Meanwhile, At the God of War III Launch at Best Buy


That time of year has come once again, where for a week or two I actually wish I owned a PS3. Last year it was for Uncharted 2, now it’s for God of War III which came out on Tuesday. Sadly, no one I know even has a PS3, so I won’t be able to play it for an indefinite amount of time.

I actually thought about buying a PS3 this week just for GOW III, but as awesome a game as that is sure to be, there’s most definitely no more than 10-12 hours of playing time, and I just can’t justify that purchase.

Anyway, what were we talking about? Oh right, this is some awesome dude killing Best Buy employees while dressed as Kratos at the GOW III launch this week. How come this kind of shit never happened when I worked there?

  • Madison

    That’s some Ultimate Warrior action right there.

  • Sam

    I promise I don’t mean to sound like a Sony fan boy here but most of the arguments I hear from 360 fans about how the 360 is better than the ps3 goes something along the lines of “its impressive but it doesn’t have enough exclusive games.” Well that’s just not true, in the past year the ps3 has had many more critically acclaimed exclusive titles such as: God of War 3, Uncharted 2, Heavy Rain, Little Big Planet, Ratchet and Clank Future: a Crack in Time, Killzone 2, Resistance 2, the list goes on. Where as the 360 had had what? Mass effect 2, Gears of War 2, Left 4 Dead 2 and an awful Halo spin off. Again not trying to sound like a fan boy just trying to defend my system of choice, which only seems to get beat up on all the time.

  • SirEdward

    Exactly what Sam said.

    The “PS3 has no exclusives” argument lost it’s ability to hold water back in early 2009, around the time Infamous came out.

    But, to add to your list Sam, other PS3 exlusives worth owning:

    The aforementioned Infamous, Metal Gear Solid 4, MAG, Gran Turismo (yes, even just Prologue), Fat Princess (Must have!), Flower, and about 100 more PSN exlusive games that are actually unique.