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God Of War 2 HD PSN [UPD]

God of War II is a hack-and-slash action-adventure video game and the sequel to the God of War video game for the PlayStation 2. It was released in North America on March 13, 2007, in Europe on April 27, and on May 3, 2007 in Australia.The North American NTSC version of God of War II is packaged in a two-disc set. The first disc contains the game, and the second disc is dedicated to the game's development, including a diary of the game's production. The European/Australian PAL version comes in two different editions: a single disc standard edition and a two disc "Special Edition" that comes in a different case than the single disc edition. It also includes different box art, a bonus DVD, as well as the PAL version of the game.

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The gameplay of God of War II is very similar to that of its predecessor. The player controls Kratos through a combination of combat, platforming, and puzzle game elements. It also keeps the concept of using minigames to perform bloody kills. Another element that returns from the previous game is Kratos ability to find Red Orbs to level up his weapons and magic and Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feathers to increase his health and magic meters.

Like the previous God of War, Kratos receives numerous weapons and magical powers all throughout his quest, given to him by certain characters, or taken from his enemies. These items offer small enhancements in terms of gameplay over God of War, such as Icarus' Wings (an item cut from the original game), which allows the player to glide short distances, the Golden Fleece, which allows players to repel projectiles, and the Blades of Athena, an item returning from the first game which now lets players swing from highlighted objects.

God of War II takes place shortly after the events of God of War: Ghost of Sparta, but over 13 years after the events of God of War; Kratos, after defeating Ares, has become the new God of War, but unfortunately has not been accepted by the other Gods due to his ruthless treatment of the other Greek city-states. Kratos is still haunted by memories of the deeds from his past while working under Ares. He finds enjoyment the only way he can, by leading and aiding his Spartan army in conquering Greece. Athena pleads that Kratos stop, telling him that she cannot protect him much longer from the wrath of Olympus and that he should not turn his back on her because it was she who made him a god. Kratos replies that he owes nothing to her and descends to the battle of Rhodes to assist his Spartan army.

Kratos joins the fight as a God and begins destroying the city of Rhodes. After a short while, Kratos notices an Eagle, who Kratos believes to be Athena in disguise. The bird robs him of his godly height, infusing them into the Colossus of Rhodes and bringing it to life to kill Kratos.

After a protracted conflict with the metal giant that rages across the city, Zeus offers Kratos the Blade of Olympus, which Zeus himself used to win the Great War between the Gods and the Titans. At Zeus' behest, Kratos infuses the Blade with his godhood, rendering him mortal but enabling him to destroy the Colossus from the inside. However, Kratos soon finds himself mortally wounded after being crushed by the severed, falling hand of the statue.

Kratos realizes he must retrieve the Blade of Olympus to save himself. As he slowly gets up and limps his way to the sword, Zeus reveals himself as the Eagle that stole his power, and he betrayed Kratos so that his fate will not be the same as Ares'. Zeus then stabs the Blade of Olympus into Kratos' chest, killing him after he refuses to forever serve the Gods and wiping out all the Spartans & Rhodes soldiers.

However, as Kratos is being dragged towards an eternity of torment in the Underworld, he is saved by Gaia, the mother of the Titans and the franchise's narrator, who offers an alliance. Kratos, who still have some remained powers in him, escapes the Underworld and is bidden by Gaia to find the Sisters of Fate in order to change his past, regain back his god powers as well as his status, as the god of war, and then avert his betrayal and kill Zeus. She gives Kratos the aid of the magical horse Pegasus to traverse the distance to the Sisters.

Kratos and Pegasus, after a detour to a mountain that houses the Titan Typhon and the former Titan Prometheus, start flying towards The Island of Creation, but are again attacked by Griffins and Ravens, aided by the Dark Rider. The Dark Rider succeeds in slamming into Pegasus, sending the horse plummeting to its death, but Kratos counter-attacks by jumping onto The Dark Griffin, killing the Dark Rider with the Spear of Destiny, and killing the Dark Griffin by lodging the spear in its neck, as Kratos dives to the Island of Creation below.

