Stage-Related Easter EggsEdit


  • Souls of the dead can be seen falling in the background, particularly before the start of the stage.
  • The word FEVER appears before the Patapon throw their spears.


  • Red Orb Chests from God of War have a chance of appearing after Hydra invades the stage, and release AP orbs when they are opened.


  • The Level Thermometer can be seen on the side of the screen.

Sandover VillageEdit

  • The Power meter is shown before a torrent of golfballs rain from the sky.
  • If the player swim at the limits of the stage after the Mash-up, you can find a sign "Out of Bounds", a reference to a Hot Shots Golf game.
  • If you kill all opponents on screen with a single Super, then "Nice Shot" will appear on screen with banners, balloons and confetti.
  • A total of 4 Precursor Orbs appear in the background.


  • If you look closely at the background after Master Onion knocks down the walls of his dojo, you can see the various scenarios and locations where the other stages of PaRappa the Rapper took place:
    • Chunky Burger from the beginning and closing cutscenes of Stage 1.
    • Occasionally, Instructor Mooselini will drive by, referencing Stage 2.
    • The Flea Market from Stage 3.
    • The Cake Shop from Stage 4
    • The Hot Gas Station from Stage 5.

San FranciscoEdit

  • The level intro is shown through the perspective of Nathan Hale, even showing the HUD from the Resistance games. The user-interface displays the M5A2 Folsom Carbine with 30 rounds and two launching-grenades loaded.
  • After Dr. Nefarious invades the stage, the moon that can be seen in the background is the same moon that Insomniac Games use for their logo (convenient considering that both franchises represented in the stage were created by Insomniac).

Time StationEdit


Black Rock StadiumEdit

The GraveyardEdit

  • Since The King's theme (song) is playing, it can be assumed that The King is throwing the balls of paint.
  • The Gargoyle will crack a unique pun or insult about one of 13 characters in the game. For the remaining 11, at the moment, he does not have any unique puns.
    • Kratos: "No need to be so irate, mate; it's not that bad being bald."
    • Fat Princess: "All hail her royal stoutness."
    • Sly Cooper: "Everyone check your pockets. There's a thieving raccoon about!"
    • Nathan Drake: "You'd better think twice about your plans, mister master thief. These tombs have already been plenty raided, thank you."
    • Cole: "How is it you manage to bathe with abilities as shocking as yours, good sir?"
    • Jak: "Don't look now, mate, but I think there's a mongoose on your shoulder."
    • Dante: "While you are exceedingly cool, demon hunter, putting on a shirt and getting a job are that much cooler."
    • Nariko: "Ah, you know what they say about redheads, don't you? They, uh, hair."
    • Sir Daniel: "Let's see how the hero of Gallowmere fares against opponents with a pulse."
    • Spike: "Surely it's past your bedtime, young man."
    • Toro: "Allow me to make one thing clear, feline: I am not a scratching post."

Intros/Outros-Related Easter EggsEdit


  • In his losing Outro Targets Dispatched, Radec holds up his shotgun pistol while lying on his back in a last-stand position. This is a reference to the last boss in Killzone 2 where Radec kills himself with his pistol after getting defeated. In this game, he doesn't kill himself, since he is shown alive and defeated at the result screen.
  • In his wining Outro Victory, can see his eyes without his mask. This only happens in older versions.

Jak and DaxterEdit

  • The title to the intro This Isn't A Game is a reference to Jak 3, where Seem says "This isn't a game!" and Jak and Daxter look at the camera.
  • Jak's animation intro, Lock 'N Loaded, could be a reference to the Jak 3 scrap book concept art.
  • Jak's winning outro, Life Is Good, has Jak puts his Blaster on his shoulders with Daxter hanging from the gun with one arm in a pose similar to artwork of Jak II, also, "Life is good" is a quote from the Jak 3's ending.
  • Jak's outro, Victory Dance, is the ending segment of the victory dance Jak performed when he received a power cell in Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy.


