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GOD OF WAR 3 PC Free Download GAMESPACK.NET When IGN first reviewed God of War 3 on PlayStation 3 back in 2010, we gave it score of 9.3, for “Amazing.” Here’s what we said then: “God of War 3 is a great end to Kratos’ console trilogy. It’s not perfect, with some uneven storytelling and progression here and there, but it’s still a fantastic overall package. The combat is stellar once again, it’s bloodier than ever, and it is one of the best looking game ever released. I still think God of War II is the best in the trilogy, but Sony Santa Monica did a great job closing up Kratos’ journey for revenge.” God of War 3 Remastered for PlayStation 4 recaptures the thrill of the threequel, thanks to the addition of 1080p resolution, a steadier frame rate that usually sits around 60 frames per second, and high-definition textures and lighting effects. These graphical touch-ups make Kratos’ final quest for vengeance against the Olympian gods even more beautifully gory (though not quite enough that it could pass for a game specifically built for the PS4). The “meh” plot remains a weak point, but the excellent combat and action-platforming reminded me why I love this ultra-gory series. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

GOD OF WAR 3 PC Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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God of War 3 is a strange place for Sony to start remastering the series, since it picks up right where God of War 2’s cliffhanger ending left off, and assumes you’ve played all the previous entries (including Ready at Dawn’s excellent Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta for PSP). There’s a brief recap video, but it’s not quite enough to give you the context you need if you’ve never played before. That makes it tricky to recommend to the uninitiated, because newcomers may wonder why half the Olympians are already dead when the story starts, or why Kratos is so callous toward people who claim to be his allies. Even knowing all that came before, I still consider God of War 3’s story to be the weakest in the trilogy. Specifically, I don’t like the way characters like Hermes and Hercules are introduced and summarily dismissed, and the anticlimactic ending still leaves a bad taste in my mouth. It’s hard to stay mad at a game that’s so pretty, though. God of War 3’s already impressive graphics aged reasonably well over the past five years, and are even better with modern textures and lighting. Walls in Olympia gleam more brightly and shadows in Hades flickr more ominously.

NEW WEAPONS AND COMBAT SYSTEM.

Blood sprays through the air with the elegance of a leaping ballet dancer. Kratos, too, is much improved: his armor is wrought with fine detail and is oft-splattered in shiny gore. It may be strange to say violence has a beauty to it, but the glossy HD graphics make even the macabre pretty. The only stumble in the graphical fidelity came when I ran into characters like Helios and Hephaestus, who for some reason weren’t given the same attention to detail as Kratos. Even with better lighting and color, their lower-res textures make them look a bit off, and serve as a reminder that this game was made for a previous generation of hardware. On the bright side, its last-gen origin also means everything runs much better. The original PS3 version of GoW 3 hovers between 30 and 40 frames per second during gameplay, which is nice, but the Remastered PS4 version is significantly smoother. It’s not locked at 60 frames per second, but it was usually up there, and never dipped to a noticeable degree. Other than that extra layer of smoothness, Kratos’ combat mechanics aren’t tweaked in any way – but why should they be? They represent some of the best third-person action of their time, and they hold up well in 2015. God of War II PC

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Kratos can quickly switch between multiple weapons like Hades’ Claw and Apollo’s Bow with a simple tap of the D-pad or L2 trigger, combos are easily performed with simple combinations of face buttons, and other than the occasionally iffy platform jump and awkward flight sequence (which requires you to dodge and weave incoming objects while flying), Kratos moves responsively. The fixed camera was the only real issue I had; it’s tricky to fight a pair of minotaurs when there’s a giant pillar blocking the view, for instance. I also missed a couple of treasure chests, since there’s no easy way to pan the camera around and check for hidden crevices, though I was able to snag them by revisiting those rooms later. God of War III Remastered immediately thrusts you into the action, as Kratos climbs and battles his way his way up Mount Olympus to seek revenge on Zeus. The well-paced helps you learn the controls and suck you into the struggle. The grand scale of the game becomes apparent very quickly. Not only is the peak of Mt. Olympus above the clouds, but the ground is so far below you that objects that fall initiate tidal waves as they strike the sea. Even better: When Kratos teams with the Titan Gaia to battle Poseidon, Gaia’s body doubles as the battlefield.

SOPHISTICATED STORYLINE.

