The game is based on Greek mythology and set in ancient Greece with Vengeance as its main motive. The underworld inhabitants prepare a nice welcoming party for the arriving Spartan: an enraged Cerberus and a couple of Satyrs these guys join a bit later. Jump up the left side and lasso the hapless Harpy. Tartarus Follow the path and about midway through Kratos should fall upon a chest containing a Phoenix Feather inside. The hallway introduces you to a new enemy: a ghostly Siren. Now you have the means to interact with the heat switch that was here previously.
Hold the button down for momentum and swing across to the opposite ledge. The Forge Hephaestus in the Forge doesn't offer much help to Kratos. One of these contains a Gorgon Eye if you haven't found all of them yet; otherwise red Orbs burst out of the chest instead. Climb the ledge on the left and advance into the next room. In the room with two statues, aim an arrow at the bramble between the statues to create an upward draft. We liked using the Nemesis Whip against them big surprise and unleashing devastating combos in the air. Follow the river, clear out some enemies using Soul Summon, activate the lever and return to the Forge.
God of War 3Kratos has to justify his protagonist hunger of violence. The Underworld River Styx As Kratos swims through this eerie river, half of his health and magic as well as his abilities will be stripped by the savage river denizens. Dealing with both at the same time can be a bit overwhelming, but their attacks remain predictable. Following the cut-scene, double jump up to the chain and swing across. Leave the Forge and return to the rotating platform.
Its most damaging attack is its water-breathing move, which can be easily predicted. There will be more than ample Orbs near the end of the game to upgrade everything, but in the beginning you must decide carefully which weapon is to be powered up first. Hit Hades with strong attacks while dodging his counterattacks until the prompt appears. Now swing across from the higher platform until it ends at the platform. From here, observe the golden footprints lining the surface to the immediate right of the ballista and follow them up into the orange portal. Clear the enemies and head past the gate.
This needs to be done two more times hence the numerous phases in this battle. The small room teems with standard enemy fare, but roaming prominently amid the crowd of small fry is a Gorgon, a slithering creature that possesses Medusa-like abilities. From here you can repeatedly press the Circle button to turn the world a bloody red. Aside from the special attacks, Hades' melee attacks will intensify as the battle drags on. Even if you've gathered them all, the chests still yield a ton of red Orbs. Hit the grapple point and land on the wooden bridge below. At the very end of the path, float down to the health chest and proceed on to the Forge.
From here, connect from point to point until Kratos reaches the top of the block safely. The most important thing to note is that the pulsating heart draws from an infinite reserve of health Orbs and supplies them to whomever beats the crap out of it when it glows red. Player can use up to four magical attacks with a power enhancing ability which is a great combat option,game features puzzles and platforming elements. Use it to ride to the top. Keep in mind that upon activation of these items you may not be able to gain Trophies. Back outside the Princess finds herself in greater distress, but take out the canines for her and drag her into the portal.
As promised, Hephaestus crafts a powerful weapon, the Nemesis Whip, although with strings attached. After disposing of the winged enemies, board the elevator with the pallet in tow and ride it back up. However, at this point Zeus re-appears and is determined to duke it out. This takes you back to the three Judges area with a chest containing a Minotaur Horn. Traverse the lattice and jump up to the descending blades to cross over. Sometimes they tend to blast each other with their own fire. Sling across the new grapple points to the save point and proceed on.
As she makes a run for it, the gates close behind her and the two stone Golems come to life. The Game Story is so Perfect it got famous amount gamer around the world. The perspective from here gives Cronos' every working advantage, but all you really have to do is run Kratos back and forth along the length of the arm to avoid a breath attack and a palm strike. The resolution of the creation is too much high from that you guys can see clearly what is happening. Cronos, an imprisoned Titan, is hell-bent on exacting his revenge--Kratos sure knows how to piss a whole lot of people off.
In this up and personal perspective, Kratos' attacks easily reach Poseidon, but expect him to retaliate in kind with jabs from both his trident and fist. She is ready for another go if you are. Cut up the mutt and the Satyrs to drop the gates. There's an infinite supply of oil cans here, and the first can be used to help weaken the enemies that appear here. The newly lit brazier releases a jet of uplifting steam.
There's a hidden alcove that is waiting to be revealed by Helios' light. These guys can't be touched for now so stay on the defensive until a Gorgon joins the party. It continues its rampage, although becomes a bit more tame. This muscled brute relies heavily on sheer strength. Kratos will run into a small nuisance in the process of doing this, but they should do little harm. Immediately latch onto the grapple point to avoid falling and get whisked away to a higher area.