God of War III
Greece is the word
Review The God of War trilogy spans two PlayStation generations, and God of War III could not look better - or prove the PS3’s abilities - in a more stunning way. This hotly anticipated HD bloodbath of guts and lost heads - sorry, Helios - is a godsend for Sony.
God of War III: revenge is a dish best served cold. With Houmus
God of War III takes place almost immediately after the end of the last game. God of War II finishes with Kratos rallying the Titans for one last battle against Zeus and the Gods of Olympus. God of War III starts as you approach the top of Mount Olympus on the shoulder of Gaia.
The HD opening sequence sets the scene for anyone who missed the last two instalments of the game, making it easy for a casual gamer to jump straight into this third incarnation.
Not a remake of Jason and the Argonauts
They'll certainly get caught rubber-necking - God of War III looks amazing. The 3D modelling, textures and environment all show how committed the developers were to pushing the boundaries. Finally a company has made the effort to give us what we knew in our hearts the PS3 was capable of. This is gaming on a whole new scale, with cinematic 360° camera rolls that offer a new level of immersion as you fight bosses perched on the shoulders of giants.
|God of War III is rated 18 / Mature.|
Re: Not that I'm complaining....
It started today, and there'll be a lot more coming.
Why not game reviews...?
What are you doing here, If you don't play video games?
If RH want to provide me with a game review, I'll consume and comment.
Personally think their actual 'Hardware' reviews are pretty good.
Gaming is hugely popular and I bet I'm not the only reader who owns a console?
Even if you only did buy the PS3 for the Blu-ray (You know who you are).
More game reviews and for those who don't play, please don't comment.
Gamers only please as I'm sure there are a few of us....
"your entire motivation seems to be killing a lot, kicking dogs and taking part in mini sex games. Where’s the empathy, or am I missing the point?"
Imagine you're a 14-year-old boy playing this game.
I think there was a long time where games were made for one and ported to the other and therefore were constrained by the lowest common denominator but Sony have finally lost enough money giving PS3s away that it's becoming economically viable to develop games that take advantage of its superior (flame suit on) abilities.
I love it
I bought a PS3 just for this game and I think it was well worth it but I don't see any games on the horizon that tickle my fancy and that aren't going to be released on the 360 aswell.