TVGB: "Last year Sony proved that the PS3’s HD upgrades go hand-in-hand with PSP, just as much as they do with PS2. Both the God of War: Origins Collection and port of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker displayed that."
They didn't miss an opportunity, this package has three fantastic games in beautiful HD, what more could you want.
I highly doubt they would put 6 games into one bundle] that said, Gladiator is coming as a PSN release.\, as outed by the Japanese trailer for the HD collection.
I didn't like Gladiator, I'm just interested in the main games. We're getting this here in Ireland on Friday and the US has to wait till October, that doesn't make sense. I suppose you could always import
totally agree. I liked secret agent clank, but was it a "big missed opportunity" to not include it? I think not.
the inclusion of the other R&C PS2/PSP games? :D lol
The only opportunity they are missing in my opinion is that they aren't releasing them for the vita.
Exactly what I was going to say, even if they put them on the vita PSN store, if anything I'd pefer to play these remakes on the vita.
I'm a huge Ratchet fan (Future Tools of Destruction was the main reason for buying a PS3), but I think Size Matters was terrible. I liked Agent Clank though. And Gladiator is kinda fun too. But the main trilogy in HD is more that I can dream of. And I also would like a PSV version.
Still undecided about this. I have the Sly Trilogy (a series which I'd never played before PS3), and have ben a fan of Jak and Daxter for a LONG time, and so thoroughly enjoyed the HD version of that series. And I do actually own the entire Ratchet and Clank PS2 series, but haven't really played them properly. Is it worth getting this version?
what??! size matters and secret agent clank are the worst ratchet and clank adventure EVER !! the trilogy is more than awesome i would love to see Gladiator in the ps store soon
They should put the PSP games on the Vita, as a Vita HD collection, it would make more sense.
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