God of War Collection brings the nonstop action of God of War and God of War II to the PlayStation®Vita system for the first time ever! In God of War Collection, experience the brutal world of ancient Greece as the legendary Spartan Kratos seeks revenge on Ares, the God of War, and tries to accomplish what no mortal has ever done… alter the course of Fate itself.
Features: God of War and God of War II on one PS Vita memory stick Remastered at HD resolution Full PSN Trophies Support for each Title.
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Game Director Todd Papy will announce something in regards to the next God of War game on April 30, 2012 at 8:00am PDT. The announcement will be made live and you can watch it right here. Continue reading “God of War: Ascension LIVE Announcement”
Kratos has a past reputation of beating the living snot out of people that get in his way. Continue reading “The Ghost of Sparta vs. King Midas”
The God of War series began with the first game on the PlayStation 2 in 2005. Continue reading “God of War Collection – A PS3 Review”
If there ever were another reason for getting District 9 on Blu-ray beyond the movie being bad ass, this is it. Continue reading “District 9 Blu-ray DVD to feature God of War III demo”
David Jaffe may not be a household name, but just so you know, he’s the genius designer behind the Twisted Metal series for the Playstation and is also known for God of War. On his blog over here, he was seen criticising the guys who make games for Marvel’s movies and their comics, too maybe. Now that he mentions it, who makes those games anyways?
Man speaks the truth as he opens his blog post with the following lines:
Please stop putting Spiderman games in big open sandbox environments where you swing around and do oh so slight variations on 4 pretty dull mission types (chase/race/collect/etc) and then once in a while toss in a boss fight and/or a somewhat unique mission.
I mean seriously, we get the point: we get to swing around and stuff, but please; more emphasis on the stuff and less on the goddamn swinging.
Jaffe demands that Marvel’s comics are ace, but the games are terrible and the biggest problem here is that they are “POWER-BASED” and not “STORY-BASED”. Marvel’s comics are known for their great stories and scripts, as he mentions the big man Stan himself. You’d wish the games would follow suit, but they have to be ridiculous affairs that throw you into this huge story with repititive missions and lack of any sort of direction whatsoever.
Check out the post!