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Submitted by lifesanrpg 841d ago | news

God of War: Ascension will show the 'utterly complex' side of Kratos

GameZone's Matt Liebl writes, "Regardless of how well the God of War games have been received, there seems to be a perception that, from a character development standpoint, Kratos leaves a lot to be desired. There's a belief among some that he's a one-dimensional character capable only of expressing anger. Santa Monica Studios is hoping to change that perception with God of War: Ascension, the newest installment to the long-standing franchise and a prequel set six months to a year after the death of Kratos' family." (God of War: Ascension, PS3)

brbobcat  +   841d ago
I'm anxious to see where they take the character. The gameplay still seems cool, so it'd be nice to have a little more character depth
Dwalls1171  +   841d ago
Yes I think they will show exactly where all his rage comes from
Ezz2013  +   840d ago
i sure it will ...this game can't come any sooner :(

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