God of War is looking to make Kratos more than just a rageaholic with an axe. An idea that was inspired by Star Wars, believe it or not.
Kratos is back in a new God of War – but he’s a changed man. He’s being humanised, and he’s more interesting for it.
The new God of War won’t be one massive sandbox, in case you were thinking of doing some exploration between killing trolls.
The God of War is back. Kratos returns, and he’s got a son in tow.
Everyone’s favourite angry god slayer may be coming back, to take on the Nordic gods in a new adventure.
Kratos is back! He’s not back doing new things though – instead he’s back in a game you’ve played before, only now it’s smoother and shinier. Is it worth playing God of War III again?
God of War 3 Remastered might be the most pointless remake of them all, but it sure looks pretty in motion.
Yes sir, your favourite Greek god of of hyper-violent death and war is getting a tune-up for a PlayStation 4 release.
Remember how Kratos was in Mortal Kombat 9? Mortal Kombat X won’t have console exclusive characters like the last one.
He is the ultimate warrior, showing no mercy, weakness or compassion. He is rage incarnate, snuffing out the life of everything around him. He is Kratos.
The single player God of War: Ascension demo is now live, accompanied by this sexy launch trailer.
There is this video of the first half an hour of the God of War: Ascension single-player campaign I was so conflicted but I clicked it anyway, want to see?