Yes, yes, Dale has already gotten to play and review The Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection. The game isn't out until the end of this month, painful as that may be to hear. The folks at the PlayStation Blog have amped up the excitement with a post on the bundle's undeniably sexy reversible cover art.
In general these days, cover art is plagued by bright logos and text that many of us aren't particularly interested in seeing. This is especially true of compilations and titles that support any number of peripherals, which is why I can't help but make a big deal out of the remarkable cover shown here.
You nailed it, guys. Also, rest of industry? Go ahead and do reversible covers for your games, too.
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Live show: ICO & Shadow HD on Mash Tactics
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Live show: Ico & Shadow Collection on Mash Tactics
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Review: Anomaly 2
Don’t let the screenshots fool you: This isn’t the game you think it is. The first Anomaly was an unexpected sleeper hit that found a successful formula on flipping tower defense on its head by putting the playe...more