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Everyone's favourite Ares conquering Nu-Metal dress and look-inspired anti-hero, Kratos, is back and shrunk down to portable size. Yes, we are, of course, talking about Sony's infamous God of War series and it's debut on the PlayStation Portable in Chains of Olympus. You could call this God of War Lite, but if portability is the way forward for you, you may want to check out our thoughts.
From our review:
"There is plenty to love here, and Ready At Dawn studios have done a bang-up job of recreating the visual and action splendour of the games home console counterparts, but there are obvious omissions in scope and the overall length of the game lends itself to more of a morning commute experience than one of sitting at home all hopped up on limb severing in front of the tellie..."
As far as PSP games go, this is one of the better options on the market. Hit the pic to the right or this link for our full review.

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