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God of War Collection Review  October 29, 2019 – 07:38 am

Perhaps more than any of its franchises, God of War stands out as the most looked-upon series in Sony's library of fantastic titles as even people who don't own a PlayStation system take a look at what Kratos is up to every time new info hits. While we still have some four months to go until we can get our hands on God of War III, the wait is being made a little bit easier with the release of the God of War Collection.

This compilation contains both God of War I and II ported over to PlayStation 3 code. This means that you don't need a backwards-compatible PS3 to play them as the collection is actually a native PlayStation 3 title, despite the content being completely untouched. While the games remain identical to their original releases, one big thing here is that they both now run in HD, and simply because of the resolution bump, they've never looked (and even played) better.

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As I mentioned, the core games remain identical to their original releases. The textures, models, animations and everything else are exactly the same that you'll see on their PlayStation 2 counterparts. Rather than trying to improve a diamond, Bluepoint and Sony Santa Monica left the content alone, and I for one am pretty happy about this.

Now, one element of gameplay that has changed very slightly is that both titles feel smoother to play thanks to the increased framerate. While God of War I and II both ran pretty well on the PS2, their framerates weren't perfect and there was screen tearing aplenty. There's none of that here, and because of it, Kratos feels a tiny bit more responsive. It's a subtle difference, one that you might only be able to notice if you've played the original versions recently, but it is indeed a nice improvement.

The boss battles remain some of the best in gaming.

Given that God of War I and II have been out for years now, there's not really much new that I can say about the gameplay, though it's certainly worth mentioning that both titles hold up very, very well. Both games are every bit as fun as they were upon their release, and despite having finished both of them a couple times already, I still had an absolute blast slashing mythological beasts over and over again. Even compared to other games on the PS3, the scale and scope of the experience is virtually unmatched to this day. If you want to know the nitty-gritty details of the games, read our original reviews for God of War and God of War II.

Source: www.ign.com



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