Leaked photo shows Crash, Tomba, and more in PlayStation All-Stars

  • Posted August 9th, 2012 at 13:34 EDT by Kyle Prahl

Yep, you read that headline right. ANOTHER PlayStation All-Stars leak has surfaced, but on the heels of last night's official website screengrabs that all but confirm Sackboy and Raiden as playable characters, this one may have a bit more credibility.

This time, the leak comes courtesy of PSU reader akgamestar, who spotted the image online and shared it in our very own forums. (Image originally posted on Reddit.) The image, seen below, clearly shows none other than PlayStation icon Crash Bandicoot as the current selection in the game's roster. Is it a fake? We're not sure. Compare this image to the one leaked yesterday of Sackboy, and you'll see that the two match up quite nicely. Character thumbnails are identical (save for some shuffling and additions seen only in the Crash screenshot) and the angle of blown-up Crash seems to fit with the angle at which the photo was taken.

Additional characters can be spotted among the thumbnails, including last night's leaked Sackboy, platforming legend Tomba, Spike from Ape Escape, and what appears to be the original character portrait of Ratchet from his PS2 days.

Remember that all this must be taken with a grain of salt until official confirmation from Sony or SuperBot Entertainment, but with gamescom 2012 and another official reveal right around the corner, we might not have to wait long.

Sound off in the comments if you're excited to see Crash, Tomba, Spike, and Sackboy in the PlayStation All-Stars roster, and keep it glued to PSU.com for more details as they develop.

 

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Kyle Prahl is PSU's editor-in-chief and a Communications student at the University of Minnesota. If you care about PlayStation or the life of a pale Midwesterner, you should follow him on Twitter.
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