God of War
2018's God of War and the new Predator film Prey have a lot in common.
Gamers, as expected, were not happy when the rumored news got delayed and opted to do something very despicable to get that highly coveted release date for God of War Ragnarok.
We can expect to be hearing Kratos scream boooooooyyyy in a live-action television series soon.
PlayStation 4’s classic (debate your uncle) God of War shook the video game world when it was released last year April 20. To celebrate the games anniversary, Sony announced a new documentary Raising Kratos that will give fans a never before seen look at how the game came to life.
It’s a good year to be Sony and to also own a PlayStation 4. God of War’s reign at the top as the console’s fastest-selling game was shorter than leprechauns thanks to Spider-Man.
God of War is not even a month old, and it’s already in a class by itself. Since it’s April 20th release, Kratos’ father & son adventure has moved more units than any other PS4 exclusive in just three days.
God of War PS4 director, Cory Barlog definitely had his Chris Gardner moment like in the biopic Pursuit of Happyness. When you pour your heart and soul into something and see it’s being well received amongst your peers, of course, you’re going to be a bit emotional.
God of War‘s return to consoles has been long anticipated and that we are just days away from the epic game’s release the reviews are pouring in and they are all positive.
Sony Santa Monica Studios finally gives us more details on what we can expect from the new Kratos in their latest trailer for the remake of Sony’s prized franchise God of War. We also got a release date as well so mark 4/20 on your calendar cause that’s when Kratos will make his official PS4 […]