God of War: Ghost of Sparta

God of War: Ghost of Sparta (PSP)

2010

System
PlayStation Portable
Publisher
Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer
SCE San Diego Studio

7.8

Game Rating

User Ratings: 5

Our Review: 9/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Action
Release Date

PlayStation Portable

  • 3rd Nov 2010 (USA)
  • 2nd Nov 2010 (UK/EU)
Series
God of War

Screenshots (8)

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God of War: Ghost of Sparta Screenshot
God of War: Ghost of Sparta Screenshot
God of War: Ghost of Sparta Screenshot
God of War: Ghost of Sparta Screenshot
God of War: Ghost of Sparta Screenshot

Reviews

  • 5

    PSPortable

    Review God of War: Ghost of Sparta

    Mini massacre

    While we're huge fans of Kratos here in the Push Square office, not every PlayStation fan shares our affection. The spartan warrior's constant anger grates with many followers, so much so that they are unable to look past the character in order to enjoy the game. Despite slotting awkwardly between the first and second God of War...

About The Game

God of War: Ghost of Sparta is a single player action-adventure game for PlayStation Portable.

The second game in the series to be developed specifically for play on the PSP, Ghost of Sparta is set after the events of the original PlayStation 2 game, revealing the previously unknown struggles and history of Kratos as he challenges the deities of Olympus, eventually taking the status and title of god for himself. The game features bigger bosses and more enemies than the previous PSP release, as well as new combat and weapons systems.

As players explore the ancient world, prepare to navigate through a labyrinth of challenging puzzles interwoven into the story
Enhanced melee combat system that allows a variety of finishing moves, air-to-air attacks and devastating grappling combos
Wield new deadly weapons such as the Spear and Shield and magical powers for more lethal attacks
Bigger and more diverse gameplay than the earlier Chains of Olympus game, featuring larger bosses, double the enemies on-screen
Stunning visuals that have never been seen before on the PSP system