Armed with his deadly double-chained blades, Kratos must take on Greek mythology's darkest creatures to destroy Olympus and the mighty Zeus himself.

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George Ball ...
Civilian / Cronos / Shuffler (voice)
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Hera (voice)
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Gaia (voice) (as Susan Blakeslee)
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Hades (voice)
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Zeus (voice)
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Kratos (voice) (as TC Carson)
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Calliope (voice) (as Debbi Derryberry)
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Hermes / Civilian (voice) (as Greg Ellis)
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Poseidon / Civilian / Shuffler (voice)
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Aphrodite Girl #1 / Civilian (voice)
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Helios / Hanging Man / Soldier (voice)
Marina Gordon ...
Persephone / Clotho / Atropos (voice)
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Narrator (voice)
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Boat Captain / Deimos / Young Spartan (voice)
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Pandora (voice)
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Armed with his deadly double-chained blades, Kratos must take on Greek mythology's darkest creatures to destroy Olympus and the mighty Zeus himself.

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In the end, there will be only chaos.


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$44,000,000 (estimated)
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The dismembered head of Helios has an attack called "solar flare". It has the same name and effect as the technique used in the anime/manga Dragon Ball Z See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Pandora: Thank you Kratos.
Kratos: Our journey is far from over Pandora. By it's end you will not be thanking me.
Pandora: I know I look it but I'm not child, Kratos. I have seen many terrible things. I am not afraid. I understand what lies ahead. I saw Zeus torture my father. I saw him beaten because of me. I should've helped him but I was afraid.
Kratos: Hephaestus did what every father should do, protect his child.
Pandora: No. It's all my fault, I failed him because of fear. Fear is it's own kind of darkness. In that darkness I ...
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Featured in Sage Reviews: God of War III (2010) See more »

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Revenge Rising
Composed by Michael A. Reagan
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This game is fire!
20 October 2011 | by (rhode island) – See all my reviews

My only serious complaint was that it was almost too manly, and my PS3 leaked testosterone every time I played for more than a few hours at a time. Aside from that, the story is interesting, the puzzles were fun despite being easier than those of GOW2, the combat was solid (despite rage of the titans being completely useless), the boss battles were epic and boner inducing, and the environment and character design were straight up eye candy. Kratos is probably the best character you can't relate to. He's such a kill happy douche that you can't really feel sorry for him, and at times i feel like I'm playing as the villain. He's such a badass though that it's forgivable :)


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