming fighting game PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, then you know that it’s quite similar to Nintendo’s Smash. Bros. series. The biggest difference is most likely with their rosters, which are each filled with company exclusives. But a group of Wii modders managed to enjoy the best of both worlds.

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Members of the Smash Bros. mod site Brawl Vault recreated the characters that will be available in Sony’s game so they can play with them on Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Now they can have Nathan Drake, Sackboy and Sly Cooper go up against Mario, Link, Pikachu. But that’s not all. They also made characters that are not in the current revealed roster of Sony’s brawler, including Commander Shepard, Isaac Clarke and Tomba. Below is a gameplay video uploaded by YouTuber sulleh1:


Here’s the second part of the video:


Unfortunately I don’t know enough about Smash Bros. so I don’t know if these are just character skins or if they have unique moves as well. In any case, you can download these characters for free. You’ll have to mod an ISO of Super Smash Bros. Brawl to get these characters into the game though. I suggest you head to Brawl Vault not just for the character files but for instructions as well.

[via Destructoid]


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Comments (1):

  1. Lars says:

    Seems it’s just character skins according to the video. The moves are the original ones.
    But it’s still a good job :)

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