MGS4, DMC4, And More Become PS3 Greatest Hits

By Spencer . May 28, 2009 . 7:28am

image Last E3 Sony announced a handful of games as value priced Greatest Hits titles. Sony is getting this year’s Greatest Hits line up out the door early.


Metal Gear Solid 4 which went on sale for $59.99 less than a year ago will be half price starting June 16. Red striped PlayStation 3 Greatest Hits games cost $29.99 each. “We’re looking forward to making this group of best sellers even more accessible to consumers, while we continue to deliver more value to the overall PS3 platform,” said Scott A. Steinberg, Vice President, Product Marketing at SCEA.


Here’s the list of games joining the Greatest Hits banner.


  • Army of Two (Electronic Arts) – Fight along side a teammate to become the deadliest TWO man military outfit a government can buy. To survive, players must bring down a vast Private Military Corporation conspiracy – where the good guys and the bad guys are one and the same. Rating: “M” for Mature


  • Battlefield: Bad Company (Electronic Arts) – Set in the near future, the Battlefield: Bad Company single-player campaign drops gamers behind enemy lines as part of a squad of four soldiers – risking it all to go AWOL on a personal quest. Rating: “T” for Teen


  • Devil May Cry 4 (Capcom) –Devil May Cry 4 immerses gamers in a gothic supernatural world, where a new protagonist clashes with a familiar hero. As the new leading man, Nero, players will unleash incredible attacks and non-stop combos using a unique new gameplay mechanic, his powerful “Devil Bringer” arm. Rating: “M” for Mature


  • Gran Turismo® 5 Prologue (Sony Computer Entertainment) – With more than 50 million units shipped worldwide, Gran Turismo is the world’s most popular racing franchise.  Developed by Polyphony Digital, Inc, Gran Turismo 5 Prologue sets the standard for unprecedented realism in the racing category with its quality of design and physics technology. Players can race, either online or offline, more than 70 meticulously detailed vehicles on tracks from around the world. Rating: “E” for Everyone


  • Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (Konami) – is the final chapter in the saga of Solid Snake which sends him around the world in pursuit of his arch nemesis, Liquid Ocelot. In his final mission, Snake must sneak deep into enemy locations in the Middle East, South America, and other corners of the earth to foil Liquid Ocelot plans for total world domination. Rating: “M” for Mature


  • Ratchet & Clank® Future: Tools of Destruction (Sony Computer Entertainment) – An orphan of the universe, Ratchet has never known anything of his Lombax origins. When an alien tyrant, driven by an unexplainable hatred for Lombaxes attacks Ratchet and Clank’s home, the two heroes are thrust into an epic adventure where they discover that Ratchet’s past is the key to the galaxy’s future.  Rating: “E 10+” for Everyone 10 and older

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  • Akimitsu

    I’m really glad to see Ratchet & Clank on there, as the price was one of the things putting me off on finally picking up the game. I’m really surprised the first Uncharted hasn’t been slashed in price, but I’m sure the 160GB bundle is what’s holding that one back now.

  • Army of Two? Really? The other five are solidly designed games, but Army of Two is such a silly mess that’s it’s kind of the odd man out here. Oh well!

  • Aoshi00

    30 bucks is a bargain for games like MGS4, too bad I’m always too picky about packaging I could never stand the greatest hits box, I would get the original even if it’s more expensive. Alrdy have MGS4, Ratchet, and DMC4, I too wish Uncharted would be on there..

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