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Submitted by mynameisblair 705d ago | news

Ratchet: Gladiator HD Now Available, Doesn't Support Standard Definition TVs

It seems as though Sony might have taken the phrase “high definition remake” all too literally, as Ratchet: Gladiator HD won’t be playable unless you have an HD TV, unlike the three previous Ratchet reworks. (PS3, Ratchet: Deadlocked HD)

DaGR8JIBRALTAR  +   705d ago
For those of you out there still watching standard definition tv.......HA HA!
Ezz2013  +   705d ago
what's a ....standard definition tv?!

is it something that come and gone before dinosaurs ?!
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Gamesgbkiller  +   705d ago
I bought QForce digital but the game is not free for me ?

Can someone guide me?
shivvy24  +   705d ago
If I remember correctly, north Americans got this for free and the European region got motorstorm rc for free
Gamesgbkiller  +   705d ago
No.

They gave us this game too.

Anyway, They will send codes for the game for those who bought it before MAY.

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