Lately, we have had our ups and downs related to God of War, but we are happy to see a new release from one of Sony’s biggest icons, even if it’s not for some of us. The question we now is whether it deserves all of those 10/10 review scores. Our reviewer, Kyle, is hard at work to answer that question.
Many of us will be starting the journey this weekend, but others will be venturing off into different directions. Will you be killing mythological creatures with a shiny new ax, or will you just take a nap until the hype dies down? Let us know your plans in the comments.
Baku calls in F1 2016 before next weekend’s actual race. In between the three free practices, qualifying, and the race, I plan on taking a Kawasaki Ninja around the North West 200 in Ride 2.
God of War is the name of the weekend. There will be no exceptions.
I will be finishing up a (better than expected) review, but the real star of the weekend is God of War. I will throw anger management to the wind and join Kratos and son on what I hope will not be a disappointing journey. That is, as soon as the update finishes downloading…
With the woman and child on holiday, I’m free to spend my weekend off doing whatever I want. So I’ll be tidying up the house to avoid a royal bollocking on her return… When I’m not doing my best Freddy Mercury (I Want to Break Free) cosplay, I’ll be playing some Shadow of War, as well as tackling some new stuff for review purposes. Can’t say much about them at the moment, but be on the lookout for some fresh reviews this coming week.
Outside Laddie barricading herself in a room with a PS4 Pro, God of War, and enough food and water to last a week, the rest of the team couldn’t make it. They are acting as technical advisers to Adam Sandler on Pixels 2. Good luck, team. You’ll need it.
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Jason became terminally addicted to videogames after receiving the NES at an early age. This addiction grew to include PC gaming and was cemented with the launch of the PS2. From then on, he was afflicted with epic RPGs, tense shooters, and deep strategy games, never becoming skillful, but never able to quit. He continues to play games (poorly) and share his passion for them to anyone willing to listen.