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God of War II PC  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET The original God of War was an action gaming masterpiece from start to finish. Its Greek mythology-derived storyline, blanketed with larger-than-life set pieces and timeless characters and themes, provided the perfect backdrop to an incredibly intense and engaging action romp. We dubbed it our pick for not only Best Action Game but overall Game of the Year for 2005, and to this day it stands as one of, if not the greatest, action games ever released. Though Kratos wound up sitting atop his throne as the God of War at the first game’s finale, his tale was far from over. God of War II picks up right where the original left off and follows the anti-hero on his continued path of revenge. the sequel was announced, fans wondered not if it would be a worthy follow-up but whether Sony’s Santa Monica Studio would actually be able to outdo the original. After all, rather than making the leap to next-gen, the developer decided to keep the franchise on the PlayStation 2 for the time being. Citing matured technology that would allow them to focus on content. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

God of War II PC  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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rather than having to work through the growing pains associated with in-progress engine development, Santa Monica Studios took the road most traveled and wound up producing what amounts to a near-perfect sequel. The answer is that yes, Santa Monica has indeed managed to better the original, though given how fantastic the first title was, just barely. It’s not an exponential improvement, one that an appearance on the PlayStation 3 may have brought, but rather an evolutionary one that has seen what small imperfections the original God of War contained polished out. While we’re not going to provide any significant spoilers that anyone who’s followed the game thus far wouldn’t already know, those of you who want to know absolutely nothing about the story should skip ahead to the next paragraph right about… now. The second chapter of Kratos’ story once again revolves around revenge, and after being Metroided out of your godly status and powers, you head off to find the Sisters of Fate to set things right again. Well, “right” is only from Kratos’ perspective as the story in God of War II isn’t about black and white / good vs. evil, but rather all about perspectives.

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Even more so than the first game, God of War II taps into Greek mythology for a vast assortment of characters, settings and, more importantly this time, purpose, power and greed. Does that make this tale better? Frankly, it’s quite arguable and it’s a close one to call, but we think so. Only time (and really, another game) will tell us which chapter stands up stronger in the long run, but God of War II’s story certainly doesn’t disappoint. It’s likely that some folks may be a little disappointed in the ending as it’s obvious Kratos’ journey is far from over, but it’s been known for some time that a third game has been planned all along so none of this should come as a shocking surprise. It’s hard to imagine a better swan song for the PlayStation 2 than God of War II. Though it’s not destined to be the very last game for the system, it doesn’t seem likely that anything else will come along in the coming months to trump what God of War II achieves. As the sequel to 2005’s megapopular action adventure set within the basic confines of Greek mythology. Cardfight!! Vanguard Dear Days

God of War II PC  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

God of War II PC  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

it continues the agonizing and rage-fueled odyssey of the world’s angriest man-god, Kratos, as he goes on another epic vengeance bender. It’s an altogether familiar adventure in many ways, with a lot of gameplay mechanics held over that haven’t necessarily been improved in any meaningful capacity, but that’s not to suggest the game isn’t better overall. God of War II is a brilliantly paced, tightly crafted piece of work that’s as intelligently designed as it is thrilling to play. In short, it’s exactly what you would want from a sequel to God of War. God of War II picks up not terribly long after the original game’s end (meaning if you haven’t played the first game, you ought to before checking this one out, both for story continuity purposes, and because God of War is awesome), with Kratos having exacted his revenge upon the previous god of war, Ares, and assumed his role on Mount Olympus. But even with all these newfangled godly powers, Kratos is unsatisfied. He continues to command the Spartan army and directs them to tear through the known world, conquering city after city. This utter disregard for the other citizens of Greece displeases the pantheon, and Kratos suddenly finds himself on the outs with the Olympians.

Kratos.

