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God of War: Ascension Review

More of a Descension than Ascension.

God of War: Ascension is a game that I had a hard time getting excited for. For me, God of War 3, capped off the saga of Kratos on the right note. It was bittersweet to see the story end, but it did so on an epic (and violent) note. Instead of the series continuing with a new protagonist or mythology, we have a prequel to a story that I felt pretty comfortable with already. Ascension ends up being a sadly mediocre game, and I expected more.

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God of War: Ascension - Single Player Developer Diary

A look at the production of the single player mode from Ascension.

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God of War: Ascension - Launch Trailer

Available on March 12 for the PlayStation 3.

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God of War: Ascension Hands On Preview

Will Kratos' latest tale grow stale?

Upon learning about the direction of God of War: Ascension, I was hesitant to fully back this game. Instead of re-inventing the series, or continuing from the somewhat ambiguous ending of the third installment, Ascension was to be yet another prequel that would tell I was already familiar with. While the plot of the game still screams “useless filler” to me, my time with the game reminded me why God of War was so good to begin with. The absurdly high production values, a simple and stylish combat system, and larger than life set pieces in this thirty minute demo roused my interest in the series once again.

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God of War: Ascension Details Revealed

Online and offline multiplayer, a first for the series, will be included.

Despite the latest in the God of War series being officially revealed, no details were made available upon release of the news. Known only to be a prequel title, a few more details have firmed up what players can expect from the upcoming game. Most notably, God of War: Ascension will feature a first for the series - online and offline multiplayer.

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God of War: Ascension Officially Announced

The next God of War game will act as a prequel to the series. Currently no other details are known, but Sony plans to reveal more about the title on April 30 at 11AM.

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God of War IV Announcement Imminent?

Sony may finally be ready to let the cat out of the bag.

We’re all but positive that Sony plans on releasing a fourth installment in the God of War series.  There have been various leaks and clues that hinted at the game’s existence for quite some time now.  And now, if Sony’s PlayStation Facebook page can be used as any indication, it seems that they may finally be ready to reveal the game for real this time.

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New Details on Mortal Kombat Vita

Have Scorpion and company in your pocket along with all new features.

Last year, the newest iteration in the Mortal Kombat franchise revitalized the series with a return to form gameplay style and sweet, bloody, over-the-top fatalities that were missing from the previous title, Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe. Now that experience can be had on the go with the recent announcement of Mortal Kombat for the upcoming PlayStation Vita. Mortal Kombat co-creator and NetherRealm Studios creative director Ed Boon is determined to make that experience one that can only be had on the new handheld.

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Mortal Kombat Koming to Vita

Prepare Yourself for Kombat!

Last year's Mortal Kombat is coming to the PlayStation Vita this spring. NetherRealm Studios is designing the port specifically for gaming on the go and new gameplay features and content will be introduced exclusively on the Vita.

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God of War: Origins Collection Review

Kratos, a man of many emotions – angry, pissed off, furious, and did I mention angry?

Good news, everyone! PixlBit has already reviewed both Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta. Both received a rating of 4 stars on the PSP, and if you're a fan of the series, surely the same will hold true here. Sony has lovingly ported these games to the PlayStation 3 with great results. Both games look strikingly good for PSP remasters and both control as you'd expect with the de facto PlayStation controller, as opposed to the often awkward PSP nub.

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