Posts Tagged ‘Kratos’
Play’s official verdict, right here, right now!
But only if you have Playstation Plus!
Superbot lead designer Paul Edwards laments the fact that he can’t hug every cat
When done well they’re amazing spectacles that punctuate great games, when done poorly they can nearly derail a whole experience. Here’s our pick of the best boss battles on PlayStation.
The five best bald men in games.
Sackboy, Nathan Drake and more are coming to ModNation Racers. But who do we want to see? And who do YOU want to see?
Kratos, Nathan Drake and Sackboy make their cases for the leading the PS3 after the jump
We take God Of War III and list six (don’t ask us why six and not five) things we would have done differently.
We won’t ruin what the actual ending is, but we will suggest some other endings that could have been used for Kratos’ “final” outing.
This may strike you as a stupid question. ‘Obviously it’s not better! How could it possibly be better?’ And I would agree with you, except it’s a question that refuses to leave my mind and I’m forced to confront the possibility.
Wow, the floodgates have really opened. Less than a week after a wave of new images for God Of War III emerged even more arrive, this time featuring Gaia. As you may know Kratos ended God Of War II leading the Titans in an assault of Mount Olympus and begins his latest quest on the back of Gaia as she ascends the peak.
Sony may not have made a big announcement with fanfare and decapitations and goats and another new trailer, but it’s being widely reported that the shipping date on major US retailer Gamestop’s website, 16 March 2010, is indeed correct
Taking some time out from his busy schedule of shouting and tearing the heads of things, Kratos has been kind enough to pass on his Christmas wishes to Play, asking us if we would pass them onto our readers, his fans. We are, of course, only too happy to oblige, although we should warn you this isn’t exactly the Queen’s speech, more an unintelligible rant…
If you’ve been reading Play for a long time, then you’ll no doubt be familiar with the name and face of Nick Jones, who’s been working on the magazine for almost six years