  • In his Intro P- P- P- P- Power Flex, Cole levitates and releases a burst of electric energy, similar to when he absorbs Blast Cores in InFamous 2.

Evil ColeEdit

  • In his winning Outro Bow to Me, Evil Cole hovers with his arms out. Similar to a cutscene in inFamous 2 where he obtains The Beast's power.
  • In his winning Outro Never Had A Chance, Evil Cole charges electricity in his hands and then discharges the lightning above his head, this is similar to a segment of Evil Cole's ending cutscene in inFamous 2.


  • In his winning Outro Man, That Rocked, Ratchet turns around with the Suck Cannon in the same pose as he is in the box art of the first Ratchet & Clank.
  • In his losing Outro Ha! Nice Try, Ratchet spins around and falls over, similar to his dying animation from the PS2 and PSP games.
  • In his Intro Nice, Ratchet jumps onto the stage in a similar fashion to when he exits his ship in A Crack in Time.

Big DaddyEdit

  • In his Intro Mr. Bubbles, Big Daddy does his iconic pose from the BioShock box art.
  • In his losing Outro Great Job, Mr. B Big Daddy lies motionless on the ground, while the Little Sister mourns near his body. This references the death of a Big Daddy in BioShock, in which a Little Sister will go up to and mourn him.


  • In his Intro Last Chance to Walk Away, Dante walks on-stage stretching his arm, and then grabs his sword, while smiling. This being a nod to the Devil May Cry 3 box art.
  • In his winning Outro Said You Were A Punk, Dante smiles triumphantly and aims his guns sideways over each other. This is a reference to Dante's winning pose from Marvel vs. Capcom 3 as well as his artowork from the Ultimate version.


  • In her Intro I Chose My Own Way, Nariko stabs her sword forward, like in the box art of Heavenly Sword.


  • In his winning Outro I'm A Machine, Raiden strikes the pose seen in the Japanese cover of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.


  • His losing Outro Yes, Spike looks down in a sad manner as a red Pipo Monkey prances around him. This is a nod to the Game Over screen from the first Ape Escape.


  • In her Intro Lost Kat, Kat is on the ground, unconscious. An apple then rolls to her head, and she wakes up. This scene can be linked to the beginning of Kat's home game, Gravity Rush, in which she awakens in the middle of nowhere, lost.

Idle Animation-Related Easter EggsEdit


  • Looks over his shoulder.
  • Stands up unslouched.

Sweet ToothEdit

  • Scratches his head, then, seeing fire on his hand, blows it out.
  • Moves his forearms and fingers.

Fat PrincessEdit

  • Throws a small cherry into the air, then it lands in her mouth.
  • Brushes her hair with her hand, then looks at her arm.

Sly CooperEdit

  • Scratchs his back with his cane.
  • Looks behind him, then to the other side of him.

Colonel RadecEdit

  • Inspecting his weapon.
  • Adjusts his knee pad, then brushes off his armor.


  • Yawns and stretches his arms.
  • Brushes off his arm.

Nathan DrakeEdit

  • Looks over at his wrist watch.
  • Puts his hands to his side and looks around.

Big DaddyEdit

  • Stops his drill, then taps his head with it.
  • Roars, then turns his torso and stretches.
  • Looks at the screen, then waves at it with his drill.

Heihachi MishimaEdit

  • Does a stance.
  • Stands up straight, then moves his arms and stretches his neck.


  • Dances.
  • Looks around him.

Jak and Daxter Edit

His animation changes depending on the weapon that Jak is holding.

  • Jak and Daxter high five, then breakdance, as seen at the end of Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy.
  • Jak will stand and watch Daxter dance, then shake his head and sit on his knees as Daxter continues.
  • Jak will move in place while holding his weapon, which occured in Jak II and 3 if Jak stood still with a weapon in hand.
  • Daxter runs across Jak, stopping on his head, then gets back onto his shoulder.

Cole MacGrathEdit

  • Stretches while electricity flows from his arms.
  • Stands up straight, then has electricity in each hand individually.


