Buy Total Recall Blu-Ray, Get God of War: Ascension Demo

_God Of War Ascension

While the rest of the world will have to wait until January to play God of War: Ascension’s demo, those who buy Total Recall on Blu-Ray will get in on the action on December 26th, the day Total Recall goes on sale.

The single-player demo is the same one Sony showcased in June at E3. The Blu-Ray will come ready with a PSN code that once redeemed, will unlocked the demo download.

How was that movie, anyway? Anyone of you saw it?

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5 Comments on "Buy Total Recall Blu-Ray, Get God of War: Ascension Demo"

  1. Ghost250 December 17, 2012 at 9:00 am -

    that movie was so much garbage. im not much of a movie-buff anymore considering practically all movies are just reboots or remakes or older movies, film adaptions to books, & CGI Animations. but man that movie sucked no wonder they are putting GOW demo packed with it. at least when packed GOW3 demo with district 9 the movie was actually good. what the hell happened to the film industry, i mean there is millions of people out there and hardly any of them come up with original ideas for movies anymore. talk about a decline.

  2. Ernice Gilbert December 17, 2012 at 9:08 am -

    Wow, I’m staying away, then. Haha.

  3. Ghost250 December 17, 2012 at 11:31 am -

    hey ernice check this out i think we finally got a an actual worthwhile update coming for PS3.

    http://n4g.com/news/1140413/ps3-game-patches-can-now-be-downloaded-in-the-background

  4. Ernice Gilbert December 17, 2012 at 12:00 pm -

    @Ghost: Oh wow, that’d be good. I’ll put up a story now. I barked mild words at my PS3 last night! Sony had better make PS4 more user-friendly. The stupid dashboard is too cumbersome!

  5. nick December 18, 2012 at 5:35 am -

    total recall was not that bad.
    it was nice to see the original movie remade with todays capabilities.
    no one was expecting it to be half as good as the original.
    its certainly better than most of the other reboots done this year.
    whats the point though, whos going to buy the movie just so they can play the demo a few weeks early?
    the demo was allot of fun, but its not THAT much fun!
    no thanks, ill just wait till the game comes out thank you very much.

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