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Eurogamer - God of War has grown up, but Kratos is still reassuringly furious
IGN - God of War: Our Hands on Impressions
IGN - The first 3 hours of God of War are way more emotional than we expected
GameInformer - 5 surprises from our Hands-On Time with God of War
Polygon - God of War’s spectacular opening sets the stage for an emotional journey
Gamespot - God of War Makes Big Changes
The Verge - God of War’s first two hours show a more mature game
Kotaku - We played the first hour of the new God of War and we really liked it
DailyStar: A triumphant return to form and potentially Sony’s GOTG
Digital Foundry Video - PS4’s Next Big Tech Showcase
Easy Allies - God of War Returns
Visually, the game looks incredible, probably, the best PS4 Pro game we’ve seen. Which after Uncharted 4, Lost Legacy and Horizon Zero Dawn, feels like quite a feat to achieve, but somehow Sony’s first-party studio’s just keeping knocking it out the park - this time seemingly into the overflow car park just for good measure.
Story-wise we’re hooked two hours in. Actually, in truth, the boss fight one hour in had us hooked. And yet, we’re still utterly clueless to the bigger picture, but dear lord we can’t wait to unravel the Norse mythology surrounding this new adventure.
Then there’s the combat, which was our biggest worry as a lifelong God of War fan - but it just works, seamlessly, with zero fuss and a book of further opportunities just waiting to be unlocked and exploited.
Has Cory Barlog created a potential game of the year contender? That’s as safe as houses.
The better question is, has Cory Barlog created THE best game of the PS4 generation so far? We’re starting to think so.