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God of War: Ascension Legacy Bundle includes red PS3, every God of War game

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The ultimate PS3 bundle may have just been announced. It’s so big, I perhaps should have used a capital U with ultimate. If you need the system, the God of War: Ascension Legacy Bundle will soon be the ideal starter bundle. It has absolutely everything a new PS3 owners could want – system in a unique color, a 500GB hard drive, a month of PlayStation Plus and all six God of War games.

We’ll start with the system, since it’s pretty awesome. The God of War: Ascension Legacy Bundle comes with a Garnet Red PS3. You don’t see these often outside of Japan. In fact, I think it’s really safe to say you don’t see unusual color PS3s practically ever. It’s rare and this model packs in the aforementioned 500GB hard drive and a month of PS+ to see what that service is like. It also has a matching DualShock 3 controller.

But the God of War: Ascension Legacy Bundle is also notable for the collection of games included. It has every God of War game. You get the newest installment, God of War: Ascension, but you also get The God of War Saga and God of War: Origins Collection. The former has all three PS2 and PS3 installments prior to Ascension, so you get God of War, God of War II and God of War III, while the later has the HD ports of the PSP entries God of War: Chains of Olympus and God of War: Ghost of Sparta. You will know everything about Kratos, except perhaps his favorite novel, with this bundle.

Of course, such greatness comes at a price. The God of War: Ascension Legacy Bundle will cost $349.99. Considering what you’re getting, it isn’t too bad, but it’s still quite expensive. You have just over a month to decide if you want it, as it comes out March 12, 2013.

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  1. That’s an awesome bundle but I don’t have any use for another PS3 when my old one’s still running strong. But I do want to replay the old games while I’m waiting for Ascension’s release in March. With that in mind I’ve added the God of War Collection and God of War III in my Blockbuster @Home queue. Being an employee of DISH, I make sure to try out all the different services and products we come out with. So when DISH released Blockbuster @Home, I gave it a try and I have to say it’s been better than I expected. I used to all the games I wanted to, and at sixty bucks a pop my bank account hated me for it. However, once I started renting them from Blockbuster @Home instead, with its flat-monthly cost, I was amazed at how much cash in my budget it freed up. I’m actually using that extra money to save up for a new flat-screen!

    Nosgoth1979