God of War – PlayStation 2

February 22, 2016 - Comment

  Unleash the power of the Gods and embark on a merciless quest as Kratos, an ex-Spartan warrior driven to destroy Ares, the God of War. Armed with lethal double chainblades, Kratos must carve through mythology’s darkest creatures – including Medusa, Cyclops, the Hydra and more, while solving intricate puzzles in breathtaking environments. Driven by

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Unleash the power of the Gods and embark on a merciless quest as Kratos, an ex-Spartan warrior driven to destroy Ares, the God of War. Armed with lethal double chainblades, Kratos must carve through mythology’s darkest creatures – including Medusa, Cyclops, the Hydra and more, while solving intricate puzzles in breathtaking environments. Driven by pure revenge, nothing can stop Kratos from achieving absolution.

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Terry Mesnard says:

Near Flawless Do you remember that thrill when you played Devil May Cry for the first time? That experience that was familiar in some aspects but so different in a completely bad ass way? The opening moments of God of War exceed that thrill. In fact it brings to mind what comedian Dane Cook would call a BAMF. I’ll let you do the math. 

Josh Perkins says:

god of action holy crap this game is awesome! i was skeptical at first, but then i started seeing all the good reviews in magazines, so i had to go out and pick me up a copy and see what all the fuss was about. and i couldn’t be happier that i did. 

B. Convery says:

Play it with your shirt off. That’s what I’ve started doing. It’s a game that drips testosterone from marble columns of Athens to (but not quenching) the infernals of Hades. There’s not much happy in Krato’s Ancient Greece. Well, strike that. Maybe Aries is happy because he’s ripping Athens to shreds. Fires, thunderstorms, Aries’ steel clanging, while the helpless humans fire arrows at the God of War unleashed. Pah! Human Arrows. It’s like trying to put out Hades’ flames by blowing bubbles. 

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