  • Throws one of his pistols into the air while spinning the other in his hand, and then catches it.
  • Put his hands together and crack his knuckles.

Ratchet and ClankEdit

  • Puts away his wrench and rubs his hands together.
  • Throws his wrench and catches it.


  • Stretches and yawns.
  • Curls up and bounces.
  • If crouching for long enough, he will curl up and fall asleep. Seconds later, he'll wake up and yawn.


  • Puts his hand over his eyes and looks around him.
  • Looks at the camera.

Evil ColeEdit

  • Channels fire through his hand.
  • Brushes off his arms.


  • Cleans his blade with his arm.
  • Cleans his blade with his hand.
  • The codec sound will be heard and he'll put his hand by his ear, as if he has received a message.


  • Takes her two swords, places them together into one, then hold it before placing both blades back.
  • Takes her hand and moves the hair on the side of her face back.

Sir DanielEdit

  • Takes off his head, kicks it like a soccer ball back onto his neck, then spins it back into place.
  • Spins his sword, then dances.
  • Places his sword into the ground, then dances around it.
  • Feels his sword with his hand, then seemingly pokes his finger with it.
  • Hits the shield with his sword. (with Gold Shield)


  • Stretches her arms individually, then behind her head.
  • Brushes off her arms and stomach.
  • Pulls up her sleeves, then adjusts the hair by her face.
  • Looks towards the screen.

Emmett GravesEdit

  • Raises his hand in the air and shakes it while looking back and holding his gun in his other hand.
  • Looks at his gun, then does a firing motion.

Isaac ClarkeEdit

  • Looks at the screen, then away from it.
  • Looks at his hand using kinesis, then spins his plasma cutter.


  • Floats and spins.
  • Has lightning flow through one of his arms.

Swimming Animation-Related Easter EggsEdit

  • PaRappa swims like how a dog would swim rather than swimming normally.
  • Sly can be seen paddling around in the TNT barrel, with his cane as an oar.
  • Ratchet swims with his Oxygen Mask while Clank becomes the "Aqua Pack".
  • Cole and Evil Cole are constantly electrocuting themselves while they are left idle.
  • Daxter is seen swimming like a pro as Ottsels are skilled at swimming.

Hades Stun Easter EggsEdit

  • Kratos stands with his blade over his face.
  • Sweet Tooth is slouched with his head down.
  • Fat Princess moves back and forth with her hand near her head.
  • Sly is slouched with his hand to his side.
  • Radec stands with his head down and his hand over his face.
  • PaRappa moves back and forth with his head over his face.
  • Drake stands with his head down and his hand over his face.
  • Big Daddy has his hand over his head.
  • Heihachi looks down with his hand on his face.
  • Toro stands and spins.
  • Jak stands with his head down and his hand over his face while Daxter grabs him, trying to snap him out of it.
  • Cole stands with his head down and his hand over his face.
  • Dante stands with his hand over his face.
  • Ratchet is slouched over.
  • Sackboy stands and spins.
  • Spike stands in place while turning his head and body.
  • Evil Cole is slouched over with both of his arms down.
  • Raiden stands with his hand to his side.
  • Nariko stands with her hand on her face.
  • Sir Daniel moves back and forth.
  • Kat stands with her hand over her head.
  • Emmett stands with his hand over his face.
  • Isaac is slouched over with his hand on his head.
  • Zeus moves in place with his hand over his face.

