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God of War: Chains of Olympus
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7 March 2015
Excerpt: Of Sony’s growing stable of first-party franchises, there is none currently bigger than God of War. Kratos took the PlayStation 2 by storm with his 2005 debut and then continued his Godly ascension last year in the sequel, God of War 2.
Excerpt: When it got known that Kratos would be making his first appearance on the PSP with God of War: Chains of Olympus, we suspected the handheld would be getting another top game. And that suspicion turned out to be completely correct!
Excerpt: God of War: Chains of Olympus is one of 2008’s biggest releases. This time around it’s a prequel to the original God of War and is made by Ready at Dawn Studios for the PSP. Kratos had huge success on the PlayStation 2 but the portable god killer just doesn’t cut the mustard (no pun intended).
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Excerpt: Few PSP games match the visual prowess of God of War: Chains of Olympus . In some respects, the PSP's entry into the series looks better than the console version. Levels are kept small, but still feel like they are part of something much bigger.
Excerpt: It’s a well known historical fact, (i.e one you get off the telly and internet) that nobody actually did anything in Ancient Greece other than drink lots of wine and kill people. It’s also widely known that they had proper Gods in those days, who didn’t balk at the idea of throwing a lightning bolt...