Wow Sony actually dropped them, this is the first I've heard of it. The main problem with this game was the characters, but if Sony was backing SuperBot changing studios wouldn't have done much. SuperBot making Super only kills work in a brawler (or just in a game in general) was ground breaking. Also having a game that was kind of a combination of a fighter and a brawler was pretty interesting, and a good portion of the other things in the game were at least alright (like the levels and items, and the quiz level was pretty innovative). I think it's a pretty big mistake to let them go. It had its good points, but the PS3 was filled mostly with around mediocre and crap titles, and this was one of the systems few saving graces, even if it didn't last that long or wasn't that popular.
Uhhh, are you afflicted by any mental disorders by chance? The PS3 is filled with mostly mediocre games? It has by far the best exclusive line-up of this generation.
Yes, my therapist costs 599 USD a session and he helps me to stop my hallucinations of Giant Enemy Crabs.