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Video Blips: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed, Garfield’s Defense: Attack of the Food Invaders, LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias

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At last, we're starting to see some big announcements drop as E3 starts to creep closer.

Video Blips:

• Sony finally announces its Smash Bros. clone: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. This may not be surprising to a lot of people as Sony is the worst at keeping a secret, but what were we expecting from a company that numerically names their systems along with the same controller every time?

Continue after the break for more crossovers in Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed, a ridiculous use of a franchise in Garfield's Defense: Attack of the Food Invaders, and some beautiful lighting effects in LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias.

 

• If you need more crossovers in your life, Sega has you covered with Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformered. They also have the whole Super Mario Kart/Diddy Kong Racing clone thing down, too. Hey, if you're going to clone a game, at least make sure it's a great one.


• Garfield's Defense: Attack of the Food Invaders takes one my favorite characters from my childhood and combines it with an awkward idea. I mean, seriously…Garfield fighting off food? How did that even make sense when pitching ideas for a game.


• LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias shows off some of its fantastic graphics for iOS. If you didn't get this game before on the Wii, now is a perfect time to play one of the more peaceful games of the generation.


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