God of War creator David Jaffe Speaks Up After IGN Podcast Implies 'God Of War' Is Immature

The creator of God of War and Twisted Metal David Scott Jaffe has fired up his Twitter account to share his opinion about one of IGN's Podcasts from this week - in which is sort of implied that God of War is immature.

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1519d ago Replies(6)
PrinceOfAllSaiyans1519d ago

You don't "mock" a legendary franchise like God Of War. I bet those same people won't even beat Bloodborne anyways. Because IGN people suck at games, they really do.

Delsin_Rowe1519d ago

That review, show they lacked skills of passing the game even though they had an early copy and still cant pass it up to know while other reviewers finish earlier.

FanMan1519d ago

I never understood the hate GoW got for being violent. Especially the hate on Kratos for being, for the most part, a one dimensional character that is nothing but rage. I personally like that about the series. No game has ever made me feel more powerful than GoW. There is nothing wrong with enjoying them just like there is nothing wrong with enjoying mindless action movies. They are there for pure enjoyment. They dont need to be "deep" or "moving" for them to be good games.

iceman061519d ago

I agree totally. The story pretty much sets Kratos as a character that is hell bent on revenge...against some of the most vengeful, rage-filled gods of any pantheon. It would be IMPOSSIBLE to be anything else other than pure rage to succeed in that task. For lack of a better explanation, Kratos abandoned his humanity and embraced his inner Greek god. If you can't beat them, join them...then beat them!?! LOL

OrangePowerz1519d ago

IGN like the rest of the media should be ignored.

Sevir1519d ago

Mitch Dyer, is weird, certainly not among the best journalist at ign. I'm not sure what he is implying that it's a game you enjoy at 10 years old. By that logic, I'd imply that he's the result of questionable parenting. That game is way too suggestive, violent and tongue in cheek inappropriate for young kids, especially 10.

And if people at IGN agree with those views then my implications on Dyer extends to them as well.

I agree tastes in things change as you get older, but I can't see for the life of me that a 26 year old man who probably played God of War seven years ago can now delineate that the franchise is appropriate for a ten year old.

That guy needs to shut.

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