The Best God of War Ascension Characters

One of the absolute best parts of God of War Ascension, as with all god of War games, has to be the amazing character design. Here’s a look at the top 3 character designs for monsters in God of War Ascension

God of War Ascensions Elephant Man

Here’s a feller who sorely needs a nose job. The elephant man comes at you with a giant club, trumpeting as he comes. He scoops you up into his giant hands, squeezing the life out of you while you desperately hack away at his limb. Then when he’s dying you repeatedly stab into his head as the blood pours out. Sounds like a good night down the local pub to me.

God of War Ascenions: Goat-Head-Dude

I’m gonna level with ya. The name of this guy isn’t actually Goat Head Dude (nor is it Daniel Bryan, for any WWE fans reading). I’m not 100% certain what this guys name in, but one thing I do know is that I’ve got mad respect for him. But then, it’s hard not to respect a giant goat with a sword about as long as blue whale. it would be awesome if he actually attacked with those giant horns on his head too as opposed to just wearing them for bling-factor, but heck, there you are, bling these days is worth more to a goat than a good weapon is.


God of War Ascension Cyclops (Polyphymous)

Polyphemus is the gigantic one-eyed son of Poseidon and Thoosa in Greek mythology, one of the Cyclopes. And apparently, his name means “much spoken of,” though, to be fair, I can’t imagine who would dare to talk about this giant 1 million-pound cyclops behind his back. Whether or not he hasn’t to be conveniently chained to the side of a building is largely irrelevant. You just don’t go talking about building-sized cyclopses, not if you know what’s good for you. Thank god he has that giant eye that can be so conveniently stabbed. . . Eye poking with swords, kids; it’s dangerous, do NOT do it at home.



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