Excerpt: Sony has been on a pretty amazing roll. In the span of just over a year, the company’s first-party lineup for the PlayStation 3 has included the likes of Killzone 2, inFamous, Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, MAG and Heavy Rain. That’s an impressive bunch.
Excerpt: Kratos’ scars haven’t yet healed and we can already admire his wounds in HD. In part three of the saga we again get to control master Kratos who’s got some unfinished business with the gods above.
Conclusion: God of War 3 is fantastic, and has at least three scenes that are utterly magnificent. Design and gameplay-wise, it's absolutely stunning. The downside is that it doesn't have that clear cut perfection that its predecessor had; the polish shine that brilliantly lit up our eyes when we first enjoyed...
Excerpt: Of all the iconic video game characters, Mario, Sonic, Master Chief, Samus, Link, etc, Kratos is one of the most recent and certainly the most vicious. Created for the original IP God of War on the Playstation 2, Kratos has become a Sony mascot, wielding a path of bloody destruction that carved him...
Excerpt: Summary [9.8 out of 10] Picking up right where part 2 left off, God of War 3 brings the trilogy to a close in the best way possible. Carving his way through what is left of Greek mythology has never been this good.
Excerpt: God of War III on the PS3 is simply beautiful. The God of War series has always set the bar very high for production values, even back when it was on the PS2. But on the PS3, the developers were able to push so much more out of the system than they ever could on the last gen stuff.
Conclusion: Now that Kratos’ trilogy has finally come to a close and we’ve experienced the whole story, it has definitely all been worth the wait. God of War 3 offers one of the finest visual presentations to date on the PS3, and delivers a pure adrenaline rush of kicking ass and taking names.