Get ready to say goodbye to the Galka, Tarutaru and the rest of Vana'diel, as one of the first MMORPGs to hit home consoles, Final Fantasy XI, will close up its doors on Xbox 360 and PS2 in March 2016.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
Sony has announced there will be very little support for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale in the future, with no more DLC of any sort planned.
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.
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.
More details about Dead Space 3's Isaac Clarke and God of War: Ascension's Zeus arrival in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale have arrived.
Sony's brawler PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will be getting few new characters in March.
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.
SuperBot, the developers behind PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, have just laid off a currently-unknown number of their employees.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has been out for a little over a month, so now's the perfect time inject some new life into the game with alternate costumes!