Submitted by -Mezzo- 1103d ago | preview

IGN - Where God of War: Ascension Draws the Line on Violence

IGN - Not counting a brief foray into mobile, God of War: Ascension will be the sixth game in the series’ short seven-year lifespan. In that time, Kratos has fought some of the most intense battles in videogames, while also taking gory disemboweling and delimbing to a new level of detail. At a press event in New York I spoke with David Hewitt, game design manager for Sony Santa Monica, about the game’s hallmark violence, the difficulty of making sequels, and whether game mechanics can be used primarily for emotional reasons. (God of War: Ascension, PS3)

mewhy32  +   1103d ago
It's God of War. There is no limit to the violence ROAR!!!

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