God of War: Ghost of Sparta PSP Looks Like a Pair of Jordans

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Is it just me or does the two-toned black and red PSP-3000 being packed in with the upcoming God of War: Ghost of Sparta Entertainment Pack look like an old pair of Air Jordans? No, it doesn’t actually look like a pair of shoes in shape, but the color scheme reminds me so much of kicks like these and these. Seriously, this PSP should be part of a bundle for NBA 2K11 instead seeing as Michael Jordan himself is the cover star, because, honestly, this color scheme does not make me think of God of War.

Either way, the PSP still looks hot, and the included content is grand enough to woo in new PSP customers. This is what you get for $200:

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* Black and Red Two-Toned PSP-3000
* God of War: Ghost of Sparta UMD Game
* God of War: Chains of Olympus PlayStation Network Downloadable Game Voucher
* Kick Ass UMD Movie
* 2 GB Memory Stick Pro Duo

Also remember that by pre-ordering the Entertainment Pack (or the standalone game), you’ll receive the Ultimate DLC Pack as another added bonus, which itself comes with the game’s soundtrack, PSN avatars, XMB themes and more.

God of War: Ghost of Sparta ships on November 2nd.

God of War: Ghost of Sparta Box Art Revealed [PlayStation.Blog]

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