Super-Related Easter EggsEdit

Big Daddy: FloodEdit

Heihachi Mishima: Rockets Away!Edit

  • Kratos attempts to break the chains.
  • PaRappa is seen flattened onto the side of the rocket.
  • Fat Princess is seen eating a piece of cake as "comfort food".
  • Sweet Tooth is tied by his shoulders and doesn't move.
  • Radec is tied by his wrists, similar to Darth Vader from Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith when he was strapped to an operation table.
  • Sly's torso is wrapped up in chains and he attempts to wiggle free.
  • Nathan Drake is seen hanging upside down by his ankles.
  • Good Cole is in the same pose of Jesus Christ during the Crucifixion.
  • Evil Cole takes a similar pose, but he has his limbs positioned as if he attempted to break free from the chains.
  • Ratchet is tied by his wrists and Clank is tied up in his backpack form, and both look around frantically, panicking.
  • Daxter can be seen desperately trying to free Jak.
  • Big Daddy is ties up by his back and merely looks down.
  • Dante is tied with his arms spread widely, will look left and right, and attempts to swing free.
  • Heihachi himself is tied by his wrists and will merely look left and right.
  • Nariko is tied by her wrists, with her arms spead wide and her right knee raised, and attempts to break the chains or slip out, one arm at a time.
  • Raiden is in the same pose when he is captured in the final part of Metal Gear Solid 2.
  • Sackboy is chained by his torso and happily swings his head back and forth, completely indifferent.
  • Sir Daniel is seen tied up sideways.
  • Spike is chained by his torso and frantically swings his arms and kicks his legs.
  • Toro is tied on sideways, facing left, and appears shocked as he bobs up and down. Additionally in the Japanese Tokyo Game Show Trailer, Toro had his default :3 expression while on the rocket.
  • Kat attempts to fall forward with her gravity powers.
  • Emmett is tied by his wrists and attempts to swing free.
  • Isaac is tied similarly to Good Cole.
  • Zeus is tied similarly to Good Cole, but looks around. Oddly enough, the chain on his left wrist is too large to hold it, a minor animation error.

Raiden: The Box Revengeance!Edit

  • The Super itself is a reference to the protagonist of the Metal Gear series, Solid Snake, who is famous for hiding under boxes during stealth missions.
  • When Raiden finds an opponent, the Alert (!) sound will be heard.
  • When Raiden cuts a box that is empty, a watermelon will be seen cut in half instead. This is a reference to VR Missions in Metal Gear Rising: Revengance where you can cut watermelons to practice and see how blade mode works.

Cole MacGrathEdit

  • Cole's Level 1, Human Bullet, is his forward throw in Street Fighter X Tekken, and his Level 3, Ionic Vortex, is his Super Art, being Cole's most powerful move in both games.
  • Some Props from ModNation Racers and some crates from Ratchet & Clank can occasionally be seen in Cole's Level 3. 

Ratchet & ClankEdit

Jak and DaxterEdit

  • Jak and Daxter's Level 1 is based in Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, their Level 2 is based in Jak II and their Level 3 is based in Jak 3.

Arcade-Related Easter EggsEdit

Introductions and EndingsEdit

  • PaRappa's introduction and ending are drawn in the exact same style as the PaRappa the Rapper anime.
  • Kat's introduction and ending are drawn in the same comic book style as the cutscenes from Gravity Rush.
  • Despite the above references, Cole and Evil Cole have their cutscenes in the default 3D style instead of being graphic novel styled like the cutscenes in inFamous.
  • Ken Levine (the creative director behind Irrational Games and the original BioShock game) himself wrote the story for Big Daddy's arcade mode, and Namco wrote Heihachi's script for his story.
  • Some Arcade Mode stories are prequels to their respective character's games. For example, Kratos' and Zeus' stories are prequels to God of War III, while Spike's is an introduction to Ape Escape: Million Monkeys.

Final BossEdit

  • If Polygon Man turns into Hades, sometimes before transforming back, he'll do do the dance from the Sugarhill Gang's "Apache".
Let's Play Playstation All Stars Battle Royale Part 2 Ratchet End-014:33

