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God of War: Collection by Sony Computer Entertainment




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  • Blood and Gore
  • Intense Violence
  • Nudity
  • Sexual Themes
  • Strong Language
God of War: Collection is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 72.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Category: Action , Adventure
  • Players:1 Player

Product Details:

Two Epic Adventures of Conquest, Destiny, and Vengeance, God of War and God of War II, return for the first time on BluRay Disc! In God of War: Collection, you will experience the dark world of Ancient Greece through Kratos, a brutal warrior determined to murder the God of War and alter what no mortal has ever changed... fate itself.

  • God of War I and II on one Blu-ray disc
  • Remastered at a resolution of 720p
  • Anti-aliased graphics for 60 frames per second gameplay
  • Full PlayStation Network (PSN) Trophies Support for each Title


Game Details

Number of Players
1 Player

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Game Informer Rating:

Rated 9.5 out of 10 by Game Informer.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from You cant beat the classics. This game is so amazing. I love it. The combination of greek mythical gods and a guy who wants to hack and slash everything that moves!
Date published: 2015-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from compare it to the year it came out this game is good i love it but it gets a bad rep from people that are basing it off the new games. this game came out for the ps2 if you like going back and playing the old games give it a worthy rating for its time.
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from a lot of action i like it and i thick that this game is................................u decide if it is good or not
Date published: 2014-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Classic This game is great . great story good game play but the combat can get a little repetitive. But other than that AMAZING game
Date published: 2014-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Getting revenge is so much fun. I absolutely despise reviewing games years after their release. However, as a person who doesn't buy brand-new games often, I don't have much of a choice. Regardless, since this is a collection of two separate games, I will review them as so. In God of War, you play as Kratos. Without spoiling anything (which is pretty hard), you fight through waves of Greek mythological creatures to eventually obtain revenge for your target's actions against you. Accordingly, that target is Ares, the Greek god of war. While killing a god seems like an impossible challenge, the trek there is a satisfying experience like no other. God of War is a beat-'em-up hack-in-slash. Using Kratos' swords (attached to his hands by chains as a result of punishment), you will chop, beat, and rip your way through hordes of enemies. And there are incredible boss fights that remind me that modern gaming is not yet entirely devoid of them. As the game progresses, you can upgrade your abilities and every aspect of combat, including the damage you can inflict and how much you can take. And there are plenty of puzzles to solve throughout the game. There is also a generous amount of environments in this game, including a siren-ridden desert and temple containing Pandora's Box. God of War is incredibly gory and raunchy, but remains a satisfying experience nonetheless. I specifically appreciated that God of War follows the Greek mythology very closely and integrates an original plot utilizing it. This was a PS2 game, so no one should expect Bioshock-esque graphics. The developers have improved them considerably and there are now no frame rate issues unlike in the 2005 PS2 game. All positive qualities, some puzzles are a little to difficult, especially in the context of this game, one I consider to be mostly about hacking and slashing your way through various types of enemies. While God of War generally manages to dodge an expected repetitive nature, but I still found a hint of it in the over-the-top combat. God of War is a masterpiece. Not once was I bored or angry with the game. The experience kept me enthralled the entire time. Also in the package is God of War II. Once, again, you are put in the boots of Kratos who is now the God of War. But, of course, the game needs a conflict right? Kratos becomes war-happy, which is something the other Gods at Mount Olympus are not appreciative of. Kratos spends his days often smashing cities to smithereens even while the citizens themselves are fighting against each other. (As a god, Kratos can be 1,000 feet tall, which makes destroying cities so much easier) Zeus, the God of Gods, has had enough of Kratos' war-like nature, something I found to be ironic. I figure: isn't the God of War supposed to encourage wars? I guess Zeus finds tradition to be unworthy. So Zeus takes away your powers as a god and you are now the vengeful, angry, and yelling-everything-at-the-top-of-his-lungs human you once were. Going over gameplay would be like going over that of two side-scrolling Mario games. It's very much the same, but you eventually acquire new powers and new weapons, something unseen in the last installment. For example, one of the new powers is wings that help you cross different platforms, as well as a segment where you get to ride on the saddle of Pegasus. God of War II does mix up the basic game's mechanics, which is very welcome, adding a breath of fresh air. Also new to the franchise in this installment are titans, a very intriguing part of Greek mythology. Titans really increase the sense of scope in the game, given their...titanic quality. One section of the game requires you to traverse the area outside of Atlas' body, merely showing you what the PS2 was capable of. Of course, now we have God of War III and Ascension, pushing the PS3's power to the limit, but that doesn't take away from God of War II's expansive environments. And once again, this collection improves the original game's frame rate and makes the graphics very crisp and clean, along with the sound. All this being said, the puzzles are still incredibly frustrating, as well as some boss fights. While I enjoyed every single one in the original, some of these had me pulling my hair and yelling at my TV, especially the final boss fight. However, when you beat the last boss, satisfaction overwhelms you. At the end of day, God of War II is everything God of War was, but with more diverse content. Still leaning on Greek mythology, God of War II tells a unique story. However, it uses time travel, an element of story-telling that it must use cautiously. God of War II can get confusing with it, but it still weaves an interesting tale once again in the boots of Kratos. With the God of War Collection, you get God of War and God of War II. While there is no extra content, this re-release polishes up the two games included in it, thus making for a more streamlined and refined experience. This is indeed a must-have for any PS3 owner that did not play the originals. If you have, however, and still own the two games on PS2, you have little reason to buy this collection. That being said, God of War and God of War II are excellent games all their own. I would go as far as to say that God of War is Sony's shining star.
Date published: 2013-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best game ever this is G!!!! God of war is my favorite game to play nice gamplay the sound is ok but the graphics stink but i wont argue this is a boss game to get and play!!!
Date published: 2013-06-24
Date published: 2013-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good I played them on my old PS2 system and I loved them they were lots of fun but i sold it. so having th expiernce on my PS3 system makes me happy. I found lot's of joy playing with my freind's and what not. the priceis fair and the gaming is fun my only problem is I can't go back.
Date published: 2012-11-06
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