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Introducing The PlayStation Collections

Posted on Monday, August 6 @ 08:22:05 Eastern by Keri_Honea

Sony will indeed make good on that PlayStation Collections rumor, as they announced this morning that they will be kicking it off with HD collections of God of War and inFamous. The God of War PlayStation Collection will consist of all three console games and both PSP games--Ghost of Sparta and Chains of Olympus--as well as "exclusive bonus content." I can't deny the fact that I'm seriously considering trading in my own God of War collection now and picking this up.

The inFamous PlayStation Collection includes the two console games, the PSN standalone Festival of Blood and yet another vaguely phrased "extra missions." This collection will also include "additiona in-game content," such as character costumes, power-ups, and "weapon styles."

Both collections start at $30, and can be purchased in pieces or a la carte via the PSN. Sony promises that more news about these Collections will be coming in the next few weeks, which says to me, "Gamescom."

Which Sony franchises would you like to see bundled together and remastered for HD?
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