Betrayed by Athena and seemingly killed by Zeus, Kratos is rescued by Gaia of the Titans, the old race that the gods felled to eventually take power on Olympus. Gaia instructs Kratos that his fate can be changed, but only if he can reach the ridiculously remote temple that houses the Sisters of Fate. What follows is an epic and daunting journey that has Kratos suffering through trials that make his last outing seem like a lighthearted romp in comparison. It’s an interesting tale that God of War II tells, almost more so because so much of it is about what happens around Kratos, rather than Kratos himself. The game spends long stretches focusing on the myths and legends that surround the battles between the gods and the Titans, setting up backstory for the mess that Kratos has gotten himself involved in. In this regard, there’s a bit less of an emotional connection to this game. You don’t have any of those moments of personal horror as you did in the first game concerning Kratos and his savage past that led him astray–but that’s OK. This isn’t exactly a game that requires emotional storytelling to get by. God of War II is much more about the journey. Escape Goat Switch NSP

God of War II PC  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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The mythos, and the desire to just kill anything that comes within a step of your path. Fortunately, the game gives you plenty to kill and makes it plenty fun to do so. Apart from the usual array of Cyclopes, minotaurs, and zombie warriors, there’s a whole host of new characters to fight, not the least of which are several recognizable figures from Greek mythology, such as Icarus, Perseus (voiced by, of all people, Clash of the Titans’ Harry Hamlin), and big-daddy Olympus himself, Zeus. Mind you, the God of War universe doesn’t treat the mythology on which it’s based with much regard for accuracy. This is basically Greek fan fiction, with the only real goal being to bring together as many characters from Greek mythology as possible and then provide fun ways to kill all of them. On this front, the game doesn’t disappoint. You could easily call God of War II a significantly more brutal game than the last. Though the core combat engine hasn’t changed a lick, the action itself feels even more hysterically violent than before. Many of the goriest moves continue to come from context-sensitive button-pressing minigames. Larger, more powerful enemies can often be killed in some completely awesome way by wearing them down until a button icon appears above their head.

Zeus.

From there, you press the buttons that pop up onscreen, and Kratos will, for example, yank the eye out of the head of a Cyclops or twist off the head of a medusa like a pop-top, among others. Many of the final blows delivered to the game’s bosses follow the same type of formula, and not only are there more of them than in the last game, but they’re even more fun to kill as well. The whole game is basically a giggle fest for violence junkies. If you aren’t hooting, hollering, or standing up and slow clapping after each elaborate and barbarous kill, you’ve officially invested yourself in the wrong game. While it certainly approached flawlessness, God of War was imperfect, though fortunately many of its problems were tied directly to individual segments of the game rather than commonly-used mechanics. God of War II is practically devoid of these fallacies and even improves on the original’s fantastic mechanics in a number of small and subtle ways. For example, you can now drop down walls while scaling them so that you have quick movement in all four directions. Kicking boxes.

Or statues pushes them much farther than before, cutting down on the tedium of moving objects, and the repeated tapping of R1 to open doors has been moved to the much more repetition-friendly Circle button. All of this works to create an experience that is perfectly paced. If you’re not in the middle of a fight, you’re almost certainly working on one of the game’s interesting puzzles. There are few times when you’ll find yourself climbing alone on walls or running down an empty pathway, though most of these times are short and the scenery around you is enough to keep your eyes engaged. Indeed, God of War II is as polished and refined an experience as you’ll find in gaming. If you thought the scale and scope found in God of War was impressive, you haven’t seen anything yet. Some of the set pieces found here are absolutely monstrous and dwarf anything we’ve seen on the system. Monstrous horses tethered to the Isle of the Fates are so large that Kratos can easily run down their chains without feeling an ounce of acrophobia. Statues simply meant to adorn the environments are large enough to easily walk into should they be hollow.

God of War II PC  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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And buildings in the distance that you’ll eventually wander into stand tall next to the mountains around them. While the environments are bigger and grander in scale, you’ll also find that they vary more than what we saw in the first game. In addition to areas based on marble and stone or fire and metal, you’ll find lush gardens flanked by rows of trees, massive wooden structures, mountainsides covered in snow and underground caverns cloaked in organic stuff. The art direction is once again absolutely outstanding, and the guys holding digital pens over in Santa Monica deserve a pat on the back.  The combat mechanics are practically identical to the original title, and for good reason as it was already perfect the first time out. Kratos does have a few new moves up his sleeve however, some of which are just cooler versions of previous moves while some are totally brand-new and replace some existing techniques. But mechanically, if you’ve played the first game you’ll be able to jump right in and slice the living hell out of everything around you. Instant gratification in the palm of your hands, just the way we like it. Maze Blaze Switch NSP

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