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God of War Ghost of Sparta

God of War Ghost of Sparta review

Ghost of Sparta is the second God of War title to appear on the PSP and once again Kratos is very very angry. Instead of going to see a counsellor about his issues once again he decides to unleash his rage using his Blades of Athena and a number of other artefacts he collects from the Gods along the way in order to find his brother Deimos. The game’s pretty much a case of if it ain’t broke don’t fix it so if you’ve played any of the games on the consoles or the handheld you’ll know what to expect....

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Ico and Shadow of the Colossus for the PS3

Rumours abound that after the announcement of the older God of War games being re-mastered in HD, the same thing could happen to gaming classics Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. These beautiful games were two of the best on the PS2 but could do with better framerates at times. Let’s just hope the rumours are true. Buy God of War now New: Buy God of War from Amazon.com Related: God of War Chains of Olympus review

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God of War 3 review

Apparently, God of War III finishes right where god of War II ended. I don’t know because the second game was far too long and hard and I lost interest before I could finish it. Anyway, Kratos is climbing up mount Olympus on Gaia’s shoulder as he goes after Zeus for a final time to get his revenge. Of course, things don’t go quite according to plan and once again Kratos falls into Hades, has to find a way out and kick the living crap out of lots of enemies he didn’t quite kill properly last time around. If you’re...

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God of War 3 bonus games

God of War fans can delight in a new release for the PS3 before God of War 3 comes out. The double pack will feature the first and second game, both with a bit of spit and polish, running at a constant 60 fps. Related: God of War Chains of Olympus review, Heavenly Sword review

God of War Chains of Olympus

God of War Chains of Olympus review

Because there is nothing coming out this week I’m reviewing God of War: Chains of Olympus. There are two good reasons for doing this. First of all I haven’t got round to playing it until now and secondly it’s a good game so listen up. Once again you play the Greek badass Kratos as you explore new lands to save the world from eternal darkness. If you’ve played either of the other titles on the PS2 you’ll be right at home here and be able to jump into the action immediately. The game’s a mix of arena battles and puzzle...