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God of War: Chains of Olympus Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:Strap on the weapons of Kratos once again as you face-off with the most terrifying creatures from Greek mythology in the first portable God of War! Developed from the ground up as an original story, Chains of Olympus will take you to lands never before seen by any mortals during Kratos's 10 years of servitude to the masters of Olympus. The gods have been rendered nearly powerless, and you will be forced to choose between your personal redemption and saving the world from certain destruction - each choice leads to different endings to the game. Use your favorite moves from the original, or try out new brutal combat moves exclusively for the PSP.
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