PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Review

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Posted 4:08pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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You can't play PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale without ever feeling like something crucial is deeply lacking.

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Posted 4:08pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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NOOOOOO!!!!!! As a request, can you please release a review that makes me want to buy a game. At this rate I'm going to spend all year playing Football Manager Sad But hey good review Martin.
Posted 4:18pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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Characters i don't give a f*ck about? Check

Smash bros style rip off gameplay? Check

FGC hyping it up because Seth Kilian worked on it? Check

Poor reviews all over the place? DOUBLE CHECK!
Posted 4:24pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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I wish it was but this never really looked like it was going to be much of a contender. If its ever offered on ps+ ill give it go maybe.
Posted 4:35pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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That's right, we all want our reviews to be all sunshine and lolipops on all the tripe that gets released this year.
Posted 4:37pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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It's not a game, but here's my review of London tap water:

"Water, water, everywhere; nor any drop to drink". Thankfully, Samuel Coleridge's word do not ring true - or at least, not for for those of us lucky enough to live in first world countries. For us, water really is everywhere - especially in the UK, where it seems to piss down every other day, regardless of season.

Tap water is, of course, the most readily accessible form of H2O - but what is it like to drink? London tap water has a reputation for being quite alkaline-y, and when I was a child I used to hate the stuff. I'm not sure whether the taste has improved over the past two decades, or whether my palate has simply matured. Either way, I have to say I find it quite refreshing these days, especially if it's served over a couple of ice cubes.

Some people will tell you that London tap water is to be avoided as it contains an excess of both fluoride and oestrogen. I have no way of knowing whether or not this is true, but my teeth certainly seem to be fairly strong. And in recent years I've grown a lovely pair of pert breasts.

True, London tap water suffers when compared with the quality of fresh spring water. But unless you happen to live up a French mountain (and I don't), it's likely that you'll only ever use spring water for drinking - and only then when you feel like splashing out. That's all very well and good, but what about the many other uses for water? What the aquatic concerns of plant-care, personal hygine, and laundry-based activities? Few of us have the affluence to use Evian or Volvic for such activities.

When it's time to engage in one of these mundane-but necessary activities, tap water is your go-to product - and London tap water is just as reliable as the tap water found in Liverpool or Leamington Spa, to pick two semi-random examples. Though it's not as nice as the stuff you get up in Scotland. That's lovely.

Finally, if you're planning to use tap water to have a bath or shower, I should point out that both of these activities feature an excellent multiplayer mode - though sadly it can be hard to persuade other people to play.

9/10

Tap water is available now from all good taps.
Posted 4:48pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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I got the scottish version, we got the best one yet.
Posted 4:52pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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You're not wrong. Scottish water is amazing.
Posted 4:52pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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And falling rather heavily right now where I am.
Posted 5:04pm on Tue 20 November 2012
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11/10 will drink again and force it down others.
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