Armed with his deadly double-chained blades, Kratos will take on mythology's darkest creatures to destroy Olympus and the mighty Zeus himself.
In the end, there will be only chaos.
16 March 2010 (USA)
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The books which include in game background information for the player were originally supposed to open as they were being read. Because they weren't initially designed with that in mind, there was no way to fix them in time for the game's release. See more
All the Gods and Titans are called by their Greek names, as this game is based on Greek mythology. Therefore, Hercules should be called "Heracles". Hercules is the Roman alternate. While factually this may be the case, the developers chose to use the name Hercules as apposed to Heracles simply because Hercules is known more commonly by the general public. See more
[in his watery construct
You challenge me, mortal? A god of Olympus!
A true warrior does not hide, Poseidon. Leave the sea, and face me.
You have disrespected the gods for the last time, Kratos
[fighting atop Gaia, Kratos, with momentum from Gaia's fist, tears Poseidon out of his watery form onto a nearby ledge and throws him to the wall, as Poseidon's "god" form collapse
Zeus should have kept you where you belong. No matter how many gods fall, there will always be another to stand ...
Lure of a Goddess
Composed by Jeff Rona See more