20 fully unique characters; unique for each, including one written by the guy who wrote one of the best gaming stories in history; at least three game modes; a working combat system that would work in even the most hardcore of fighting games, that kept me entertained for hours; combos; unlockable extras out the **bleep**, including costumes, music, Minions, belts, et alia res; a character leveling system to unlock a lot of these things; character trials, challenges, etc. to extend gameplay; online play that is playable; accurate representation of 75% of the important PS icons (with only Crash, Spyro, Snake, FFrep, Lara, and a couple others missing), and then some; a free Vita version, which is as far as we know the same game as the PS3 version minus resolution changes, with every PS3 copy; and cross-play functionality between both copies. I think it's worth the money.
Basically this. A free vita version is enough for $60, heck I would pay more for this game. It's so fun.
With all of the "20 final roster", lies from superbot, or anything else. Do you think this game is worth 60 bucks. The game releases near the holidays and I think Toys R Us has sales on new games for a limited time $20 off during the upcoming holiday and I love buying new games with alot of bucks off. Yet is all the stuff that SuperBot done worth most of a $100 bill?
Any game that Jak(& Daxter) are in, I will buy at any price!