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ICO & Shadow Of The Colossus HD Collection

Released on 30 September 2011

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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Two of the most critically acclaimed PS2 games of all time have finally made their way to the PlayStation 3. Like God of War 1 and 2, Ico and Shadow Of The Colossus have been remastered in HD and will give many gamers who haven't played them before the chance to experience these two classics by Team Ico.
  • Ico and Shadow Of The Colossus on a single Blu-ray disc
  • Remastered for HD Resolution
  • Full PlayStation Network Trophy Support
  • Full 3D Compatible
  • Relive two true gaming masterpieces in High Definition on PlayStation 3
  • Immerse yourself in two incredible adventures filled with innovative and groundbreaking combat, strategy, exploration and puzzle solving
  • Take on the role of a courageous boy and save a princess in ICO
  • Battle mythical beasts In Shadow of the Colossus on a quest to seek the truth about an ancient tale of power hidden in a strange land
  • Explore two of the most critically acclaimed PlayStation 2 adventures, remastered in High Definition on one Blu-ray disc
  • Discover a thrilling new game experience thanks to stereoscopic 3D and trophy support

customer Reviews

 Average rating (11 reviews)

 Best. Collection. Ever.

| | See all assfez's reviews (7)

If you knew what these games were you would have bought them already. Fact.

Rendering this review redundant.

 amazing

| | See all ljhrocks's reviews (11)

I never got to play either of these games on the PS2, mainly because I was still a child then and my parents were only willing to buy me about 3 games a year. But now as an employed adult I thought I'd see what the fuss is about. So far I am greatly impressed. I'll start with ico. This game is just amazing and rather than talk about the many things it did well I will mention it's only fault: the climbing system. The animation of climbin ropes and chains is. Quite sloppy, but other than that the game is pretty much perfect. As for shadow of the colossus, so far it also has only one fault and that is the horse. Controling the horse can be a bit awkward at times, but you do get used to it. It can be annoying when you are climbing up a colossi and they keep moving, knockin you off balance, but that is a good thing as it adds to the tention and makes slaying the beast more satisfying. All in all they are both amazing games and the only valid complaint that anyone can ever say without me wanting to slap them in the face and send them on a walk of shame is that they seem to be quite short. Ico has a trophy to finish it in 2 hours. That being said, it seems like it will have great re play value when I go back to get that trophy and the fact that you het two games in one prevents that from being a deal breaker. My advice is to buy this game and if you don't enjoy them both then you should probably get your head examined

 Just Brilliant

| | See all DanElvins's reviews (10)

Both of these games are just brilliant, back on the PS2 many people missed these and now is the perfect oppertunity to try them out, and for dirt cheap too, this is easily one of the greatest game collections of all time.

 Must-play and a grandiose effort!

| | See all musy31's reviews (26)

This collection has 2 of the best games to come out on the PS2.

ICO is an amazing game containing quiet and somewhat disturbing although very lush environments which gives an eerie atmosphere to the whole game. The bond between the 2 characters is very wonderful and helps give you a reason to complete the game. The graphics have been updated wonderfully and do a great job to allow you to play this game on your PS3. All-in -all this first game is a masterpiece that can't be missed despite it being very simplistic in its mechanics.

Moving on to the next game. Whereas ICO relies solely on its atmosphere and narrative to help you enjoy the game, Shadow of the Colossus relies on its amazing gameplay as well as the wonderful environment to keep you engaged. Killing the 16 Colossi will give you a wonderful sense of achievement and will keep you coming back to it more than once. If you thought Ico was good, then you are in for a massive surprise as Shadow of the Colossus is a much, much better game which gives you an even stronger reason than Ico to complete the game. The bond you establish with your horse is also immense and helps give the game that special something which is missing in many games from this generation. The graphics for this game have also been updated brilliantly yet again and makes this game more playable than it already was.

Overall, this whole collection deserves your attention because you are getting 2 classics for a very good price. Yes they are PS2 games but are very unique in their own right and deserve to be played by everyone, especially the second game, though I do recommend playing Ico first to see how the game developer evolved over time.

 Pretty impressive in 3D

| | See all Frankyle's reviews (21)

having read the rest of the review, there's not much I can add, only thing that made me write this was seeing no one else mentioned anything about the 3D and all I can say is if you thought, little or nothing at all could be added to these games to make them any more beautiful than they already were on ps2, the HD revamp and the added depth and surprisingly enough even some POP-OUT bits in 3D make them simply "perfect" ...a MUST own!

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Rating12+ (PEGI)