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Resistance Collection Unveiled, Get Ready To Shoot Down Some Chimera This Winter

Posted on Thursday, October 4 @ 10:11:45 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
So you've already got the God of War Saga and inFamous Collection, plus you're patiently waiting for the Killzone Trilogy so you can add another gold-banded box to your stack of PS3 games. Well fortunately for you, PlayStation fanboy, Sony has just pulled back the curtain on yet another first-party PS3 collection.

The Resistance Collection is now official and will arrive in stores sometime this winter. The package will include all three games as well as all of the additional DLC that was released for the second and third installments. All together, this compilation will set you back $39.99, a fantastic deal if you ask me.

It's only a matter of time before we see a proper Uncharted Trilogy to round out Sony's first-party heavy-hitters. Who knows, maybe we'll see a second Ratchet & Clank bundle that includes all of the PlayStation 3 titles, or perhaps a more comprehensive "saga" that includes them all?

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