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PlayStation All-Stars for PS Vita, Listed at $20 on Amazon

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

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For those who are looking for the PlayStation Vita deal of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Amazon has some good news for you.

The online retailer has marked Sony’s latest cross-platform game down to $19.99, although it will be available for a limited time only. Buyers should also take note that they can purchase the game’s PS3 version and receive a free PS Vita copy for $60 on Amazon.

In addition, the online shopping website listed LittleBigPlanet for $20. In case you don’t see it, just click “More Buying Options” on the right hand side of the page.

Gravity Rush Stage on PlayStation All-Stars

In another PlayStation All-Stars news, there were rumors saying that the game will receive a new stage.

The news came at the heels of SuperBot Entertainment animator Michael Ha’s recent interview in an unnamed magazine. When he was asked about his favorite level in the PS3 and PS Vita cross-platform game, he mentioned about the Gravity Rush level.

The Gravity Rush level is looking pretty cool. I don’t know what they’ll do with it yet, so I’m really curious.

Gravity Rush was released as an exclusive PS Vita title in North America on June 12, while PlayStation All-Stars were launched as a PS Vita and PS3 title last November 20. Regardless, it appears that the latter is receiving content from Gravity Rush, the game’s main character—Kat—will be joining the cast mascots early next year.

Upcoming Downloadable Content for PlayStation All-Stars

Prior to this, AMOG reported that an upcoming downloadable content will bring in new characters and stages to the game. After getting a hands-on with the game’s upcoming DLC, gaming website EGM Now has posted a number of screenshots. As it turns out, the images are showing additional characters and stages on Sony’s crossover game.

It was revealed on the images that Kat of Gravity Rush and Emmett Graves of Starhawk will be added to PlayStation All-Stars’ roster. Moreover, there were reports that the game will have an additional stage. Just like with the rest of PlayStation All-Stars platforms, it is a combination of elements from different PlayStation franchises. This time, it’s a blending of elements from Heavenly Sword and WipEout.

The DLC’s pricing is yet to be announced, although there were claims that the additional characters will be available for free during the first two weeks after its release.

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