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Cory Barlog paints a picture of a kinder, gentler God of War

6 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

With two riveting trailers, Sony has held us spellbound with the story for God of War. It introduced the first trailer last year at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 2016), the big game trade show in Los Angeles. It didn’t ship that game yet, so it showed another trailer at E3 2017 last week. In […]

E3 2017: God of War's Cory Barlog on How Creative Conflict Shaped Kratos' New Adventure

Cory Barlog’s family has a tradition. Every night before bedtime, he and his wife read their son a story. Barlog reads each page in English, then hands the book over to his wife so she can read passages in Swedish. Their son, now five years old, has taken command of their ritual. Show More Summary

E3 2017: How Kratos' Son Will Impact Combat In The New God Of War

With God of War set to launch on the PlayStation 4 in 2018, game director Cory Barlog shared one very big message regarding Kratos' son, Atreus, during a behind-closed-doors discussion at E3 2017.

E3 Gameplay Trailer: God of War – Be A Warrior [Video]

From Santa Monica Studio and creative director Cory Barlog comes a new beginning for one of gaming’s most recognizable icons. Living as a man outside the shadow of the gods, Kratos must adapt to unfamiliar lands, unexpected threats, and a second chance at being a father. Show More Summary

God Of War: What We Know So Far

During the 2014 PlayStation Experience, director Cory Barlog revealed that he and his team at Santa Monica Studios were working on a new game in the God of War series destined to arrive on the PlayStation 4. He explained that the game would be a sequel, but also a reboot of sorts.

God of War: Kratos' Son's Name Revealed

God of War director Cory Barlog confirmed the character's name after a fan discovered it in the comments section in an audio file.

Canceled Star Wars TV show helped inspire God of War

Sony announced a new God of War during E3. I think it's got some good ideas and came away impressed from an extended demo of the game (hands-off) and interview with director Cory Barlog where we talked about how this new God of War represents...Show More Summary

God of War was inspired by cancelled Star Wars TV series

God of War director Cory Barlog’s version of Kratos was inspired by cancelled Star Wars TV scripts. God of War was inspired by cancelled Star Wars TV series The new God of War game is certainly going in unexpected directions, considering Kratos has a humanizing son while learning to master his rage. But for director […]

God of War PS4 Will Not Feature Multiplayer

Director Cory Barlog has revealed a new details about what is and isn't in his game.

Abandoned "Star Wars Underworld" Series Would Have Featured a Sympathetic Emperor Palpatine

Cory Barlog, who worked briefly with Lucasarts, revealed "Star Wars Underworld's" Emperor Palpatine was "totally destroyed" by a "heartless woman."

The Reasons Behind God of War's Bold New Direction

Sony Santa Monica has big plans to shake up God of War. “We looked at every aspect of this game differently,” creative director Cory Barlog told me at E3, “all centered around the concept of ‘Why? Why am I doing this? Why am I here? Why am I making these decisions?’” Read more...

E3 2016: God of War Takes Unexpected Turn to Introspection

God of War has never been on the cutting edge of storytelling, but after seven games of murdering his way through the Greek pantheon, creative director Cory Barlog is ready to tone down the rage-fueled Kratos. The series reboot-sequel...Show More Summary

Yes, Sony Santa Monica is working on a new God of War

As you'd expect, Sony Santa Monica is working on a new God of War game. At the PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas over the weekend, Sony Santa Monica creative director Cory Barlog told an audience that development of the game was underway. Show More Summary

Santa Monica Studio working on new God of War

Development of a new God of War game is underway at Sony's Santa Monica Studio, IGN reports. God of War 2 game director and Santa Monica Creative Director Cory Barlog confirmed the project during a Q&A session at a PlayStation Experience panel, and w...

Sony Santa Monica is working on a new God of War

At the PlayStation Experience, God of War II director Cory Barlog confirmed a new God of War is in development. Sony Santa Monica joked coyly, tweeting, "Don't tell anyone what @ corybarlog just said," before following up, quoting Barlog, "Yes, we are making another God of War." The last entry was last year's God of War: Ascension. Show More Summary

Cory Barlog Returns to Sony Santa Monica Studio

Game designer Cory Barlog returns to Sony Santa Monica Studio. Come inside for his letter directly to the PlayStation community.

God of War II director back at Sony Santa Monica

Cory Barlog has come back to Sony Santa Monica after stints at Just Cause maker Avalanche Studios and Tomb Raider studio Crystal Dynamics. Previously, he served as lead animator on God of War, director on God of War II, and contributed to God of War III and the PlayStation Portable's Ghost of Sparta. Show More Summary

God of War Co-Creator Returns to Sony

Cory Barlog, one of the forces behind the God of War series, has officially returned to Sony Santa Monica.

God of War 2 director returns to Sony, building dream team for 'huge' new game

Cory Barlog, director of God of War 2, has returned to Sony Santa Monica. After jumping around in Hollywood, trying to get a Mad Max game off the ground, Barlog has returned to the studio that made him famous. In a PlayStation.Blog post revealing his journey over the years, he says that he can't reveal what he's working on... Show More Summary

Cory Barlog back at Sony Santa Monica, creating something 'huge'

Cory Barlog, who you may know as the BAFTA-winning writer and game director on God of War 2, has returned to Sony Santa Monica after leaving the studio in late 2007. In his half-announcement, half-industry travel diatribe on the PlayStation...Show More Summary

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