God of War Collection to be Released on the Vita May 6

Cory Barlog, the man responsible for bringing us God of War 2, what I believe to have been the best third person action game on the PS2 has just announced that the God of War Collection, which consists of God of War 1 and 2 will be released for the Playstation Vita on May 6th for $29.99. While this isn’t the first time that you could play God of War on the go as Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta were released on the PSP they didn’t capture the same epic scope that the main line console games were able to achieve. There’s no word on frame rate, or whether this is the same up-scaled version of both titles that was packaged in last year’s Collection.  The Vita is significantly more powerful than the PS2, so here’s hoping that the technical disappointment of the Metal Gear Solid Collection on Vita won’t be repeated on these two gems which are extremely dependent on low input latency and a high refresh rate.

Click here to see the announcement on the Playstation Blog

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Eliot Rolen

Eliot Rolen

While I've traveled the world since the tender age of 6 I have never been far from the world of video games. I currently live in the Netherlands and aim to provide an international perspective on gaming culture to the ravenous audience of Dual Pixels. My favorite genres are first or third person action-adventures and western role playing games. That being said, I play everything I can on my PS4 and PS Vita.

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