Overthrowingthe war god Ares and took his throne, Kratos achieved his goal, but for such a daring deed had to pay a heavy price. Brave son of Sparta has inherited from the merciless god not only the strength and power, but absorbed all the cruelty and the wrath of the infinite dark lord. Now Kratos he brings down on the land of ancient Greece unprecedented misery and damnation, plunging the once beautiful world into chaos, against which the pale machinations of the Ares.
Kratos is armed with two swords of chaos, chained to the hands of the hero. The long and dangerous journey awaits Spartan.
Combined motion, techniques and strokes has never before been so cruel and unrestrained fury. Any attack Kratos can result in a bloody river, a raging torrent which dries up just when we have defeated all the enemies to the last.
Traveling Kratos meets Medusa, Cyclops, Minotaur, Harpy, Titans and other mythical creatures and monsters. You will receive the Aegean Sea, Athens, the kingdom of the dead, the desert of lost souls, Olympus and other places and characters familiar from the myths of ancient Greece. The player will have to climb the mountain cliffs, swim rivers, climb the steep wall, fighting against thousands of enemies and solve puzzles.
During the game, Kratos will learn dozens of magic spells - with their help at critical moments in a soldier can call for help of the Zeus smite enemies electrical discharges, and pay the monsters in stone overlooking the severed head of Medusa the Gorgon.
Fortunately, the game gives you plenty to kill and makes it plenty fun to do so. Apart from the usual array of Cyclopes, minotaurs, and zombie warriors, there's a whole host of new characters to fight, not the least of which are several recognizable figures from Greek mythology, such as Icarus, Perseus (voiced by, of all people, Clash of the Titans' Harry Hamlin), and big-daddy Olympus himself, Zeus. Mind you, the God of War universe doesn't treat the mythology on which it's based with much regard for accuracy. This is basically Greek fan fiction, with the only real goal being to bring together as many characters from Greek mythology as possible and then provide fun ways to kill all of them. On this front, the game doesn't disappoint.

Processor Speed: Pentium 4 2.0 Ghz
OS: Windows  Xp,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Memory RAM: 1 Gb for Windows Xp, 2 Gb  for Windows Vista or Windows 7
DirectX Version: DirectX 9
Videocard Memory: 256 MB or Higher
Harddisk Space: 2 GB for Harddisk Space
Mouse and Keyboard