Submitted by Esperino 888d ago | review

God of War: Ascension Review | Esperino

He’s torn through rival armies as a Spartan general, spilled the blood of his own family whilst under the influence of Ares, formed and broken allegiances with the gods of Olympus before bringing his own legend to a dramatic close in the seminal God of War 3.

Now Kratos takes us back to the beginning to experience his first big adventure as he faces the brutality of the Furies – a trio of sisters known for their skewed sense of morality and torturous methods.

We’ve come to understand his ambitions pretty well over the years with a heavy helping of main games, handheld outings and high-def re-releases, but is God of War: Ascension an adventure too much for this surly anti-hero? (God of War: Ascension, PS3) 8.0/10

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