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Cristian Cardona's Avatar + Posted by Cristian Cardona on Aug 06, 2012 // Associate Product Marketing Manager, Software Marketing

You folks may have read on the internets about our upcoming release of the Ratchet & Clank Collection. Well, we’ve decided to make August 28th an extra sweet shopping day by releasing it alongside the God of War Saga and inFAMOUS Collection!

God of War SagainFAMOUS CollectionRatchet & Clank Collection

Notice the shiny new things we’ve put on the packaging! What does it mean? Why does Ratchet look so good in green? The answer to most of those questions is that we’re officially introducing our Collections line with these releases on August 28th. Over the years we’ve had all sorts of great deals come your way and moving forward, this is how we plan on presenting them to our consumers. From August 28th on out, you’ll be able to easily spot these classic installments at retailers, as well as on the PlayStation Store, and know that you’ll be getting the greatest PlayStation has to offer — at the best prices around!

You should already know what’s in the Ratchet & Clank Collection, but here’s what you’ll find in the other two:

God of War Saga

  • God of War
  • God of War II
  • God of War III
  • God of War: Origins Collection (which includes God of War: Chains of Olympus and God of War: Ghost of Sparta)
  • Exclusive Bonus Content
  • Voucher For 1 Trial Month of PlayStation Plus
  • Remastered for HD, DUALSHOCK Control, Full PlayStation Network Trophy Support and 3D (3D supported only in God of War III and God of War: Origins Collection)

inFAMOUS Collection

  • inFAMOUS
  • inFAMOUS 2
  • inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood
  • Extra missions
  • Additional character costumes, power ups and weapon styles

Come August 28th, you’ll be able to pick these beauties up starting at $29.99! They not only come with some of the best and most memorable games in the PlayStation family, they’re also packed with a few additional goodies to make it worth your hard-earned cash. For longtime fans who may already have a few installments of these franchises, select titles from the Collections will also be available individually — without the extras — on the PlayStation Store.

Keep an eye on the Blog as we bring you some additional news in the coming weeks, about which games you can expect to get their own Collections this fall!

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+ vengeful_uchiha on August 29th, 2012 at 6:58 pm said:

Just bought the GOW collection today, I really should have read this article first. I will most likely return it tomorrow, because my PS3 is full. I really dislike downloading games due to the amount of space it takes. I should have looked at the back more carefully too. The 3D symbol really shouldn’t be out on the front cover and there is typo all over the back cover. According to the back cover 1, 2, &3 are on disc and the GoS & CoO are redeemable via voucher. After reading this article it says 1, 2, GoS & CoO are redeemable via voucher and 3 is on disc. So confusing, looks like someone forgot some quality control for accuracy. Definitely have to return this now. I’ll have to read more of your articles from now on so I don’t make this mistake again. I think some people like digital downloads while some prefer to keep their disc. I strongly recommend Sony keep that in mind.


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+ izual989 on August 29th, 2012 at 7:05 pm said:

I am with “Alexsos5″ what is the bonus content? The other collections have more specific explanations, but I’d like to know more about that bonus content too, please.


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+ kickiNutz on August 30th, 2012 at 4:33 am said:

@ 351, I picked this up today too and can tell you that GOW 1 & 2 are on one disc and 3 is on another, while the Origins games are in fact a DLC voucher. Which sucks for me as well since i’ve played and beaten the trilogy but didnt play either of the Origins on my PSP because the lack of a second analog. (although the Chains demo looked pretty nice on my tv through component cables)

@ 352, sorry I dont know either, I opened the box and got put off by the DLC voucher and decided to play the inFamous Collection instead..

And btw, no physical instruction manuals? I read it’s on the discs, but thats still kinda lame guys..


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+ CronoGuyver on August 30th, 2012 at 6:58 pm said:

Well now this is disappointing. I will have to return the Infamous Collection, I thought it had everything on the disc, but now I found out that it has a voucher for the inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood. My only reason of getting this collection was to have a hard copy of inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood; I have the other two games. But now I have no reason of keeping it.

I wouldnt even bothered to looking at this collection if it stated (like GOW Saga did) that it had voucher downloads for game content.

I dont like collections or GOTY that give voucher(s) instead of having all the content on the disc(s), I will never waste my money on them. It either hard copy or no copy.

Also in the GOW Saga it is stated that there is some other “Exclusive Bonus Content”. What is it?
And do not tell me that it is the 1 month trial of P+, because it is listed as a separate item.

Good thing that Ratchet & Clank Collection has everything on the disc otherwise I would be returning all three (technically two) collections; I returned GOW Saga right before the checkout, as soon as I saw the word voucher for download of content.


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+ GPatel26 on August 30th, 2012 at 9:22 pm said:

It says God of War collection is only $29.99 but its actually $39.99. WTF? Sony. Anyways, I’m still gonna the GOW saga. All 5 games exclusives, and 1 month PS+… this is an EPIC WIN!!!!! Gonna pick this up tomorrow at gamestop, thanks Sony for this!!!


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+ gontizzle on August 31st, 2012 at 3:08 pm said:

I picked up the Saga today, although I already own all the titles. Love the games. I mainly was SUPER excited for the God of War 3 3D support. I had read that it was a typo (almost a month ago) which was being corrected, but when I saw it ON THE BOX purchased at retail, I figured maybe it was actually included after all.

Alas, the typo is STILL on the box. Still no 3D support in GoW3. How did this get by? Huge letdown, Sony. Huge letdown.


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+ CronoGuyver on August 31st, 2012 at 7:10 pm said:

Guys, if you release the Infamous Collection and God of War Saga and any future collection releases with all DLC on the disc (no bloody vouchers), I am willing to buy them again; even if I already own the earlier releases.


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+ CronoGuyver on September 1st, 2012 at 1:41 am said:

By the way the Move functionality of the Infamous collection, is it out of the box or patch must be download of the PSN?


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+ wyldekat on September 2nd, 2012 at 8:56 pm said:

i read this article on the 6th of aug, when it was admitted gow3 in 3d was a typo. *fast foward to the 30th* i was gonna skip the purchase because of this but, low & behold!!! it says it DOES support 3d for gow 3!?! who should i believe? a blog post on the 6th or the packaging of the game on the 30th? (not to mention i remember reading interviews w/ stig stating he would’ve liked to implement 3d in gow 3.) i was clearly fooled, now i’ll take my $$$ back thank you.


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+ WhoAmI168 on September 2nd, 2012 at 9:47 pm said:

If you pre-order these collections, do they come with any pre-order bonuses?


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