Let's Play Playstation All Stars Battle Royale Part 2 Ratchet End-0

Skip to 9:34

Skip to 9:34

Final Boss VictoryEdit

  • The motion in which the characters absorb the AP energy is similar to when Cole absorbs Blast Cores in inFamous 2.
  • A majority of the cast take the same pose as Cole when flying up to absorb the AP with a few exceptions:
    • Fat Princess will spin throughout with her arms up.
    • PaRappa has a grin on his face, his eyelids are darkened, and he repeatedly moves both his hands in a "I can feel the power" fashion.
    • Daxter looks around, probably wondering why Jak is suddenly floating upward, as Jak alternates between looking to his left and right, then Daxter himself start floating, trying to grab onto Jak.
    • Sackboy has his tongue sticking out and spins during the final phase.
    • Spike and Ratchet have their eyes closed.
    • Sly smiles, then before the conclusion, has both his hands on his cane.
    • Toro pumps his fist into the air during the final phase.
    • After the start, instead of having her arms together like most characters, Kat skips straight to the final pose before the conclusion.
    • Emmett will grab onto his gun before the conclusion.
  • Radec, Jak, Ratchet, Emmett, & Isaac all go through the animation with the weapon that they were last wielding.

Costumes Related Easter EggsEdit


  • His second color for Ghost of Sparta and his default color for Morpheus Armor is based on the blue-tattoo version of Kratos, that was nearly the final version of him until David Jaffe changed his mind.
  • His third color for Ghost of Sparta, and his third color for Morpheus Armor are Fear Kratos from God of War III.
  • His fourth color for Ghost of Sparta is based on a color scheme from God of War: Ghost of Sparta, monochrome with Kratos' tattoo highlighted in red.

Fat PrincessEdit

  • Her fourth color for Royal Gown and Fairy Tale Princess turns her into Princess Muffintop, the blue princess.

Sly CooperEdit

  • His fourth color for Master Thief was an unlockable costume in Thieves in Time.


  • His third and fourth colors of Helghan Uniform and StA-X6 Jetpack are similar to the Krimzon Guards and Elite Krimzon Guards from Jak II.


Nathan DrakeEdit

  • His alternate colors for Casual Adventurer are: Drake's appearence in Uncharted: Golden Abyss, one of Drake's color palettes in the Uncharted 3 Multiplayer, and Drake's green shirt appeared in the Cheateu in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.
  • His fourth color for Desert Camo could be a reference to Salim from Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.

Heihachi MishimaEdit

  • His third color for Mishima Gi is based on one of his alternate costumes in the Tekken series and his fourth color is based on his older appearance.

Jak and DaxterEdit

  • Jak's second color for his default costume could be a reference to the Freedom League (guards) faction from Jak 3.
  • Jak's third color for Old World Jak could be a reference to what he wore while imprisoned at the beginning of Jak II.

Cole MacGrathEdit

  • His second alternate costume for Courier Outfit is based on having neutral karma.
  • Courier Jacket's fourth color marks the first time Cole has wore red without having negative karma.
  • Two alternate colors for the Kessler costume are inspired by events that occured before he time traveled.
  • The final color of Cole's Kessler costume is similar to Sasha former lover of Kessler. 


  • His third color for Demon Killer resembles Vergil from Devil May Cry 3, and his fourth color resembles Nero from Devil May Cry 4.
  • His Shirtless costume might possibly be based on the starting and unlockable costume by the same name worn by the original Dante in DMC3.

Ratchet & ClankEdit

  • Ratchet's second color for Pilot Suit is based on his default armor (the Holoflux armor) in Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time, his third color is based on the Commando suit from Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando, and his fourth colo ris based on Ratchet's first appearance with the yellow shirt and red boots resembling his fur and grind boots respectively.
  • Ratchet's second color for Holoflux Armor is based on the Ectoflux Armor from Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time.


  • His third color for Million Monkeys resembles Jimmy/Hikaru, Spike's cousin and protagonist of Ape Escape 2.
  • His fourth color for Million Monkeys and the possibly the third color of Special Event Suit are based on Natalie/Natsumi.
  • His fourth color for Special Event Suit resembles Specter.

Evil ColeEdit

  • His third and fourth color for Courier Outfit mark the first time Cole has worn white while in negative karma.
  • His fourth color for his Reaper costume is based on the Reaper Conduits from the first game.
  • His fourth color for Evil Among Thieves could be a small reference to good Cole in the original inFAMOUS.


