Seven Things We’re Glad God of War is Getting Rid of
God of War III's sex minigame revealed! | GamesRadar+
The new God of War is a continuation of the six main games that came before. From the trilogy to the PSP games even to the disappointing but still totally playable God of War Ascension, our protagonist Kratos has gone through precious little character development. Well, the new God of War looks to change that. Kratos is a dad again! It sure is nice seeing an old god learn new tricks. Speaking of gods — Kratos killed them all. Well, all of the Greek gods, demigods and everything in-between anyway.
'God Of War' Director Brilliantly Responds To Lack Of Sex Scenes In 2018 Game
While it's true that 's God of War reboot was pretty much everything we could've asked for, fans of the early games may have noticed that one thing was missing from the latest installment in the series - namely, the interactive sex "mini-games". Given the way the game re-positioned Kratos as more of a conflicted and remorseful figure than the Vengeance Dude we remembered, this made sense In case you can't view the tweet below on your device, here is Balrog's response in full: "Sex is great and all but have you tried carrying your wife's ashes to the top of a mountain in the frozen lands of myth and magic with your precocious BOI and a loquacious disembodied head on your belt? He does bring up several valid points, to be fair.
Sex minigames have become a sort of tradition in God of War games; ever since Kratos's infamous encounter with two women in the first game, it's become expected, even mandatory, that he get it on with at least two chicks in every game he stars in. For a little while, though, it looked as though God of War III was going to do away with the concept entirely — and as we played through the game for our review with no simulated offscreen sex in sight, our fears grew that maybe it had. Luckily, we were wrong. While it happens late in the game, God of War III featuresnot only a button-mashingsex minigame, but one starring no less notable afigure than Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love.