NSFW Let’s Play God of War: Ghost of Sparta Part 3

NSFW Let’s Play God of War: Ghost of Sparta Part 3

What happens when an amateur video editor tries his hand at creating a Let’s Play series for the very first time for NSFW Gamer? A sweet and sticky combination of fail and rage.

Listen in as Anystrom0 laments his lack of technological prowess while Medusa’s attempt to get Kratos stoned in honor of this past weekend. All this and more in this week’s episode of NSFW Let’s Play God of War: Ghost of Sparta!

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2 Responses to “NSFW Let’s Play God of War: Ghost of Sparta Part 3”

  1. Noah says:

    Just got around to watching the Let’s Plays. Finished part 1 and just started part 2. I’m liking the commentary. Keep up the good work man, you’ve got a good voice. Might I suggest Shadows of the Damned for the next game? It’s really funny, and it has bewbs! It’s a seriously under appreciated game that should have sold more. Maybe it would have if they had advertised it more.

    And what’s great is that, as funny as it can be, it also has some rather serious moments too. They also give you backstory on bosses via a story book that either the main character, Gacia Hotspur, or his floating skull buddy, Johnson, will read, and the stories are really cool to listen to.

    Also, Akira Yamaoka composed the music, and it’s fucking awesome. Silent Hill fans will remember him for composing the music for every Silent Hill up until Downpour, which he did not compose. Even the shitty SH games had great music.

    Only two real issues with Shadows, one kind of big, and one not so big. The not so big problem is that the controls, while functional and responsive, are not as tight as the could be. It plays very much like RE4 and Dead Space, with the ability to shoot and move like the latter. However, the character doesn’t really feel like he has any weight behind him. Issac Clark feels heavy when he moves, and it feels good. Garcia feels like he weighs 80lbs when he runs around and dodges and the like. Hard to explain, you just have to play. Also, the aiming isn’t the best, but it’s not bad either. The more serious issue for me is that there are no extras to unlock, and very little replay value. I really enjoyed this game, and it bums me out that there is little to no reason for me to play through again outside of just wanting to enjoy it again.

    One final note, one stage of the game, and I mean the whole stage, is a fantastic nod to a certain cult classic horror movie franchise. Hail to the king, baby.

  2. anystrom0 says:

    Thanks a lot for your feedback, Noah! Much appreciated!

    I am a HUGE fan of Shadows of the Damned, and I will be seriously considering that for next time – I’ve been meaning to give it another shot. Thank you for watching, and stay tuned for more!