Gaming Age: God of War III Review

"It's easy for a reviewer to say "not much has changed" in the game. It's honestly not true. Some of the basic moves and such are the same, and the theme of course, but the gameplay has evolved quite a lot when you really dig into it. It's readily apparent after playing through the God of War Collection and then jumping right into III. The techniques and strategies often do not work, and spamming the same powerful move over and over will usually lead to death... unless you take the easy way out and drop the difficulty when prompted. It still feels thoroughly like a God of War game, and that's really the most important part."

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aaronisbla3200d ago

another great review, making the wait even harder, thankfully FF13 is making it easier

Anorexorcist3200d ago (Edited 3200d ago )

Till I can get me some CHAOS with a beer!

A change in the wind3200d ago (Edited 3200d ago )

"It's easy for a reviewer to say "not much has changed" in the game. It’s honestly not true."

Spoken like a true gamer. I`d rather read these types of reviews, then stupid ass IGN reviews that moan and b*tch and whine and gripe and cry and complain about the smallest f*cking things, just so they can give a PS3 game a low rating.

TyroneJones3200d ago

Am I correct? Too bad it's not on metacritic

raztad3200d ago (Edited 3200d ago )

1UP A/A+ == 100 on meta. So I guess this will be the same.

Metacritic considers Gaming Age reviews.

N4BmpS3200d ago

It's probably on metacritic there are like usually hundreds of reviews but not all of them are listed all the time.

dachiefsman3200d ago

off topic: if the reviewer is the submitter, nice article. A couple of suggestions, try breaking up paragraphs and maybe break up your review into sections such as graphic, gameplay, story etc.

I mean that in a constructive way.

On topic: i am playing gow2 since my need is over flowing.

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