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Ico HD & Shadow Of The Colossus HD

 

 

Developer: Team Ico

Publisher: Sony

Release date: Spring 2011

Platforms: PS3

 

 

Features :

3d support

Reworked assets

Made by team ico themselves

Locked 30fps

Different ending for ico.

Trophies

 

 

BOX ART FOR USA

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Possible Box Art.(may be for pal)

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Ico

 

Ico​ (イコ Iko,? English pronunciation: /ˈiːkoʊ/) is a 2001 action-adventure video game published by Sony Computer Entertainment and released for the PlayStation 2 video game console. It was designed and directed by Fumito Ueda, who wanted to create a minimalist game around a "boy meets girl" concept. Originally planned for the PlayStation, Ico took approximately four years to develop by Team Ico. The team employed a "subtracting design" approach to reduce elements of gameplay that interfered with the game's setting and story in order to create a high level of immersion.

 

Images from HD Remastered ICO:

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Shadow Of The Colossus

 

Shadow of the Colossus, released in Japan as Wander to Kyozō (ワンダと巨像 Wanda to Kyozō?, officially translated Wander and the Colossus), is an action-adventure video game published by Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI) for the PlayStation 2.

The game was directed by Fumito Ueda and developed at SCEI's International Production Studio 1, also known as Team Ico; the same development team responsible for the cult hit Ico. Shadow of the Colossus is considered a spiritual successor to Ico.

Images from HD Remastered SOTC:

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Famitsu has confirmed that Team ICO’s hit PS2 classics ICO and Shadow of the Colossus are being remade for PlayStation 3.

 

The latest issue of Famitsu has confirmed that Team ICO’s hit PS2 classics ICO and Shadow of the Colossus are being remade for PlayStation 3. The index page of the magazine lists each game separately, which may suggest it’ll release in Japan as two separate titles.

 

A retailer leak from earlier today suggests that it’ll be bundled in other territories.

 

Update: The scan is in. The two-page spread showcases The Last Guardian, ICO, and Shadow of the Colossus. The scans confirm both games are HD remastered classics. Expect to hear more this week.

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Let them keep the games separate - they will make a killing by releasing this a few weeks before TLG a la GOW3 and GOW Collection.

 

Really hope the remastering is better than GOW remastering.

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Sexcellent Box Art. :dance: Will get this Day 1. :)

 

+1 to Bul , hope remastering is better than GOW remastering as GOW 1&2 didn't look that much better compared to their PS2 versions.

 

I wish someone remasters Shadow of Rome as well :samui: , maybe Capcom can add RE4 together as well. :(

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Dont think anything was wrong as such...just that the cutscenes were HD-ized or whatever, but other than that it looked pretty awesome!!!

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Of the two ICO will benefit most from upscaling. Game looks like sh*t on a LCD. SotC should be ok, it looked great as it was but at least it will get rid of the frame drops, it used to get pretty bad sometimes.

 

@nash Not exactly your kind of game. :P

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sorry for ot, but mind explaining what was wrong with the gow remakes? i was actually considering buying it.

i want to know this as well and i already completed both the games in the gow collection. the only problem is some of the pre rendered cutscenes look like a*s otherwise its a great port.

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