GoW III scans are properly, properly epic

Wednesday, 3rd February 2010 08:55 GMT By Johnny Cullen


Some new God of War III scans have appeared from the latest issue of OPM France.

Properly, properly epic is how we’d describe them.

They’re over at AGB.

Earlier this morning, a new video was released showing one of the new enemies for the game, known as the Chimera.

The final tale in the Greek trilogy has a US release of March 16, as confirmed last week, with a Japanese release on March 25.

SCEE’s aiming for March 19 in the UK, although nothing is confirmed.

The title, and the God of War: Collection, was revealed yesterday to have been rated by the BBFC recently. They both got 18 ratings.



  1. matirishh

    I’m just looking forward to get my hand on that big bad ass hammer, looks freakin tremendous

    #1 5 years ago
  2. onlineatron

    I like the glowing blue portal screen… It’s nice to know Santa Monica aren’t skipping on the colour :)

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Gekidami

    Some points from the scans:

    -The build they saw wasnt final.

    -They were shown what comes after the demo; Kratos slides down Perses into a cave that begins to collapse around him. He then goes deeper and ends in the hall where people are judged to either enter Elysium or Hades. In here 3 statues are the judges, Kratos must evade their red gaze and get out. This is apparently a puzzle section.

    -Some puzzle sections will also be moving all the time.

    -Talos are met in the gardens of Olympus, they’re sort of a “nemesis-like” enemy that can kill in one hit. Other then their hammer some use parts of columns as weapons, they apparently come in wood, stone, and metal forms.

    -The gardens of Olympus is a maze section with levers which once activated will change the mazes configuration.

    -Hades uses his soul army as a weapon, he can also try to steal Kratos’ soul. He takes damage by having his organs ripped out, though they sliver along the floor back into his body and regenerate him.

    -Hermes boots are a platforming item, that allow Kratos to run along walls very much like the Prince in PoP.

    #3 5 years ago
  4. Detale

    Thanks for that, interesting stuff.

    #4 5 years ago
  5. onlineatron

    Sounds like they were shown the same section as US Magazine ‘GamePro’ a few months back.

    #5 5 years ago
  6. The Hindle

    This is possibly going to be goty for me as the first two games are still amazing.

    #6 5 years ago

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