...the game is stunning, there's no doubt about that. The graphics, the texture, the gameplay, the weapons, the enemies have all been remastered brilliantly...
...so, what trouble me?
The game resembles the previous two FAR TOO MUCH. The gameplay and enemies, although tweeked in some areas, would leave aspirational Kratos lovers yearning for just that extra bit more.
Now, i may be wrong in saying this because Sony have kept it in secrecy since its revealing at E3 2009; save for the odd magazine previews and online screenshots, and they may just simply restrict us to play and feel and immerse ourselves in as little as possible, in an attempt to make us drool over it as much as the previous two titles.
But this is a gamble, and although will sweep awards in numerous catagories, is beginning to appeal to a narrower target market. It is beginning to attract those who have NEVER PLAYED THE GOD OF WAR SERIES BEFORE. Now, I may be wrong in saying this, again - but, what if I'm not?
This game deserves applaud and commemoration for the last in the series, but its strong similarity may make it only appeal to newcomers, thus meaning Sony will not be generating the revenue they deserve, nor the recognition.
Just keep that in mind, but remember what I said, I may be wrong...