Summary: The contents are the two games created so far by Team Ico, instruction booklets and serigraphs printed in both discs are very beautiful. This two games are accompanied by a small book full of illustrations and sketches, also brings four or five never seen before TLG images.
Summary: Do yourself a favor and experience these masterpieces if you haven't already. Heck even if you played them, they are now remastered for the PS3 on one disc. There's quite nothing like Fumito Ueda's brilliance in game design. Gems like these are few and far between.
Summary: If you have not played this game in PS2, then you absolutely MUST play it on PS3. It is one of the best games I have every played. The quality is extraordinary and the story rather captivating. I can play this game over and over without getting bored. Forget the minions, this is all about boss fights. ONLY boss fights, actually. But the travel to get to each of them is breath-taking, and makes this game one-of-a-kind and a MUST HAVE for gamers.
Summary: Remember back when "Artisic" games involved actual gameplay and not running around a space looking at pretty things? These two are undying relics of that age. Ico, more of a puzzle game than a action game, has you literally holding the hand of a blind girl, trying to lead her out of a castle complete with traps, and shadow creatures trying to take her back.
Summary: Ico was one of the most engaging and immersive games of its time, despite its lack of popularity. Still, its haunting design and groundbreaking system of having to take care of a companion that couldn't do anything without you has made it an enduring classic. Now in its updated glory, it's a game worth buying even for those who have fond memories of the original.
Summary: Shadow of the Colossus is a game I would describe as epic. The number one thing it succeeds at is being fun. The game puts you in the shoes of Wander, a young man whose female friend has recently died. Wander goes to the temple in the forbidden land to ask the god-like entity Dormin to resurrect his deceased companion. Dormin accepts, but only once Wander agrees to kill sixteen large creatures, known as Colussi.
Summary: These classic games are from a time when graphics were not great and controls were clunky as hell. Of course this is a comparison with current generation games. I may have enjoyed this collection more if the games had been remade rather than re-released.