God of War: Ascension's single player campaign could be the best we've seen yet - GameZone preview

GameZone's Matt Liebl write, "Let's face it, when it comes to God of War, despite the emphasis on Ascension's new multiplayer component, fans really want to know more about the single player campaign. Unfortunately, Sony Santa Monica Studios has been keeping it under wraps, but don't let that trick you into thinking the studio has ignored the game's roots. In fact, it's quite the opposite actually. God of War: Ascension's single player could be the best we've seen yet, and my hands-on with this portion of the game proves it."

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subtenko1940d ago

Day -1 if we can get it a day early :)

StrongMan1940d ago

My copy is already paid for.

Dwalls11711940d ago

Their Is just soooo much going on right now.....ps4 to be announced. ...god of war coming next month OMG !!!!! Is this what heaven is like

BigStef711940d ago

Lmao seriously PlayStation has literally taken over this site. Thats pretty awesome lol

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strigoi8141940d ago

audio on this with my home theater...Man im in beast mode same as this game

Irishguy951940d ago (Edited 1940d ago )

Saw the first 30 mins earlier, God of war 3's first 30 Where alot better

But this "Upon pressing R1, you can grapple an enemy, at which point you are free to use them to your advantage. You can choose to keep them tethered, rendering them useless as you attack other enemies, or you can use them to deal damage to others as you toss them at oncoming creatures. "

adds a much much needed mechanic to the stale gameplay

FunAndGun1940d ago

The only thing stale here is your comments.

TheFallenAngel1940d ago

Good to hear. God of War never disappoints.

KUV19771940d ago (Edited 1940d ago )

Actually I(!) think the third part disappointed heavily. Sure they had great graphic, sound and epic fights, but the story was terrible. Even the PSP-parts had much better story. The story in GoW3 didn't make a lot of sense.

I just hope they didn't only spend time with improving the technicalities but returned to a great tragic (and logic) story.

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