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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 1199d ago | article

Pixelitis - Rage of the Day: The problem with God of War

(Editor's note: In this feature series, our staff gets the chance to let off some steam -Bennett- and talk about some of the more infuriating aspects of the games and systems we love. After all, not everything can be rainbows and sunshine. Also, SPOILERS!)

Greek mythology and videogames are two things I am very fond of. Naturally, one would think I am a fan of the God of War series, right? Well, it’s complicated. My relationship with the series is a love/hate one, and as each subsequent entry in the series gets released it has started shifting more towards the latter.

In an effort to come to terms with a series that is so exasperatingly enjoyable I have decided to create my own trilogy of articles detailing why I both love and hate God of War and how it could and should be better. (Culture, God of War, God of War 2, God of War 3, God of War Collection, God of War: Origins Collection)

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