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God of War Ascension PS3 Bundle Flows Red with the Blood of Sparta


I’ve been hanging on to my original fat, shiny, backwards-compatible PlayStation 3 in anticipation of the eventual release of the PS4 – but I might just have to run out and buy this newly-announced bundle when it comes out anyhow.


The God of War Ascension Legacy PS3 Bundle includes the new garnet red super-slim PS3 we mentioned a couple of weeks back, along with a large 500GB hard drive, and six God of War games. Heck, I didn’t even know there were six God of War games. Of course, Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta were PSP games, so I’m not expecting them to look stellar on the PS3, but you will still get the classic God of War I through III and the shiny new God of War: Ascension, due out this March.


The entire bundle will sell for $349(USD), and you can pre-order it now over at the PlayStation website or on Amazon. Note that the vertical stand shown is not included. Cheap bastards.

[via Nerd Reactor]

Comments (1):

  1. Throcken says:

    I will have to comment on this. I’ve been waiting anxiously for GoWA to be released ever since I first heard of it. The God of War series has to be one of the most epic and fun game-series created. I love it.

    Just like you I didn’t get my hopes up for Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta, but when the second God of War collection was released (which included both of these games as PS3 versions) I was stunned. They are somewhat like an extension for the first game. The graphics and the playability, are by far better in both God of War II and III, but none the less, both of these PSP games make an awesome 12h of spartan madness!

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