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God of War Collection: Beating PS3's to a pulp this Holiday season
by Joey Núñez
Sony sure has been full of announcements these past few months. A new slimmer, cheaper PS3; the UMDless PSPGo; Firmware 3.0 and a tidal wave of PS1 classics hitting the Playstation Store were just some of the videogame goodies which Sony has been feeding its fans. What more could a Sony fan ask for? How about some classic God of War, HD style? Our wish, Sony's command.

That's right boys and girls, Sony has announced that, due to repeated fan requests, the now-classic God of War and God of War II will be slicing and dicing a PS3 system near you this holiday season. The collection will be coming in a shiny new Blu-Ray Disc and will feature remastered graphics, with the series' famous gore and brutality now set to shock and amaze at 720p resolution.

Pretty new graphics don't cut it for you? Well, the Gods of Olympus have come prepared for you non-believers, and they offer you the almighty Trophies. I'm thinking killing your way through games 1 and 2 of the franchise should be a bit more fun when you get an extra trophy for ripping that Medusa's head off.

At $39.99, this collection is looking like a pretty sweet deal for franchise fans, who just can't wait to get their hands on God of War III next March. And for those of you who haven't experienced two of the best games the PS2 ever offered, this might be nothing short of a must buy.

No official release date yet, but we'll make sure to keep you posted. In the meantime, let us know what you think of this collection in the comments section. Gift from the Sony Gods? Or a collosal rip-off?


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- Joey Núñez

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