94w ago - SCEA PR Manager Eric Levine shared a video trailer today announcing that God of War: Origins Collection Demo is hitting PSN this week.
To quote: We are now just over two weeks away from the September 13th launch of God of War: Origins Collection--an epic compilation of two of the most critically acclaimed PSP titles of all time, God of War: Chains of Olympus and God of War: Ghost of Sparta.
Since I know many of you can't wait to get your hands on this package, we're going to sweeten the deal a bit and let you play God of War: Ghost of Sparta early. PlayStation Plus members will have access to the our demo starting tomorrow, August 30th, allowing you to play Ghost of Sparta on PlayStation 3 in HD and stereoscopic 3D for the very first time.
This demo will then be available to the general public next week on September 6th. It's a treat playing both games with the DualShock controller, and they look and feel like they were always intended for the big screen. If you missed our PSP vs PS3 comparison video, watch it now for a deeper look at how we've enhance the visuals.
I'd also like to take a moment to thank all of our friends in the media for their flattering impression thus far. If you pick up the September issue of Game Informer, there's a great preview calling God of War: Origins Collection "a visual treat."
Thanks, as always, for everyone's support. Don't forget: the war begins on September 13th!
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hell yeah .these games will be kool.. hope they re a fair price in aussie psn store. like $15 for both.anything more is a rip off in my opinion!!.. i can't say i'll get them if they are dearer than that. they are old games remember .but if they're cheap i'll buy them straight up..
I already have these on my PSP ... but I must try this out on the PS3!! The gameplay is quite difficult on the PSP since there is no right analog stick and lets face it - the controls is not that user friendly if you compare it to the PS3 controller. Perhaps this is a lil warning (to myself) ... the games might seem alot easier on the PS3 than on the PSP ... I just hope that it will be just as great on the "big screen"