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God of War: Ascension

God of War: Ascension
alaScore 84

9 reviews

Nov, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the God of War: Ascension is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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God of War: Ascension

 

Kratos returns with an all-new multiplayer element, but ends up falling on his own sword.

Epic visuals ; Refined hack-and-slash gameplay ; No shortage of spectacle

Not as polished or well paced as previous games ; Fails to top the magnificent God of War III

The way you use magical attacks and the rage meter has also changed. Magical attacks are conspicuously absent early in the game, so you can’t rely on them to whittle down enemy numbers as you might have in previous God of War games. The rage meter,...

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God of War: Ascension Review

 

God of War: Ascension doesn't mess with the series' proven formula but its visual excellence and thunderous battles still thrill

God of War: Ascension – The story of KratosGod of War goes back to its roots for the latest outing in the series. The roots of its Spartan antihero Kratos, to be precise. Set years before the first

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God of War: Ascension Review

 

I can honestly say in all my years of gaming I've never had to fight off a dozen bleating, spear-wielding goat-men from inside the belly of a python. Nor have I ever had to square up against a giant of a man who happens to have the face and arm of a...

Looks incredible, brilliant character and level design ; So much variety in combat that it never gets tiring killing creatures in all kinds of brutal ways ; Multiplayer brings the universe to life in an addictive online arena

A lull in action a couple of hours into the game with boring platform and on-rails sections ; Pushing objects and pulling levers - some of the puzzles can be tedious ; Concern about longevity of multiplayer if core players level up too quickly

While not quite the high-point of the God Of War series, Ascension delivers an action-packed, gloriously-produced, freak-bashing extravaganza with an addictive multiplayer component to boot.

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hhmmmmmm.

 

I went into playing Ascension with a lot of high expectations. While it is fair to say that many of those expectations were met (graphics, gameplay, combat system), there was also that hmmmmm element to it, as in hhmmmm, isn't this getting a little too...

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What's going on?

 

Just finished the single player portion of this game. The good: -Game play was fun, combat/puzzle sections well placed -Great graphics and surroundings -New combat features welcome, kept the fighting fresh

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God of War: Ascension is amazing! Must buy!

 

If you're a fan of past God of War games you will love God of War: Ascension, it's an amazing game that I'd recommend to any fans of the series or genre.

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4 skim

 

just played it on campaign its brutal and still a kratos game it doesn,t have that epic feel that the other god of war games have but its a very good game i gave it 4 stars haven,t tryed multi yet

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