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Newest PS3 Collection is Killzone, includes HD Killzone 1

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Everyone loves Killzone 1, right?

After announcing (and in most cases releasing) InFamous, Ratchet & Clank, and God of War collections, Sony has announced a new game collection in that same style. This time it's Killzone, and it includes a previously-unseen version of the first game.

The collection includes the two native PS3 games, Killzone 2 and Killzone 3, and also an HD remaster of the original PS2 game. There's no word yet on whether the first game will be available separately, but it seems likely to get an individual PSN release.

The collection also includes all of the DLC map packs for Killzone 2 and 3.

Killzone Trilogy hits North American shelves on October 23rd for $39.99, and European stores "soon."

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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (September 06, 2012)

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