As he explores the island, Kratos questions Gaia why she offers to help him. Gaia then tells the story of Zeus and how Cronos, Zeus' father, ate all of his children to prevent the prophecy that one of his own children would rise against him and how Rhea, Zeus' mother, saved her child and sent him away to an island that was really Gaia, the Titaness Mother of Earth and Zeus' grandmother, and Gaia nurtured Zeus until he grew to be a man and sought revenge against Cronos and all the Titans. Kratos then encounters the likes of Theseus, from whom he kills and gains the Horse Keeper's Key and the Steeds of Time (a gift to the Sisters of Fate from Cronos in an attempt to change his own fate), Perseus, whom he savagely kills and takes his reflective shield to progress, the captain from the ship in the beginning of the God of War, and the Barbarian King whom he decapitated in the original God of War, from whom he takes the Barbarian Hammer. Kratos also encounters a haggard and crazed Icarus, whom he takes his wings from, and the Gorgon queen Euryale, from whom he gained the Head of Euryale by decapitating.

Kratos lands upon the Titan Atlas below the earth and tries to communicate with him. At first Atlas resents the sight of the Spartan and refuses to help Kratos, bent on crushing the human for his new imprisonment since their last meeting in God of War: Chains of Olympus. However, Kratos manages to persuade Atlas to help him so that he may change his fate and kill Zeus. Atlas, intrigued by Kratos' goal, he tells him about the Blade of Olympus' creation: As the Great War between the Gods and the Titans emerged, Zeus soon created a powerful weapon called the Blade of Olympus to end the Great War and with the Blade he banished the Titans to the depths of Tartarus. When the Titans were defeated by the Gods, they were punished and humiliated, and they want Kratos' help to exact revenge. With the Titan accepting the offer, he grants Kratos a new power called the Atlas Quake and helps him back to the surface so that he may continue his quest. After reaching the surface he kills the Kraken and reawakens the Phoenix to fly towards the Temple of Fates with his desire for revenge for Zeus and a knowledge gained from one of his fellow soldiers on how Zeus destroyed Sparta acts as an anger that helps him continue his quest. Finally reaching the Throne Room, Kratos expresses his firm desire to change his own fate, and that of Zeus, the King of the Gods of Olympus, after which the Sisters deny him passage through. Kratos then confronts Lahkesis.

After a gruesome battle, Kratos stands witness as the middle sister Atropos comes forth from within the defeated Lahkesis, taking Kratos back in time, to the very moment of his battle with Ares. Planning on cutting his life short by destroying the Blade of the Gods, Kratos interferes by defending the Blade of the Gods, thus keeping the way things originally were. He soon defeats Atropos before traveling back to the present time while leaving Atropos trapped in a mirror. Now fighting both Lahkesis and Atropos at the same time, Kratos manages to stab the two Sisters with his blades and destroy the mirror they are trapped in. Thus, imprisoning both sisters for good.

Kratos then makes his way to the remaining sister, Clotho, who operates and defends the Loom of Fate, which rules the lives of mortals and Gods alike. Pinning Clotho's hands to the ground, Kratos manages to impale her skull with a giant swinging blade-like pendulum, killing her. With the defeat of the three Sisters of Fates, Kratos granted himself control over the Loom and his own destiny. Kratos, finally having his powers back and becoming the God of War once again, goes back to his death at Zeus' hands in Rhodes, saving his past self and reclaiming the Blade of Olympus from a surprised Zeus, inciting a lengthy battle with the King of the Gods. At the end of the fight, Zeus stuns Kratos with a powerful lighting storm, Kratos then announces untruthfully that he surrenders. As Zeus is about to kill Kratos, who then deflects the blow using an energy blast and pins Zeus's hands to the rock with the Blades of Athena. Kratos then takes the Blade of Olympus and begins driving it into Zeus' chest exactly how Zeus stabbed him with.

Before he could finish, Athena arrives and defends Zeus, however, Kratos is angered by her betrayal & interference as Athena announces her intentions to protect Olympus. The badly wounded Zeus attempts to escape, while stating Kratos has started a war, he can't possibly win as the Sisters of Fate already predicted his victory. However, Kratos breaks free of the defending Athena, charging towards Zeus with the Blade of Olympus, but Athena sacrifices herself by impaling herself upon the blade, granting Zeus escape. A stunned Kratos asks her why she did this as the dying goddess reveals that Zeus' actions are meant to break the cycle of son killing father, which goes back to Cronos killing Uranus, and Zeus killing Cronos. By killing Kratos before he can kill him, Zeus had hoped to break the cycle - thus confirming that Kratos is, in fact, Zeus' own son, which reveals that Kratos is a demigod right before Kratos became fully a god after slaughtering Ares, and she begs him to relent in his quest for vengeance. 041b061a72


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