God of War PSP Entertainment Pack Unveiled

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Picking up where the Star Wars Battlefront PSP bundle left off, SCEA, from their Destination PlayStation retailer conference, has announced the God of War PSP Entertainment Pack. This limited-edition bundle will feature a special “Deep Red” PSP slim with Kratos’ sneering mug silkscreened on the back, a copy of God of War: Chains of Olympus (duh!), Columbia Pictures’ comedy Superbad on UMD, and a voucher enabling the free download of Syphon Filter: Combat Ops from the PlayStation Store, all for only $199.99. While Chains of Olympus ships next week by itself, though, the bundle won’t be available until June. Hit the jump for more pics.

“God of War is one of the biggest PlayStation franchises, and with its portable premiere on PSP just around the corner, we wanted to offer something special that would appeal to both loyal God of War fans and non-owners who want to enjoy PSP’s multi-functionality,” said Scott A. Steinberg, vice president, product marketing, SCEA. “This bundle delivers great value, starting with the ‘Deep Red’ PSP – one of the most highly sought-after colors based on our consumer research – and the Kratos silkscreen. We’re also showcasing the diverse entertainment experience PSP offers, centered on a UMD game in God of War: Chains of Olympus that’s every bit as impressive as its console sequels, a free download of IGN.com’s 2007 PSP Multiplayer Game of the Year – Syphon Filter: Combat Ops, and a box office hit movie in Superbad.”

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