  • His third color for Black Raiden is based on Gray Fox, from the first Metal Gear Solid.


  • Her secondary color for Hekseville Heroine and The Dark Kat are based on one of her original concepts.
  • Her third color for Sea Kat is similar to Yunica.

Isaac ClarkeEdit

  • His second color for Arctic Surival Suit could be a reference to John Carver.
  • His red based costume color for the Advanced RIG is a reference to Isaac's Scorpion Suit DLC, available for all versions of Dead Space 1.
  • His blue based costume color for the Advanced RIG is a reference to Isaac's Obsidian Suit DLC, only available for the Playstation 3 version of Dead Space 1.
  • His green based costume color for the Advanced RIG is a reference to Isaac's Elite Suit DLC, only available for the Xbox 360 version of Dead Space 1.


  • His blue robe and silver armor for Olympic Robes, Olympic Armor, and Young Zeus could be referencing his brother, Poseidon.
  • Two alternate colors of his main costume make him similar to a sculpture or a golden statue.
  • His second color for Olympic Armor could be referencing his spirit form from God of War III.
  • Blue-tattooed Kratos.
  • Fear Kratos
  • Princess Muffintop
  • Krimzon Guard and Elite
  • Freedom League Guard
  • Jak imprisoned in Jak II.
  • Cole with neutral karma.
  • Kessler 4th color.
  • Vergil color.
  • Nero color
  • Ratchet's original appearance.
  • Reaper Conduit.
  • Gray Fox.
  • Yunica.
  • John Carver.
  • Scorpion Suit.
  • Obsidian Suit.
  • Elite Suit.

A video about Costumes Related Easter Eggs:

Fourth Wall Easter EggsEdit

A Fourth Wall Break is a term used to describe fictional characters who are aware that they are on a video game, a comic or a TV show, and make actions that directly interact with the public. Here is a list of the fourth wall breaks present in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.

  • Kratos' losing Outro I Will Have My Revenge shows him punching the camera repeatedly. This is very likely a nod at God of War III, where Kratos beats Poseidon to death and the beating is mostly shown through Poseidon's perspective.

Character SelectionEdit

  • Some characters technically speak to the player when it's being selected:
    • Sweet Tooth: "Right choice"
    • Fat Princess: "You, me, and cake!"
    • Radec: "As you wish."
    • Dante: "Nice choice, let's do this!"
    • Raiden: "Let's wipe 'em out!"
    • Spike: "Let's clean this place up!"
    • Nariko: "We shall reach the promised land." "I won't fail you."
    • Emmett: "Good choice!"
    • Zeus: "You have chosen wisely, mortal."
      • Unused lines from the game also break the fourth wall considerably, with Radec telling the player to "make them pay", Fat Princess calling the player her hero, Raiden stating that lighting and the Ripper are on the player's side, and Nariko telling the player that she is the player's to command and that they fight as one.
  • Sweet Tooth is seen using a DualShock controller during his Level 2 Super, Death by Missile. He controls the missile using it, imitating the player's input as he does so.

Intros & OutrosEdit

  • In Sly Cooper's Intro Shhhh, Sly sneaks around, turns to the camera, and does a "Shh" gesture.
  • In Jak's Intro This Isn't A Game, Daxter appears and knocks on the screen. The name could be a reference to Jak 3, where Seem says "This isn't a game!" and Jak and Daxter look at the camera.
  • Zeus' winning Outro Insolence! has him lifting the cameraman. Additionally, his losing outro for Now You Know My Power! has him grabbing the camera and throwing it to the floor.


  • Zeus calls the Rival Arena a "mortal child's play-thing" during his Rival cutscene. Taking in mind that the stage is meant to represent the PlayStation Brand, Zeus is essentially correct.
  • After getting killed and respawning, Dante would ocasionally say "Come on! Round 2!" and Isaac would sometimes say "Thanks for playing!" after getting a successful kill.
  • Polygon Man could be breaking the fourth wall when he says, "You've been practicing," possibly referring to the player and not just the character.

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.