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David Jaffe—the original creator of God of War—is not working on the upcoming God of War: Ascension. But, if he were, Jaffe gives a few hints on what he’d put into the game.

“[I’d] bring in different myths, add a very robust and meaningful co-star (I think lots and lots can be done story wise with co-op play), and look to the Zelda structure as a jumping off point. Hyper violent Legend of Zelda? Yes please!”

Jaffe gives this answer in the latest issue of UK magazine games™, in response to the question of what he’d do were he involved with Ascension. As well, Jaffe expands a bit on the whole idea of adding co-op to the game.

“That could be cool. I could see that working. I’d love to see player one be Kratos and player two be this stupid annoying sidekick that – for some to be determined story reason – Kratos is stuck with for the whole adventure and in the end, once the main quest is over, Kratos just snaps the poor kid’s neck.”

You know what I’d love to see in God of War? Kratos having an annoying sidekick, like Justin Long or Michael Cera or Shia LaBeouf. God of War? More like God of Awesome!

(I’m totally being series. Or, maybe I’m not. And maybe Jaffe isn’t as well. Or maybe he is.)

If Kratos were to have a sidekick, who would you like to see? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Now Gamer

Source: Now Gamer

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About Eric Patterson

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Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.

What God of War’s Original Creator Would Put Into God of War: Ascension

David Jaffe—the original creator of God of War—is not working on the upcoming God of War: Ascension. But, if he were, Jaffe gives a few hints on what he'd put into the game.

By Eric Patterson | 04/27/2012 03:59 PM PT

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David Jaffe—the original creator of God of War—is not working on the upcoming God of War: Ascension. But, if he were, Jaffe gives a few hints on what he’d put into the game.

“[I’d] bring in different myths, add a very robust and meaningful co-star (I think lots and lots can be done story wise with co-op play), and look to the Zelda structure as a jumping off point. Hyper violent Legend of Zelda? Yes please!”

Jaffe gives this answer in the latest issue of UK magazine games™, in response to the question of what he’d do were he involved with Ascension. As well, Jaffe expands a bit on the whole idea of adding co-op to the game.

“That could be cool. I could see that working. I’d love to see player one be Kratos and player two be this stupid annoying sidekick that – for some to be determined story reason – Kratos is stuck with for the whole adventure and in the end, once the main quest is over, Kratos just snaps the poor kid’s neck.”

You know what I’d love to see in God of War? Kratos having an annoying sidekick, like Justin Long or Michael Cera or Shia LaBeouf. God of War? More like God of Awesome!

(I’m totally being series. Or, maybe I’m not. And maybe Jaffe isn’t as well. Or maybe he is.)

If Kratos were to have a sidekick, who would you like to see? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Now Gamer

Source: Now Gamer

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0   POINTS



About Eric Patterson

view all posts

Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.