God of War III

God of War III

God of War III is a single-player game in which you'll take on the role of the former partan warrior Kratos, who fights his way through the terrifying heights of Olympus and the dark depths of Hell to take revenge on those who betrayed him. Armed with double-barreled blades and an array of new weapons and magic for this installment of the trilogy, Kratos must take on the darkest creatures in mythology and solve intricate puzzles during his merciless quest to destroy Olympus. With a game engine built from the ground up and state-of-the-art visual technologies, the God of War III development team has set new standards to give players the realistic feeling of actually being on the battlefield. Thanks to a quadrupling of texture resolution since God of War II on the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, God of War III's debut on the PS3 will feature fluid, lifelike characters, dynamic lighting effects, a robust weapon system, and world-changing scenarios that add unmistakable realism to Kratos' fateful quest. Players will have the chance to participate in full-scale battles that are four times larger than those of the predecessor.


God of War III picks up directly from the end of God of War II, with a rousing opening speech by Zeus in which he talks about the deeds of the villain Kratos, who "commands" a small army of Titans rescued from the Great War (with the help of the power of the Fates). The Olympians immediately rush into battle; Helios rides his chariot across Olympus, Hermes races down the peaks of Olympus while Zeus watches, Hercules is ordered to lead his troops into battle, Hades, in his giant form, swoops down on several Titans, and Poseidon (using his aquakinesis) swoops down from Olympus like a missile and delivers a death blow through the chest to Epimetheus. Poseidon is the biggest threat in the battle, having already decimated numerous Titans, and soon sets his sights on Gaia herself. Kratos attacks the god of the sea, and after pulling him into Gaia's grasp, he manages to knock the weakened Poseidon out of his divine form and onto a separate platform. The two argue briefly before Kratos approaches the sea god and brutally beats him, eventually gouging out his eyes and breaking his neck before throwing him into the sea. After Poseidon's death, a catastrophe occurs and the sea level rises considerably, resulting in a flood that seems to swallow the entire world and wipes out almost all of humanity, except for those living on top of Olympia.


1 / 1
  • Mayplay
     89**** Domsjö
  • Kalirina
     08*** Zwönitz
  • SirChoppo
     78*** Villingen-Schwenningen
  • Daruga
     59*** Hamm
  • Sigruna
     12** Wien, Donaustadt
  • Xanobis
     32*** Bünde
  • Justarandomwoman666
     30** Krokstadelva
  • _joernii_
     01*** Dresden
1 / 1