ICO & Shadow Of The Colossus Collection

ICO & Shadow Of The Colossus Collection


PlayStation 3
Sony Computer Entertainment
Team Ico
Ported By
Bluepoint Games


Game Rating

User Ratings: 129

Our Review: 10/10

ICO & Shadow Of The Colossus Collection News


  • Feature ICO At 21 - Remembering Fumito Ueda's Seminal PS2 Classic


    ICO is a video game that makes me feel things. Things that I can’t quite describe. Ever since I first stepped foot in the castle’s plundered hallways, heard Ico’s footsteps echo through the abandoned corridors, and practically felt the gentle breeze roll through its silent, long-forgotten courtyards, it’s a feeling I just haven’t...




  • News God of War Collection and ICO HD Now Available For Remote Play

    Vita only, PS3 patch required

    Yesterday we reported that a patch for ICO HD Remote Play was on the way, and thankfully for those that want to try it out the wait was particularly short. It's been confirmed on the PlayStation blog that updates are now available in North America and Europe not only for ICO &

  • News ICO HD Remote Play Patch On The Way

    A portable beauty

    Sometimes taking a classic and re-releasing it in a HD remake can be considered to be a bit of a cash grab. But when you take two wonderful PS2 games and make them even more special with upgraded visuals, as was the case with ICO & Shadow of the Colossus Collection — or ICO HD — then it's really impossible to complain. It...


  • News Team ICO Loses More Key Personnel

    The last man standing

    The employee in charge of production on both ICO and Shadow of the Colossus has left Sony Computer Entertainment. Kenji Kaido shared the news on Twitter, declaring: "This August, I left Sony Computer Entertainment.” He added that he has no immediate plans, aside from a long summer vacation. It’s unclear whether Kaido has...


  • News Remote Play Functionality Being Added to New Titles

    On the go

    Remote Play is arguably one of the most underutilised technologies in Sony’s stable. The feature – which theoretically allows you to stream and control PS3 games from your Vita – is still only compatible with a handful of titles, but Sony announced plans to extend that during its E3 press conference last night. Four new titles will...