God of War: Ghost of Sparta is a popular PPSSPP game. It was first released for the Playstation Portable (PSP) handheld console on November 2, 2010, and it’s still amongst the interesting games to play on PSP and PPSSPP emulators at the moment.
God of War: Ghost of Sparta is an action-adventure game that focuses on combo-based combat, achieved through the player’s main weapon – the Blades of Athena – and a secondary weapon acquired later in the game. It features quick time events that require the player to complete various game controller actions in a timed sequence to defeat stronger enemies and bosses. Up to three magical attacks and a power-enhancing ability can be used as alternative combat options. Ghost of Sparta also features puzzles and platforming elements.
It is a third-person single-player video game viewed from a fixed camera perspective. The player controls the character Kratos in the hack and slash combo-based combat, platforming, and puzzle game elements, and battles foes who primarily stem from Greek mythology, including minotaurs, cyclopes, harpies, Gorgons, and satyrs.
The undead legionnaires, Keres wraiths, geryons, automatons, Boreas beasts, and Triton warriors were influenced by the mythology but created specifically for the game. Platforming elements require the player to climb walls, jump across chasms, swing on ropes, and balance across beams to proceed through sections of the game.
Some puzzles are simple, such as moving a box so that the player can use it to access a pathway unreachable with normal jumping, but others are more complex, such as finding several items across different areas of the game to unlock one door. The game features new weapons, magical powers, and navigational abilities not present in previous games.
Kratos’ main weapon is the Blades of Athena, a pair of blades attached to chains that are wrapped around the character’s wrists and forearms. In gameplay, the blades can be swung offensively in various manoeuvres. Later in the game, Kratos acquires a new weapon, the Arms of Sparta – a spear and shield offering alternative combat options (e.g., Kratos can use the shield for defence and the spear for offence, such as throwing it at distant targets).
Kratos gains a special ability, Thera’s Bane, that infuses his blades with fire, and is similar to the Rage ability in previous games, providing increased attack damage that is strong enough to pierce through enemy armour. As with the Items in God of War III, this ability automatically replenishes itself (represented by the Fire meter), allowing further usage.
Both the Arms of Sparta and Thera’s Bane are used to overcome environmental obstacles (e.g., certain doors require the use of Thera’s Bane to open). Kratos learns to use up to three magical abilities, including the Eye of Atlantis, Scourge of Erinys, and the Horn of Boreas, giving him a variety of ways to attack and kill enemies. The relic Poseidon’s Trident is retained from the prior instalment, which allows him to breathe underwater, a necessary ability as parts of the game require long periods there.
The combat system has been updated to allow Kratos to “pummel enemies to the ground as well as throw them”, and perform air-to-air attacks. An “augmented death system” is also used, featuring specific weapons and magic death animations.
This game’s challenge mode is called the Challenge of the Gods, which features five Challenges of Ares, with an additional eight Challenges of Athena that can be unlocked. The challenge mode requires players to complete a series of specific tasks (e.g., kill all enemies without being attacked). A new mode exclusive to this game has been added called The Temple of Zeus, which allows players to sacrifice collected red orbs (from both in-game and the challenge mode) to unlock additional features, such as the Challenges of Athena, bonus costumes for Kratos, behind-the-scenes videos, and concept art of the characters and environments. Completing each difficulty level unlocks additional rewards. A Combat Arena (similar to the version in God of War III) allows players to pick adversaries and adjust the level of difficulty to improve their skills.
Download God of War: Ghost of Sparta PPSSPP ISO 200MB (Compressed)
|File Name:||God of War: Ghost of Sparta|
|Genre:||Action, Fighting, Adventure|
|Publisher||Sony Computer Entertainment|
|Year of release:||2010|
Download - God of War: Ghost of Sparta 7z (200MB)
How to install God of War: Ghost of Sparta PPSSPP ISO on Android
Before you can play any ISO game on Android, you are going to need an emulator. Those who don’t have a PPSSPP emulator can get it here.
- Download and install zArchiver from Google Playstore.
- Locate the 7z file you downloaded and extract the game’s ISO file from it (Ensure you save the game file in an easily accessible folder).
- Launch the PPSSPP Emulator on your smartphone, locate the folder where you saved the game’s ISO file and select – God of War – Ghost of Sparta to launch the game. You can now play and enjoy the Ghost of Sparta to your maximum satisfaction.
If you ever experience lags while playing the game on your Android smartphone, you can try applying the following settings on your PPSSPP Emulator to see if the lag reduces or stops.