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God of War

God of War (2018) [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

God of War is a title that not only rewards fans of the original franchise, but will bring in gamers en masse thanks to a simply ridiculous amount of dedication and finesse from the developers. It is a title sure to be remembered as a landmark moment in video game history.

The Pros: 

+Stunning graphics and grandiose scope
+Powerful and compelling storyline/main quest
+Playful use of tropes and evolutionary gameplay
+Oscar-caliber soundtrack
+Subtly, attention to detail, and innovation through out all parts of the game (mechanics, story, world creation)

The Cons: 

-Kids can be little shits some times Rating : 

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