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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Could Come To Vita

Posted on Thursday, May 17 @ 07:27:11 Eastern by


Being told "maybe" by your parents pretty much always meant, "no". They just didn't want to hear you whine for the next hour about "why" you were being told no. "Maybe" got you to shut up and move on.

But a "maybe" from a developer, followed by "stay tuned" tease, almost always turns out to be a truth. Which is why Sony's recently announced PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale could find its way onto the PlayStation Vita.

When asked if we'd see a Vita version of the game, the game's director, Omar Kendall, replied to Digital Trends with: "Maybe... Stay tuned."

With E3 right around the corner, Superbot Entertainment, could take the stage at E3 to show off more of the PS3 version, as well as reveal a PlayStation Vita version. We'll just have to wait and see.

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