Team Ico Collection: Out 2011

The Team Ico Collection - a high-definition remastering of two of the PS2 generation's finest titles - will be out next year, the developers said earlier today at the Tokyo Game Show.

For European and American consumers, both games will ship on a single disc, as has been seen with the God of War and Sly remakes. As for the Japanese market, Team Ico is keeping mum for the moment.

Both games will be optimised to run at a solid 30 frames-per-second, while both have also benefitted from extensive re-texturing to ensure that their high definition debuts on the PlayStation 3 look as nice as possible.

As a treat for American and Japanese gamers, the European version - which had a different ending - will become the "universal" version, released across all three territories.

Both games will also be playable in 3D, should you have the tech.

The Team Ico Collection will be out Spring 2011.


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    The European version of which game had a different ending?

      ICO had a different ending in the PAL version where

      *Spoilers*

      Yorda and Ico eat watermelon together.

        Wait what? I (clearly) played the PAL version, and I don't remember that.

          After the credits, you wake up on a beach, and you have to pick up a watermelon and walk down the beach until you find Yorda and then you eat together. Youtube it.

    Another reason I'm happy I got a 3D TV however after playing in 3D for 3 weeks now its not something you can do for hours, 3/4 hour playing Avatar is the longest I've played for and I was a bit dizzy afterwards.

    It better be released in Australia the same time as the rest of the world.

      I wouldn't hold your breath. I'm playing it safe and importing.

    Not that I care alot for the tech, but 3D also!

    Nice...

    This is the first time I've considered getting a 3D TV. But, I may play through ICO and SotC first on a regular TV. Hopefully 3D TVs will be cheaper in a few years, and I can replay again.

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