God of War: Chains of Olympus

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Originally released for the PSP, God of War: Chains of Olympus was later remastered for the PS3 as part of the Origins Collection; fans of the original hack-and-slash PS2 game will be happy to know that Kratos has almost all of his original moves and combos, and the game still manages to deliver both epic both battles and fantastic visuals (even with the limited PSP hardware). Despite being a little dated, the game's overall pace is nice and brisk -allowing players to enjoy the story and continuing mythos without lingering too long in any one particular part

God of War Games:

  • God of War Chains of Olympus

    Name: God of War Chains of Olympus

    Description:

    Allows you to bring Kratos and his dual chain-blade wielding slashfest out into the world thanks to the PSP. If you prefer decapitating demons in HD ...

    Ratings: 8.5

    Platform: Android

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  • God of War III

    Name: God of War 3

    Description:

    The third and penultimate installment of God of War is without a doubt, one of the largest and most visually compelling games in the series.

    Ratings: 8.5

    Platform: Android

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  • God of War: Ghost of Sparta

    Name: God of War Ghost of Sparta

    Description:

    Fans know what to expect in every God of War game: epic boss battles, unique execution animations, and plenty of blood and gore.

    Ratings: 8.5

    Platform: Android

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  • God of War Ascension

    Name: God of War Ascension

    Description:

    The ultimate prequel episode in the series, dealing directly with how Kratos got started on his crusade for vengeance, and how Ares manipulated it all.

    Ratings: 8.5

    Platform: Android

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  • Diablo 3 Review
  • Diablo 3

    Loot, loot, and more loot -this is the main draw of Diablo 3 for its' dungeon crawling fans, and we have to admit, it is ridiculously addictive. Killing anything, regardless if it moves or not, tends to give rewards in the game; Diablo 3 is the ultimate in incentivized destruction making it one of the most heavily played games in the genre. So, what kind of dungeon crawling experience can you get with D3? And how does it compare to the first two games in the series? In this review we cover all the little details that makes Diablo 3 the game that it is and look back at the original titles that made the series so successful.

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  • Monster Hunter Ultimate

    If you like hunting big giant things in epic battles with friends, then Monster Hunter is the game for you. This is not just a game where you hunt down legendary creatures, it is an experience that is best shared with friends. Monster Hunter Ultimate makes full use of the 3DS online capabilities to feature realtime online connectivity with other MH players. Of course, you will also want to grab a good headset or some other means of communicating in real time as the hunts can get pretty hectic.

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  • Monster Hunter Ultimate
  • Street Fighter IV Review
  • Street Fighter IV

    Join favorites like Ryu, Ken, Guile and Chun-li as you relive your glory days in Street Fighter IV, Capcom's update to the immortal classic that is Street Fighter II. Now, you might be thinking that we skipped a number and can't count but there is a reason behind our selective amnesia. What we have here is essentially the sequel everybody has been waiting for since Street Fighter II Super Turbo came out back in 1994 (which was the last numbered game without an overly complicated system). Street Fighter IV is made more accessible thanks to its polished six-button controls and a host of game play features. It also boasts high definition graphics, combining its 3D camera with a 2D perspective that is familiar to series fans.

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  • Tekken 6

    There is no doubt that Tekken's lineup of characters is outrageously hilarious -we have seen a Bruce Lee lookalike, Kuma (a Bear), a Panda (named Panda), a wooden dummy, the floor-hugging Dr. Boskonovich, Kangaroos armed with boxing gloves, and several others. Namco continues the tradition of adding in strange characters to the game in Tekken 6 with the introduction of Alisa -who is a cute fighting robot. Of course, there is so much more to the game than just a nice choice of playable units, Tekken also has some of the most advanced combat systems for fighting games.

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  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Review
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2

    Ever since Tekken 5 introduced customizable character outfits, it has been a pretty big rage among the fans. Now, with Tekken Tag Tournament 2, they have completely raised the customization feature to all new heights -there are so much clothing and accessory options to choose from that you are basically creating an all new character. But of course, there is more to TTT2 than just aesthetic pursuits, it brings back all the fast paced tag-combo attacks of the first game as well as all new moves, more chain combos, and even more incredible stages.

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  • Torchlight 2

    The randomized dungeon crawling scene has been pretty popular for quite a long time now, and this is mostly thanks to the amazing innovations brought about by Blizzard's Diablo series. Still many fans of the genre feel that the third game is not quite living up to the standards and are turning somewhere else -that somewhere is Torchlight. Now a successful game series in its' own right, Torchlight has its' own sequel that manages to bring back everything great about the first game and then improve it for everyone to enjoy.

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  • Torchlight 2 Review
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  • Darksiders 2

    Darksiders 2 is the kind of hack and slash game that you will either love (for its easygoing pace, apocalyptic storyline, and gothic-themed visuals) or hate (for the simplistic combat, rehashed background, and predictable designs) – depending on how many games you have already played. The game is designed for folks who just started out with the genre –if you already have Devil May Cry, Bayonetta, God of War, and several other hack and slash games under your belt however, expect this one to a be little on the predictable side of things. One thing that remains constant, regardless, is that Darksiders 2 is still a worthwhile game to play.

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