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Who knows what happens when you beat this game?
I do. I watched it happen yesterday, though I did not beat it myself.
and if you like that, you should check out Ico.
Don't spoil it for me!
I guess I need to get that game back from the lamer I lent it to.
Shadow of the Colossus definitely manages to be art and game at the same time.
I also really dug God of War, which draws heavy inspiration from Ray Harryhausen movies and offers a sugar shock every couple of minutes. It's not arty like SotC, but it has clearly had a ton of work put into it to make it really fun. If you like exploring big 3-D spaces and killing lots of enemies, that is. Sometimes the enemy-whacking gets a little old.
God of War 2 is more of the same. It's basically just new levels for the same game.
simply will not play on our playstation. We bought it, took it back, exchanged for another, it didn't work, took it back, etc. We finally found on the web that God of War simply won't play on some playstations and nobody knows why.
Bloody tragic that you cannot play this game.
There is a lot of internet chatter about a "Secret Garden." I'll leave it at that. GoW is pretty cool. Epic boss battles, but no where on the scale of SoC. Not to mention that it lacks the same vision and creativity. Well executed none the less.
that I know basically what you have to do to beat the last boss and a few weird things that happen after that and all the way to the end credits with spooky sad music... which take place in a garden-ish area, though how secret it is I'm not sure.
The secret garden is a playable area after you finish the game 4 times, or bust out your fancy thumbstick and timing saavy. I understand there is a different ending once you complete that area. I have yet to do it, but now I'm feeling kind of inspired. And it shouldn't take but maybe a weekend to breeze through the game having figured it out once already. Shit it's worth it in itself just to play the game again.