Father-son dynamic makes 'God of War' - The Toledo Blade

The Blade's Will Harrison: God of War is an expressive tale of how two very different people mourn a loss and cope with an inability to understand one another. On many occasions I found tears welling up in my eyes, as the game juggles this violent world with heartful storytelling. There is a shocking amount of heart here for a franchise whose cultural touchstone before this was ridiculous violence and eye-roll inducing sex scenes.

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FallenAngel1984236d ago

If only Marcus Fenix were as amicable with his son as Kratos is

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goathouse774236d ago

I really genuinely love the story, character and world building in this game. They are right up there, neck and neck with The Last of Us, but I think it's important to point out that the combat engine in this game is easily the best thing it has going. It's a total package, though, definitely.