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Shadow of the Colossus 


Family Friendly Gaming never sounded off on Shadow of the Colossus when it was on the Playstation 2. It was decided to check this game out on the PS4. FFG could have saved some money by buying Shadow of the Colossus on the PS2. This game is messed up big time. Shadow of the Colossus fits the rebellion against God image Sony has earned.

The installation took forever, and the loading times can be obnoxiously long. Shadow of the Colossus gives us blood, violence, Japanese voice acting, false gods, deal with a demon, freeing evil spirits, and trying to bring back a soul of a dead loved one. Shadow of the Colossus does show a price is paid for that deal.

Shadow of the Colossus is dark in other ways as well. We have to go hunt down these giants and kill all of them. In the process we are freeing parts of an evil demonic Satan like characters soul. In essence Shadow of the Colossus has us play a servant of Satan. Isn’t that special? Shadow of the Colossus also teaches us to pray to false idols to get our health back. Maybe there should be an easier way out of that temple?

The controls always felt a bit off to me. I dealt with them, and I got through this game, but they always felt a bit off. Collision detection was not always accurate either. Shadow of the Colossus is just under fourteen gigs in size. So make sure your PS4 hard drive has enough space on it. The controls can be a bit complex. Thankfully Shadow of the Colossus explains to us how to do everything.

In my opinion Shadow of the Colossus is way over priced. I can see why those who rebel against God love Shadow of the Colossus. Why? Shadow of the Colossus reinforces their beliefs in that rebellion. I did not enjoy playing Shadow of the Colossus. It felt like a chore, especially with all of the demonic content. Why do video game have to include all of that? Why can’t they celebrate the diversity of Christian beliefs? Pass on this game.


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: Playstation 4
Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
Developer: Bluepoint Games
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Blood, Violence}

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