God of War III Ultimate Edition - PlayStation 3
- Along with the god of war iii game, the ultimate edition includes a wealth of exclusive physical and digital content see the full list below
- 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
- Comes with built-in stand with free screen protector (newest version) - 16gb, 32gb, 64gb, wifi and wifi +3g
- 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
- Platform: PlayStation 3
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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God of War III finds Kratos raining carnage and destruction upon the Gods who have betrayed him and the entire Ancient Greek world. Armed with his deadly double-chained blades, Kratos will take on mythology’s darkest creatures while solving intricate puzzles on his merciless quest to destroy Olympus and the mighty Zeus himself.
Top Customer Reviews
game play consist of button sequences and button mashing type, when you fight a boss or an enemy and he is weak enough you have to press the button as it appears on the screen for example x,o etc. you do get a few new weapons in the game which is nice and different from the previous god of war games. Game play is about the same as you can expect it to be and this game is really violent, bloody, and has a lot of gore which I loved about it.
Graphics are great and so are the visuals in the game, controls are responsive in the game as well. But I did have trouble sometimes double jumping in the game,again though you gotta time it and do it right if not you fall to your death.
the interaction in the game is still there dealing with puzzles and everything including the boss battles, but i kind of felt it better in the second god of war game. where to you fight icarus , the ones with the wings and sorry if my spelling is not correct. you punching him where you two guys are fighting and falling at the same time, I thought wow this is great and to me was really interactive.
But again that is just my opinion, and that is how I felt about that. Anyway hope my review of god of war 3 helps in some way, puzzles are not that hard to figure out in god of war 3 but took me some time to actually figure out. you just got to really pay close attention to it, but you will eventually get it.
So like I said hope this review helps you in some way in deciding on playing god of war 3 or buying it, I did and finished it and was not disappointed not in the least.
The first area of the game you're thrown into is incredible. It won't take long before you're squaring off against very cool giant horse-crab monsters. After being sent down to Hades not too long after, I did get a bit of a been-there-done that feeling, but it was still very enjoyable. Sure it was pretty standard GoW action, but even at it's worst God of War is lots of fun.
Then I got to the Hades boss battle. Incredible. It really keeps new momentum going, and reminds you that the development team can still suck you in to it's proven game-play formula and pull a few new tricks out for you to enjoy.
In fact, it felt like boss battles in this game play a bigger role than in previous ones. There's more big fights this time around, and none of them feel repetitive or boring, and each bring little twists that mixes things up and keeps the action feeling fresh and intense.
On the flip side, the puzzles felt like they took a bit more of a back seat this time around. Despite this shift there are still a few creative scenarios thrown at you that will have to pausing while you try and put the pieces together in your head.
The prominent Quick Time Events have not only made a return but have been improved, which was nice to see.Read more ›
I love the God of War saga. The graphics, the gameplay and the story are balanced so incredibly well, the formula is perfect and they were able to keep that balance through the trilogy (or quadrology if you include Chains of Olympus on the PSP).
The box it came in is very well done. I love the minimalist, almost all black, approach they did with Kratos' face on all sides.
Pandora's box is nicely detailed though made of plastic, nicely done. Felt lined inside with a hidden compartment. A small tab on the edge of the fake inside base would reveal a second compartment.
The postcard sized hardcover art book is a 'cute' little bonus. Cute I say because I was hoping there would be MORE! The art of the GOW saga, concept and final arts are mind blowing amazing and simply gorgeous. I was hoping there would be more pages to it.
With the Ultimate Edition comes 4 audio collections for download. Complete soundtracks of the 3 GOW games and 7 heavy metal tracks inspired by the game. The score of the saga adds so much to the feel and emotion of the game...GREAT bonus!
The downloadable documentaries are nice to watch. It is so nice to see the faces of the people, the company that put together this amazing game. With all the ups and downs they went through putting it together. The 'voice acting' chapter was very neat. Finally got to see Kratos' voice in the flesh....NOT what I was expecting! :P
The game itself is just gorgeously done and very well executed. They did make the gameplay slightly easier and simpler to pick up compared the previous games, probably for the new gamers of the GOW saga.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
One of the best PS3 game ever!!!! A must buy!! Graphics are awesome, story is very good.
You will not regret it.
The highlight of the game is, in my opinion, the graphics. The work with Kratos is monumental (gestures, the movement of muscles, interaction with the enemy). Read morePublished 7 months ago by George Fratelli
Although this is set to be remastered for the PS4, this game still looks and plays amazingly well on the PS3Published 10 months ago by Lawrence West