Gameplay is a combination of gruesome combat and thought-provoking puzzles. Combat is divided into combo-driven frenetic hack and slash confrontations against lesser enemies and cinematic Quick Time Events against greater enemies that involve pushing specific buttons as they are displayed on screen to execute a sequence of special attacks. For example, pushing circle to wrap chains around a Gorgon’s head and then rapidly pushing L1 and R1 to tighten the chain and rip its head off. One of my favorites was pushing L1 and R1 to gouge the eyes of an enemy. The developers did a fantastic job of making each new battle just that much more difficult so that you’re constantly improving your skills. By the end of the game, you’ll be amazed at how many attacks you can chain, how many combos you can string together, and how quickly you can deliver finishing blows. The puzzles are fairly standard platformer elements, although they are well-executed. Most involve pulling a lever and running somewhere else to do something before time runs out. God of War Ghost of Sparta

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Some are fun to solve and others are tedious. Most require some consideration, and none are frustrating enough to be rage inducing—in fact, here’s a hint: If any puzzle is frustrating enough to induce rage then you’re going down the wrong path. Stop and look for a simpler answer. The puzzles add a welcome diversion from the bloody onslaught. My only issue with God of War III Remastered is the sometimes troublesome camera, a problem that also plagued the original game. The camera angles are dead on, for the most part, but if you deviate from the designer’s plan, you’ll be left with a camera angle so poor that you’ll walk off the edge of a cliff without realizing it. This can make puzzle solving an issue, as you need to occasionally line up various objects. I eventually learned to use the camera angles as hints; when they’re really bad, I know that somewhere I shouldn’t be. Having extensively played the original God of War III, I spent a lot of time looking for the improvements that went into God of War III Remastered. This is truly a remaster, not an update. The artistic style was so strong in the original game that I see it as a positive that little has been changed other than adding detail and sharpening edges.

STYLIZED REALISM.

The remaster boosts the framerate and smooths gameplay; God of War III Remastered runs at 60 frames-per-second, with very few drops. The game also improves how the cut scenes and in-game action flow together. There’s a new photo mode that lets you snap the on-screen action and share it with friends. This feature isn’t a huge addition, but it is a worthwhile one. Sometimes the action is so gruesome and spectacular that I felt the need to capture the scene. Kratos comes to life behind the stellar voice acting of Terrence C. Carson. You can hear the raw anger and hatred as he speaks (or snarls, or bellows, more accurately) at his enemies. Besides Carson, each actor delivers a convincing performance, with a sharp singularity of emotion or a surprising display of character. God of War III Remastered’s music is impressive, too. Brooding, angry tracks create emotion that sets the tone for a level. In addition, light and shadow are used to great effect, emphasizing the desolation of the world and the few glimpses of hope that remain. The underworld is littered with the tortured souls of the dead, screaming and howling in agony. This is extremely well-done and captures the enormity of Kratos’s suffering.

Kratos has successfully killed the God of War, Ares. He has challenged Zeus, the King of the Gods, and lived. What’s next? Well, take down all of Olympus, of course. In the latest and final installment of the God of War trilogy, that’s exactly what Kratos intends to do. Fans of the series expect great things, since the previous installments of the franchise held up as some of the best gaming experiences of all time. The God of War III team could have simply slapped a new coat of paint on the existing formula, dreamed up some big boss battles, and called it a day. We would have been happy; that’s what we were expecting. But the final result is something more than fancy new HD clothing. Instead, it’s a game that redefines scale in action games, one of the few titles that truly hammers home the meaning of “last-gen.” God of War III is like nothing you’ve ever seen or experienced in gaming. The end has begun, and you are not ready. It’s easy to throw around words like “epic” when it comes to this generation’s videogames. Given the level of visual fidelity we’ve come to expect with the current consoles’ hardware, developers are always pushing the next big thing.

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With larger environments and breathtaking, Hollywood-style presentation. So the word “epic” may not hold the weight I would like it to in the instance of God of War III. This is particularly true considering it stands on the backs of giants — the God of War titles that preceded this PlayStation 3 sequel provided thrills that changed the way we look at action gaming. With God of War III, developer Sony Santa Monica raises the bar, delivering an experience unmatched in its genre in terms of both quality and presentation. It truly redefines “epic” in shocking and unexpected ways you may not have thought were possible. The tale told in God of War III finds Kratos — quite literally — standing on the back of a giant. Kicking off immediately where the credits rolled on God of War II, the Spartan anti-hero mounts the mighty Gaia, forming an alliance with the all-powerful Titans to storm and overtake Mount Olympus. Kratos’ goal here is vengeance, and ultimately, the death of the “King of the Gods,” Zeus. What transpires in this opening sequence of gameplay — possibly one of the most effective, heart-stopping openings in gaming history — simply begs to be called “epic.” Cardfight!! Vanguard Dear Days

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