If it ain't broke, don't fix it, seems to be the motto of the developers of God Of War III. And they're right.
For those of you returning to God Of War after playing previous installments in the series you know what to expect: Over-the-top boss fights, colossal enemies and bloody finishers after hard-fought battles. The game keeps up it's level of difficulty, making no attempt to cater to new audiences, but rather attempting to satisfy the hardcore action gamers further with more of the same.
The story telling in this game remains just as strong as previous titles, all leading up to a bloody conclusion. I won't give any spoilers, but for those of you who loved the story arc of the previous games you won't be disappointed by the conclusion to Kratos's story.
In the audio and visual department, God Of War III is one of the best games out there. The voice acting is spectular, the soundtrack is nothing short of extrodinary and the enviroments, while sometimes a little inconsistent in quality at time, look nothing short of absolutely amazing.
Minor issues aside, this is one of the best playstation three games out there, and most of the small technical issues I've heard of (yet to encounter a single issue I've noticed) are a minor inconvinence that won't spoil the satisfaction of carving a bloody swath through Greece.
Despite it's age it's still the best looking game on the PS3, however Amazon.ca users and the site alike could do a little better to lower the price on an already relatively old title.