Sony increases size of Greatest Hits library

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A keen eye over at the popular gaming forum, NeoGAF, recently spotted a Walmart advertisement that showed off several new games coming to Sony’s Greatest Hits lineup. One of those games is the critically acclaimed shooter, Killzone 2.

The complete list of new games added to the lineup are Killzone 2, inFamous, UFC Undisputed 2009, Resistance 2 and LittleBigPlanet Game of the Year Edition.

In case any of you haven’t had the chance to pick up any of these or you’ve already traded them in — you may want to pick them up again. The five titles added to the lineup are all very high quality titles and were great releases for Sony in the past.

Readers Comments (9)

  1. I’ll be picking up LittleBigPlanet Game of the Year Edition fo sho. I was never really interested in the 60 dollar price tag.

  2. VofEscaflowne March 31, 2010 @ 10:03

    I guess with the recent news that the Heavenly Sword developers didn’t even break even means we won’t see it be a Greatest Hit anytime soon. That’s pretty much the only game I was waiting for at this point. Good news on LittleBigPlanet though and with all the extra DLC you get at the 30$ price tag, it’s a steal.

  3. Nothing for me.

  4. Greatest Hits = Platinum for EU?

  5. That’s great news, I need another copy of LBP.

  6. I like the red style of the cases. the platinum games over here in europe with the grey yellow style is horrible but cant complain when u can get great games at low prices. got all those games anyway so no need to pick them up.

  7. haha
    i got ewry one of those games(exept ufc) in original release

  8. Moocows111111 March 31, 2010 @ 15:43

    Greatest hits = Lowered Prices Therefore = Awesome XD
    Good to know that Sony is increasing its Greatest Hits Collection.

  9. !

    LBP GoTY edition for 30????? holy crap…i may sell my regular one for this…..

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