Sony First Approached Naughty Dog For PlayStation All-Stars
Not that we have anything against SuperBot, but...
In speaking at Comic-Con this past weekend, SuperBot Entertainment president Chan Park revealed something interesting: Initially, Sony had approached Naughty Dog with the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale concept.
But at the time, the Uncharted studio was already at work on The Last Of Us, so they declined to take on the PlayStation battler. As a result, Sony opted to create a new internal studio (SuperBot, of course) for the express purpose of designing Battle Royale. Well, if Sony made the group, we have little doubt they know what they're doing; first-party teams in the PlayStation world have proven themselves time and time again. Still, wouldn't it have been interesting to see Naughty Dog try this particular title...? Or what about Sony Santa Monica, who does God of War?
Anyway, we're still pretty sure PlayStation All-Stars will be a damn good title; it launches on October 23 for the PS3 and Vita.
Related Game(s): PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
7/17/2012 8:15:29 PM John Shepard