God of War

Ghost of Sparta

by Kris Ligman

13 December 2010

 

Set between the first two God of War games, this PSP title might lack the epic wow factor of God of War 3, but this is still a well-executed entry in the same over-the-top style we’ve come to expect out of the third-person action series starring Kratos and a loose interpretation of the Greek pantheon.

Perfect for action-minded newcomers as well as established fans, Ghost of Sparta offers a compelling and tragic family tale that’s perfect for curling up on the couch with loved ones—if you and your family enjoy absurd levels of violence, that is.

 

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