2 HD Collections that Need to Be on PS4
While there have been many games that have gotten their own HD collections on PS3 and PS4, there are also many that haven't reached the newest generation of consoles. Here's a look at two of those series, God of War and Dead Space, and why they're prime candidates for HD collections on PS4.
God of War Saga
So everyone has heard of God of War and has loved every violent and bloody second of it. During the PS3 era, the world was handed the God of War Saga, which had every main title and spin-off title of Kratos' epic adventure in one neat bundle. The collection included five games for the price of one, and it was as epic as the Ghost of Sparta himself.
With the power of the PS4 Pro, bringing all of Kratos' rage into glorious 4K would be just what he needs. We already have God of War 3 on PS4, but it's not enough to quench our thirst for vengeance on the gods of Olympus. Sony needs to get their butts in gear and bring us this collection -- not only for the veteran players but also for newcomers to the series.
This would be an amazing way to lead into the new God of War that was announced at E3. This collection should run for $40, just to make it easier to replay the entire series to get ready for the new game. Plus, it'll be a great way to save money while making a great gift for someone.
The next series that needs an HD collection is . . .
Dead Space: Deep Space Collection (PS4)
Yeah, the name for the collection is made up, but it sounds like a badass name for a collection for this epic sci-fi survival-horror series. Dead Space is a series that was as fun as it was scary. The lore was deep and interesting, the enemies were horrifying and deadly, and the main character, Issac Clarke, was just a normal guy that got caught up in some screwed up ish.
The first three games were released for PS3, so the graphics were on point for their time. Having all three games in one bundle (like Bioshock: The Collection) would be a no-brainer. If Bioshock was able to make it work, Dead Space can knock it out of the park with ease. I believe the series will be rejuvenated and bring fans old and new back to the twisted war against the Marker and the Necromorphs.
With HD collections being pushed out more and more with great success (e.g. Crash Bandicoot N'Sane Trilogy, Bioshock: The Collection), these two games can easily come to the PS4 family and rock the lives of gamers. If they ever release these collections, best believe I'll buy the hell out of them.
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