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God of War: Ghost of Sparta Coming November 2, Pre-Order Bonuses and Hardware Bundle Announced

by Xav de Matos, Aug 02, 2010 12:00pm PDT

Kratos' second, blood-soaked handheld adventure, God of War: Ghost of Sparta, is slashing its way on to U.S. store shelves on November 2. Developed by Ready at Dawn, the PSP-exclusive takes place during the time where Kratos still held the title as God of War.

Beginning today, fans who pre-order the title at participating retailers will gain access to the "ultimate DLC pack at launch," which includes PSP and PS3 Themes and Avatars, the game's soundtrack, an in-game "Legionnaire Skin" and a video roundtable featuring all of the creative directors throughout the life of the series discussing the franchise in front of a live audience.

For users contemplating the destruction of mythical creatures, but lack the proper tools, Sony is also bundling Ghost of Sparta with a red and black, two-tone PSP-3000. The bundle includes a copy of God of War: Ghost of Sparta, a download token for Ready at Dawn's God of War: Chains of Olympus, Kick-Ass on UMD and a 2GB Memory Stick Duo for $199. That's a lot of blood in one package, folks.





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  • Isn't it telling that they love PSPGo so much, but they never bundle their hottest games in with it as a bundle pack or create custom colors for it? Wouldn't it be easier to include the game preloaded on a PSPGo? Instead, they push the 3000 again with another unique color.

    I know why they do this, but I wonder if they realize how transparent it makes even THEIR dislike of their own (supposedly) premier version of the handheld.

    With the 3DS coming early next year and the PSP2 almost certain to follow before the end of next year, I think the PSP is overpriced. Yes, even the non-crippled one.