Following Sony's decision to release a range of greatest hits titles for the PlayStation 3 in Japan, the company has told GamesIndustry.biz that it's "likely" to do the same in Europe.
But I wouldn't hold my breath for now. I suspect we will see them here in the States in about 4 to 6 months or so. First being Resistance and RR7, then games like R&C, Heavenly Sword and Uncharted.
The dubbing "Greatest Hits" is better than "Platinum Hits".
But platinum IS the greatest. lol
Yeah, that might make me buy a few games I wouldn't have otherwised brought. Games like RFOM for one.
that game by now your just sad.
LOL I agree with THE_JUDGE,you are one sad PS3 owner seriously,RFOM is a MUST own by all PS3 owners! And yeah,release them here in North America also!;)
Hopefully they do everyone a favour and make the platinum covers look half decent instead of like garbage
... but I just hope they will rethink their decision to release Ninja Gaiden Sigma CUT. I hope they will now take this opportunity to release that game UNCUT, for the European audience, so people like me, who boycot censored products, can pick it up.
you could import the ps3 is region free
I never bought Heavenly sword or Folkore, wouldnt mind getting them
and would love to see them finally implement this here. Definetly get HS if you can get it cheap. Awesome game. I still want Folklore and if its $30 new, even better.
I'm surprised I never got HS to be honest. I loved the demo. The problem is I have a 360 and Wii too so there are still a bunch of games I want for all 3 consoles.
It's going to be a small range (To start with).lol Before anyone has a go i'm loving my PS3 but a Platinum range shouldn't be on the go yet, they should be concentrating on getting their big hitters released and giving us the games we're all waiting for.
A lot of these games are in great need of a price cut. Resistance should not be full price right now. And the same can be said for some other games on the other console too.
for the 75% of people who dont have credit cards
And even if they have cards (like me), they might not buy things online just because buying online doesn't feel so safe.
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