Sony has once again dusted off two of their PlayStation 2 classics and updated the graphics and game play this time for a release on the PlayStation Vita.
Hey remember when the God of War Collection made its way to the PlayStation 3? You may have to think back a little, like to 2009 when Sony revamped the original God of War and its sequel God of War II with general game play improvements and HD graphics. Well history has again repeated itself today now that Sony has once again dusted off these PlayStation 2 classics and updated the graphics and game play this time for a release on the PlayStation Vita.
This time around the game play changes should be a little more apparent than they were in the PlayStation 3 version since this time special attention was paid to utilize the Vita’s touch screen (something the PlayStation 3 simply didn’t have). Outside of that little change to the game play fans of the series shouldn’t expect to find too much else has be changed, God of War is still just as visceral and graphic as it always has been.
Best of all is that you don’t even have to wait for a distant release date. The God f War Collection has already arrived at retailers both far and wide for $29.99 and if you get it from the PlayStation Store, you’ll get the PS3 version for free via cross buy (and vice-versa). The down side is you’ll need a larger memory card in your Vita since it’s a 15.5Gb download.
Source: PlayStation Blog