God of War Collection game Product Information
The God of War Collection is a compilation that includes the first two mythological adventures of Sony's irascible antihero Kratos. God of War Collection game Originally released for PlayStation 2, God of War and its sequel God of War II have been reformatted and remastered to fit on a single PS3 Blu-ray disc, and both games offer full PlayStation Network trophy support.
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THE GREATEST GAME EVER BY ANY PLATFORM EVER NEXT TO FINAL FANTASY VII THAT IS AND WHICH IS ON THE ONE AND ONLY SONY PLAYSTATION SYSTEM.
By MICHAELCBAREFOOT (FOUR OAKS, N.C. U.S.A.)
I really brought this game to beat God Of War 2. During the game i was some what disappointed story line, but while watching the ending I completely understood the concept.
By rashime15 (New Haven, CT)
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Amazing collection! It's just the GoW games but in awesome HD presentation, very very nice look. With trophies and extrra content.
By geravera (Madrid, Spain)
||A brilliant collection of two epic games|
The God of War collection is amazing, i really didn't think they could make PS2 games look and play this well on a PS3 but they're smooth and crisp, the gameplay looks better than the cutscenes most of the time! I could not recommend this highly enough if you are a fan of God of War or not, this is the best way to experience them, and rack up a fair few PSN trophies for your trouble as well!
By thecrisisfromthesky (Derby, United Kingdom)
amazing!!! just go play it & find out for yourselfs,well you did take the time to read this review about the game,so your interested.
By myspace.com/thechamp999 (tennessee)
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God of War Collection game Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8010920|
|Release Date||Nov 19, 2009|
|Rating||Mature (Content suitable for ages 17 and older)|
|Rating Reason||Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Nudity, Sexual T|
|Number Of Players||1|
God of War Collection Special Features
Play as a mystically powerful hero in the ancient Greece of classic mythology
Fast-paced, over-the-top fighting; tense environments and cinematic camera angles
New combo system allows players to string together melee, projectile, and magic attacks while on the move
Tap into nature's elements for new magic-based attacks incorporating wind, ice, fire, and more
Remastered graphics designed for the PS3 and full trophy support
GOD OF WAR CONTROLS : MENU CONTROLS
Start Button = access menu screens
Select Button = pause game, option mnu
L1 or R1 Button = navigate through menus
Left Analog Stick or D-Pad = highlight menu item
X Button = select menu item
Triangle Button = previous screen
ON GROUND CONTROLS
Left Analog Stick = walk, run, climb
Right Analog Sitck = evade
X Button = jump
X Button + X Button = double jump
Square Button = normal attack
Circle Button = grab
L1 Button = block
D-Pad Up, Down, Left or Right = select magic (when acquired)
L2 Button = use item or magic
R2 Button = action, interact
L3 Button + R3 Button = rage of the gods (when rage meter is full)
R2 Button (Hold) + X Button = kick objects
Triangle Button (Hold) = launch enemy in air
Circle Button = chain grab (when enemy is in air)
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