God Of War Saga Ps3

God of War is an action-adventurevideo game series, the first era of which was loosely based on Greek mythology. Debuting in 2005, the series has become a flagship title for the PlayStation brand and the character Kratos is one of its most popular characters. The series consists of eight games across multiple platforms; the first seven make up the Greek era of the series. Five of the Greek era games have been re-released through three separate compilations for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) platform: God of War Collection (2009), God of War: Origins Collection (2011), and God of War Saga (2012). With the exception of God of War III in the God of War Saga, each collection features remastered ports of the games that were not originally released on the PS3. God of War III was later remastered as God of War III Remastered and released on PlayStation 4 (PS4) in July 2015. God of War: Betrayal, God of War: Ascension, and God of War (2018) are the only installments that have not been remastered for a newer platform or included in a collection. Each collection was praised for how the games were remastered, as well as their price. IGN claimed that the God of War Collection was the "definitive way to play the game[s]". God of War Collection prompted Sony to make a new line of remastered games for the PlayStation 3 (which expanded to the PlayStation Vita and the PlayStation 4). Although the Origins Collection was criticized for its lack of new bonus content, IGN said that "Sony succeeded at making good games better." For the Saga, Digital Trends claimed it is "perhaps the best value buy for any console available." Bluepoint Games(PS3)Sanzaru Games, Mercenary Technology[7](Vita). WW:Sony Computer Entertainment. NA: November 17, 2009[2]. JP: March 18, 2010[1]. AU: April 29, 2010[3]. EU: April 30, 2010[4]. NA: May 6, 2014[5]. EU: May 9, 2014. AU: May 14, 2014. JP: May 15, 2014[6]. God of War Collection is a remastered port[8] of God of War and God of War II for the PlayStation 3 on a single Blu-ray Disc that was released in North America on November 17, 2009.[2] It is the first game under Sony's line of "Classics HD." [8] The collection was included in the God of War III Ultimate Trilogy Edition, released on March 18, 2010, in Australia and New Zealand, and on March 19 in Europe. It was released in Japan as a stand-alone on March 18, where it was distributed by Capcom,[1] and was later released as part of the God of War III Trilogy Edition, which included God of War III and God of War Collection, on March 25. It was released as a stand-alone in Australia on April 29[3] and in Europe on April 30.[4] At the 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), a PlayStation Vita version of God of War Collection was announced,[9] and it was released on May 6, 2014, in North America, May 9 in Europe, May 14 in Australia, and May 15 in Japan.[5]. Sony's Santa Monica Studio—the games' original developer—ran a sweepstakes in November 2009 for the release of God of War Collection. The grand prize was an autographed "Gold" disc, exclusive artwork created and signed by a God of War team member, a Limited Edition Kratos T-shirt, and a limited edition 10 inches (25 cm) figurine of Kratos. First place prize was a copy of God of War Collection signed by the development team. Winners were announced in December 2009.[15][16]. On November 2, 2010, God of War Collection was released as a digital download on the PlayStation Store.[11]PlayStation Plus subscribers could download a one-hour trial of each game.
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