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God of War 3 - Platinum (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
4.7 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B004S6S3BK
  • Item Weight: 100 g
  • Release Date: 8 April 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,151 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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God of War III is a single player action game, exclusive to the PlayStation 3, and the final installment of the God of War trilogy. Containing signature and addictive God of War gameplay — a combination of over-the-top action combat, exploration and puzzle-solving — along with an engrossing mythologically inspired storyline and a selection of new weapons and a new weapons system, it is a fitting conclusion to the much praised God of War franchise.
True to the series roots, the four pillars of game play - brutal combat, intricate puzzles, exploration of awe-inspiring worlds, and a compelling story - all return.
God of War III is the epic conclusion to the Greek mythological trilogy, which will complete Kratos' story that began in the original title for the PlayStation 2.
New deadly weapons like the Cestus, powerful metal gauntlets with devastating strength, and other brutal instruments of war that open up ruthless new techniques.
The menacing creatures of Greek mythology can now be manipulated against their will, to cross chasms, inflict blind rage against enemies, reveal puzzles and secrets, and as tools of complete annihilation.
God of War III picks up exactly where God of War II left off ¿ Kratos must take his quest for vengeance to the very stronghold of the Zeus.


  • Immerse yourself in epic battles on an awesome scale, with Kratos at the centre of the carnage and destruction
  • Experience jaw-dropping visuals, lifelike characters, dynamic lighting effects, world-changing scenarios plus an advanced weapon system
  • Solve intricate puzzles and slaughter thousands of ancient Greek monsters on the quest to end all quests
  • Finally resolve your long-standing feud with the gods who betrayed you and take on the foreboding heights of Mount Olympus

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Graphics = Stunningly beautiful. Amazing lighting, textures, art-style, scale, animations and amazing attention to detail. All that with use of proper object-based motion-blur, MLAA for minimal jaggies, depth of field and fantastic volumetric lighting running at around 60fps makes this undoubtedly still the best looking console game out now. 10/10

Gameplay = The gameplay has been tweaked and perfected from previous games in the GOW series. There's four excellent main weapons at your disposal, each with its own unique combat style and magic attacks to prevent the game feeling repetitive. Also, there's three awesome sub-weapons to use. Gameplay is smooth, dynamic, responsive and extremely satisfying. 10/10

Sound = The orchestral score throughout the game is phenomenal, voice-acting is top notch, enemies/weapons/environment all sound incredible. 10/10

Content = God of War III takes around 11-12 hours to complete first time, once the single player is done you have the combat arena challenges to play through and you can create custom combat arena games. There's also hours of 'The making of God of War III' videos to watch. In terms of replayability you'll have to play through at least 2/3 times to get the most out of it. (I've played it 7 times now! I just can't get enough of this outstanding game.) 10/10

The story in God of War III is amazing but to fully appreciate it you must've played GOW 1&2 first. My advice to anyone who owns a PS3 is to get the God of War Collection (especially if you haven't already played GOW 1&2) and God of War III, even if you don't particularly like action-adventure/hack 'n' slash games you will not regret it, it's a mind-blowing masterpiece that no-one should miss out on.
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God of war 3 is quite simpily the greates graphical game i have ever played, and this is proven in the 1st 10 mins into the game when kratos meets posiedon, in battle. unbielievable, i played this before the first 2 games on ps2, and its still the best game i have ever played, not very long but enough to keep you locked onto it you wont put the pad down. kratos final battle to free himself from the gods, and has he says himself, 'my vengance ends now! the story is gripping the characters you meet and battle against are brillianly done, hades has a aura about him, wich makes you in no rush to reach him in tartaris, zeus also a menacing beast, the final battle is something special, i seriouly recomend this game it was cheap at 40 pound when it came out at 15 pound its more or less the steal of the centtury class game.
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Kratos has never been more clearly defined but it appears that the extra care Kratos has taken in his appearance has made him an even harder being, one that is hard to empathise with. The GoW games have always been games with gargantuan feats of poetic justice, providing all the conflicting emotions and unpredictability of a truly nuanced and established story. But the choice to emphasise on Kratos' need for vengeance, instead of the reason for his vengeance is a damning one. This unflinching quest for vengeance truly creates a backdrop to a missed opportunity, to ask why I must go on, who truly is to blame are all question untapped and could have provided an emotional repertoire to the aggressive harsh tone the game is relentless in dishing out. Without contrasting feelings his quest for vengeance seems possessive and inconsequential and with that the charm of the story is lost. But tell a tale it does and whilst inferior to its precursors it is still head and shoulders above many others in the genre.

OH and yes this game does come with gameplay and it is one of its redeeming features, many have come to praise GOW for its accessibility but somehow it always felt like it stumbled a step or two further into providing a button mashed experience as oppose a technical one, well I'm glad to report that penance has been paid and with a thoroughly tight and expansive gameplay experience. The depth in gameplay makes replay-ability a joy as you continually discover new mechanics and moves. Tight and responsive have rarely been so exquisitely interrelated in a hack n slash.

To finish a GoW3 review without truly talking about its graphics would be nothing short of heresy. The graphics are hit or miss but when it hits you feel the air leave your mouth as you gasp at the beauty you behold.
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This game is good.

Excellent graphics, interesting combat style.
Sometimes too brutal, but it ok.

Of course, there is very interesting "thing" with Aphrodite (who played knows, who not played yet - will know ;)).
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God of War has always been a very popular franchise, if you haven't played a game in the series before or more appropriately for this review 'God of War III' then let me tell you why you should buy this game and play through one of the mot critically acclaimed and best-selling series in the history of gaming.

The gameplay is polished to perfection, from the platforming to the deep-yet-accessible combat this game is practically perfect in the gameplay department. It has a lot of variation too, over the course of the game you'll be facing giant monsters, fighting a lot of different enemies, flying, swimming and solving puzzles.

The visuals will blow you away from start to finish, there are many moments in this game which you would be forgiven for mistaking as CGI, coupled with the excellent technical graphics of this game it also has a beautiful art-style inspired by ancient Greece with fantasy elements thrown in. Also the camera-work is absolutely remarkable for a game, it's all controlled by the game and is brilliant because of that, the cinematography is just brilliant.

The story is the final 1/3 of the main trilogy so you need to have played the first two games to truly appreciate and comprehend the story in God of War III but let me say I loved the story in this game, the way it's presented and the writing is fantastic and it's a lot more interesting than most games today thanks to it's inspiration being the fantastic realm of Greek Mythology. Some parts of this game require you to analyse what's going on and consider the motivations for the characters and trust me, the ending is not as simple as it may first appear thanks to some imagery present which I won't spoil.
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