Over the last six months, I have had the great pleasure of reading your comments on the many videos I have made. You have discussed games you love, games you can’t wait to see more of and games you just need to have in your lives.

So now, I wanted to share with you four games that have meant a lot to me over the years. The first of which is God of War.

Check out the video above to hear me rekindle some fond memories of Kratos smashing skulls and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for even more great video content in the coming weeks.



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  1. I was of a similar age when I played God of War as well. I remember I borrowed it from a friend so didn’t have to convince my parents to buy it for me =p

    I can definitely relate to your feelings about the game. I remember spending loads of time looking for all the different treasure chests in every single level. And the combat was so smooth, which made the difficulty really fun instead of frustrating. I was also really into Greek mythology at the time, and was pleasantly surprised how true to the source material the game was. Obviously Kratos isn’t a part of it, but all the other characters were wonderfully realized and their reactions to Kratos’ actions were very true to their natures. One of the most rewarding and fun gaming experiences I had growing up.

    Also, sad to hear that you’re leaving man. All the best in future endeavors. Are you still going to be in games journalism?

    1. Exactly. Because the combat was so good, raising the difficulty made the game better.

      I spent a lot more time researching Greek mythology after playing God of War. I will still watch a documentary on the mythology from time to time.

      I am definitely staying in games journalism, this industry is way too fun to leave. Hardcore Gamer will be my new home. OnlySP is still the longest I have stayed with any site in my career, mainly because of how great the staff and community are. I am thrilled I got to be a part of the site as long as I did.

      Thank you for the kind words,


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