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God of War: Ghost of Sparta

The God of War: Origins Collection (Ghost of Sparta) Demo on PSN Tomorrow

Shave your head and break out the red body paint because starting tomorrow you will be able to get your first taste of playing the God of War: Origins Collection as a demo for God of War: Ghost of Sparta, one half of the Origins Collection, will become available to download on Sony's PlayStation Network store if you are a PlayStation Plus member and if you are not a PlayStation Plus member then unfortunately you'll have to wait until next week (September 6th) with the rest of the mere mortals to get your hands on the demo.

God of War: Ghost of Sparta trailer has family drama + bonus item revealed

When God of War 3 dropped on the PS3 earlier this year there was a nice sense of closure to the series.  Without being an ass and spoiling the game, the journey of Kratos indeed came to a satisfying ending that left a 10% chance of a sequel some point down the road.  Then shortly after GOW3 Sony announced God of War: Ghost of Sparta for the PSP.  Serving as bridge between the first two games in the series, Ghost of Sparta has a lot going for it but to some there was a feeling of “too much, too soon, same old GOW.”  After watching this new trailer for Ghost of Sparta, I t

God of War: Ghost of Sparta release date and pre-order bonus announced

Earlier this year PS3 owners were able to experience the pure epicness that was God of War 3 and now PSP owners can soon experience the rage of Kratos, albeit on a smaller scale.  God of War’s second PSP game, Ghost of Sparta, is now set for a November 2nd release. That’s per the PlayStation Blog so it’s safe to assume that’s a locked release date.

God of War: Ghost of Sparta First Look At Gameplay Video.

As Sony's God of War: Ghost of Sparta inches closer in making its second appearance on the PSP later this year, you now can whet your brutal head ripping fix by checking out the first gameplay footage below.

The video features Kratos wrecking his "I'm a very angry man" havoc on a ship off the coast of Atlantis and continues his bloody mayhem on shore (Atlantis itself perhaps) against some hapless creepy looking fools.

I'm taking a long shot here but perhaps the city of Atlantis mysteriously disappeared because Kratos gone and stomped it into oblivion?

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