The North American box art for the upcoming retail release of Prince of Persia Trilogy HD on the Playstation 3 has been revealed.
So glad its coming to retail, downloading it takes to much space. Im picking it up day 1 now.
eBay'd the overseas one. I like this box art but you can still make out the prince's ugly face from that terrible Forgotten Sands game. Old Trilogy owns.
don't expect anything new its just barley HD i feel like or maybe these games are so old that they look kind of ugly in HD but great games though can't waite to get ico/sotc in hd along with beyond good and evil any new or MGS hd collection or jak HD collection
I dont know if you guys are aware but Splinter Cell collection, Tomb Raider trilogy and Prince of Persia trilogy will all be releasing on March 22nd. Personally i think they should have spread this out, but as a trophy whore i will be platinuming all of these! muhwhahahahaha
tomb raider as well o.o? damn i got more then 9 games im getting in march plus the 3DS lol good thing its tax season in march
i like the boxart for the canada/america release
Win! Time to plat this baby
Now you can watch the Prince go from GQ to Emo in one game.
will rent or buy this game for sure
when all else fails, including the reboot's reboot "forgotten sands", you can resort to selling nostalgia to better a franchise. Splinter Cell Trilogy all the way! actually, they also had several failed attempts at recreating what made the originals so fun (both conviction and double agent). Same thing goes for the tomb raider series, although I was never big into those games due to Lara's robotic handling. now if the new NEW tomb raider reboot fails, then can revert to selling "Underworld" and "Legends" as a combo pack.
I agree with the first post. SOO glad this coming in physical format. I have 500gig HD on my PS3 but I still avoid downloading games. I always prefer the actual physical format. I will definitely be picking this up for sure.
Should be good!
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