God of War Ascension, I never play the game, but just saw the whole game full video walkthru over from youtube.
For game play is no for my time already, those are what I used to when young.
I did play before God of War 1 and 2, and follow the story line to Gold of War 3 in the past. This is why when saw the title for God of War Ascension, so I play the video in youtube. Again, the same combat, adventure and action scene is so good than most of the real movie, the action scene, perspective and action sequence. They fantasy story that base on the Greek mythology, the art and design, make it so entertaining to watch from the story perspective without game play. I did enjoy it.
World had change so much, game play can be so far for the story go. Despite this round of story no really that much relate to the main story line, I can take it as side line story, but indeed, full of adventure and entertaining.
Opening and then flash back way, and then concurent for the story go for present time, this seek become the God of War prefer story telling method.
World change so fast, the modern day game play is really very different compare with my past. Offcourse, I do not possess the desire to play, but just take it as entertainment, watch them more like video and when saw the eye catching title and content, just follow like movie and video, as a form of entertainmet.
I make quick search, it is 2013 game title, design for PlayStation 3. I know it outdated, just right and record now my after game video review. For those who play it, know more than I am, just write for expression, nothing more. Loosely based on Greek mythology, the game is set in ancient Greece with vengeance as its central motif. The player controls the protagonist Kratos, the former servant of the God of War Ares, who tricked Kratos into killing his wife and daughter. In response to this tragedy, Kratos renounced Ares, breaking his blood oath to the god. Kratos was therefore imprisoned and tortured by the three Furies, guardians of honor and enforcers of punishment. Helped by the oath keeper Orkos, Kratos escapes his imprisonment and confronts the Furies to be completely free of his bond to Ares.