SuperBot Entertainment, the studio behind the quite successful PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, recently split from Sony, who has continued to develop content for the game in-house. So we know of the fate of PSABR, but what of the fate of its original developer? Well, according to Edge Magazine, SuperBot is not dead yet.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
PaRappa the Rapper is one of the original PlayStation All-Stars and recently made his return to a Sony console as a fighter in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Dred Foxx, the main who voices the rapping puppy, wants to harness the steam from the renewed interest in the character to petition for a third PaRappa game.
New combatants from two Sony exclusives are joining the All-Stars Battle Royale fight, and will be free for two weeks.
On Monday, Sony announced their working agreement with SuperBot Entertainment would come to an end.