Excerpt: A game featuring melee weaponry without some sort of fluid and satisfying movement just isn’t possible these days. It’s an almost obligatory feature, which is a necessity if such games want to stay up there with the big boys.
Conclusion: And talk about precarious: how about Kronos, letting off a little steam after driving stakes through the skulls of an angry trio of Hydras, turning the cold shoulder on the two naked women who just occupied his bed. There are a couple of scenes of nudity in God of War. Does it work? You decide.
Summary: One of the most outstanding games on PS2.
Pros: The most fluid, inventive, and kickass gameplay in a long, long time., The incredible graphics are near the pinnacle of what the PS2 can accomplish., The epic musical scores along with the excellent narration and voice acting work magic. God of War's audio is perfect.
Excerpt: Occasionally a first-party title makes it to market that is actually worth an immediate purchase, and out of the three key companies – Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo – Sony has probably managed to bring the most unique, original titles to its console, including
Excerpt: Special games are rare; the kind of game that grips you from the start and doesn't let go; the kind of game that you never thought was possible on the system you are playing it on; the kind of game that you can't stop talking about, even to your friends who don't care one bit about the games you...
Conclusion: Finally, I would like to end saying that this game is one of the best experiences in a game I have had in a very long time. While it could have been a bit longer, I think it ended just right.
Excerpt: There really isn’t much need for an introduction for this game. By now everyone should know that God of War kicks a major load of *ss. God of War takes place during the old Greek mythology days, when the Gods roamed the earth.