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Sony PS3 God of War: Ascension (PEGI)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the action. The design also gets good comments, whereas some have doubts about the gameplay and single player gameplay. There are some mixed reviews about the story.

graphics, design, action

single player, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Sony PS3 God of War: Ascension (PEGI) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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God of War: Ascension (PS3) Review

 

The most brutal feud this side of the PlayStation continues with the war-tested Kratos returning to action in God of War: Ascension.

Although a bit overused, great use of scale ; Brutal as ever. Kratos is still a bad-ass ; Crisp production ; Small improvements added to the combat ; Wild monsters and level design ; If its your thing, God of War multiplayer

We’ve been here before and it’s getting a little bland ; Zoomed out gameplay turns into a guessing game ; Weak puzzles and platforming sections ; Multiplayer feels ultimately unnecessary ; Ultimately forgettable once you’re done

Before diving into the new God of War, you have to take a look at your own expectations. If you expect Ascension to be the next evolution in the series, you’re going to be disappointed. In basics, Ascension is good, however when stacked up to the other...

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God Of War: Ascension review – gore blimey

 

One of the last exclusives for the PlayStation 3 also has some of the best graphics on the system. But does the gameplay keep up with the visuals?

A noticeably improved combat system and more interesting story. Multiplayer is substantial, innovative, and imaginative. Fantastic graphics

The core campaign experience is the same as it’s always been. Occasional camera problems and overuse of QTEs. The level of gore often seems tasteless and unnecessary

Kratos may not be gaming’s most charismatic protagonist but it turns out he has a surprising knack for multiplayer as well as single-player action, in one of the best-looking games on the PlayStation 3.

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