God of War HD Collection PlayStation Network
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God of War and God of War II are often named as two of the greatest games ever to grace the PlayStation 2 console. If you've yet to experience them, or fancy taking a trip down memory lane and playing through them again, this is the perfect opportunity.
This bundle features both games, each souped-up for PlayStation 3 with remastered High Definition graphics and Trophy support. So now you can enjoy Kratos's gruelling quest to defeat Ares, the God of War, and his subsequent attempts to change the course of history with every action packed moment looking incredible.
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God of War 4
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Fantasy adventure game Sorcery sees players step into the robe of a young sorcerer's apprentice who must use his newly acquired magic skills to vanquish the evil Nightmare Queen and her minions. It makes full use of the PlayStation Move motion controller, mirroring real world movements in-game as players conjure spells, mix potions, solve puzzles and locate exotic treasure in a bid to save the Faerie Kingdom.
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The Last of Us
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The Last Guardian
It may be shrouded in mystery, but as the latest title from the creators of PS2 classics Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, The Last Guardian is perhaps the most feverishly anticipated PS3 game yet. Combining action adventure, puzzle and exploration elements, players assume the role of a young boy who must befriend a giant, feathered beast if he's to escape from a setting resembling the ruins of an expansive castle in a fantastic, high fantasy world.
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Yakuza: Dead Souls
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What do you think? Are there any more games you'd like to see on the silver screen?
PS3 Games We Can't Wait To Play In 2012 (24/01/2012)
2011 was a fantastic year for PS3 exclusive games, featuring the likes of Killzone 3, Resistance 3, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One, Uncharted 3 and LittleBigPlanet 2, to name just a few. 2012 will also of…
Today brings news that Universal has hired two new writers to work on its long-gestating God of War movie, while, film industry bible Variety reports that Square Enix has teamed up with CBS Films to a…
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