Articles tagged with: God of War
So here we are with another Deals of the Week, and the first for July 2010!
As many of you know, both England and the United States went out of the last 16 in the World Cup last weekend, and so if you’re a football/soccer fan, we think you may need a little cheering up.
It is another week of PS3 deals and as ever we have a great selection to show you.
You probably know the drill by now, but if you don’t here is how it goes: We find the best online game deals for the PlayStation 3 and then tell you all about them. Two deals are selected for the UK, and two for the US.
It’s a well known fact that – by and large – games are awesome. However, there’s nothing quite like sitting down and reading a good book.
If only someone would combine our love of gaming with our love of reading…
Here we are with the last ‘Deals of the Week’ for April 2010. This Friday, as every Friday, we deliver to you our readers our favourite PlayStation 3 game deals from across the Internet, including an incredible deal for Super Street Fighter IV fans…
Last month we brought you news of a mystery God of War related website that – while creating intrigue – really didn’t have much in the way of information as to what it was about.
Well, we have been checking that website everyday and at last something has happened. So are we any more clued up as to what’s going on?
It’s common knowledge that movie tie-ins come under much more scrutiny and criticism than any other type of game. Most would argue (perhaps justifiably) that this is thoroughly deserved, and that they can never replace such blockbuster titles as Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and God of War III. On this front I would have to agree, but why exactly is this the case?
Free stuff is good, but free God of War related stuff is even better. Fans of the epic trilogy have woken up to a nice surprise this morning – as Sony has made the God of War Trilogy soundtrack free to download.
By Zeus’s beard – that’s a good deal!
Mutinies. Hardware wars. Dying consoles. Tax laws. A month in the games industry can cover a variety of headline-catching topics, but these should never steal the attention away from the true stars of the industry – the games.
A new patch for God of War III has been released. Kratos is pleased.
Hurrah! Another mystery website/countdown has popped up onto the Internet, causing flapping of arms and scratching of heads.
This one involves God of War though – so colour us interested.
Over on the EU blog, Sony have confirmed that the God of War Collection (which was released in North America on November 17th), will finally be coming to the PAL region at the end of April, and cost €39.99/£24.99.
God of War 3 was released on Friday, resulting in Sony sending out people with branded t-shirts and tents to get the word out to as many people as possible.
We managed to send someone along to check it out.
Forget scaling Mount Olympus, that is but a mere hill compared to Kratos’s latest feat – slashing his way to the top of the UK charts.
Was there ever any doubt?
God of War III – just uttering those few words raises the interest level of any gamer, regardless of whether they are PS3 owners or not, such is the legend of the franchise thus far.
But does the latest and final leg of Kratos’ story offer the experience that PlayStation 3 users crave, or is it a case of dressing the same old game in new clothes?
This might be the most epic trailer ever made.
On Spike tonight, there’s a televised God of War trivia competition.
The winner’s prize? A custom God of War 3 console.
A few days ago we told you about the cut ending from God of War 3.
Now the game’s director, Stig Asmussen says that if it did return, it would be free.
In a statement likely to terrify every developer in the world, God of War III director – Stig Asmussen – has commented that the engine they used to run the game is running at no where near full speed.
This begs the question – just what more can be done this generation?
Since the release of the E3 demo, people have been drooling over Kratos’ beautifully rendered face.
But since the release of that demo, things have changed.