Gamedaily writes: From the makers of Daxter comes God of War: Chains of Olympus, one of the PSP's greatest games. Not only does it provide a solid continuation in the ongoing action series, but also plenty of monster smashing fun.
The surprise here, though, is how fluid the controls feel on the PSP. Without a second analog stick, you might think that Chains of Olympus would have a difficult time keeping up, but all of the functions work surprisingly well. Sony and developer Ready At Dawn cleverly utilize the PSP's face and shoulder buttons.
In addition, Chains of Olympus' presentation is simply incredible. The visuals are stunning, with excellent animation, riveting backdrops, insanely good lighting effects and other nice touches. One highlight of the game occurs during a fog-laden stage in the city, where Kratos must work his way through with a torch. Watching these bits of fog break apart to the power of light is just plain awesome. Furthermore, the game maintains a thirty-frames-per-second speed, never slowing down or coming to a halt.