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TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 28 – Final

It is time to end this journey, we’ve beaten the Minitour, the box room, the tower of frustration. We have defeated the challenge of Pandora’s tower, facing minions and gorgon’s, all from the humble beginning of kicking the Hydras ass. We are finally confronting the God of War, Ares, as we look to end this fight.

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 27

The long awaited, most frustrating section of God of War, has arrived. Worse than the box room, worse than Amy Rose, worse than the yellow car. Will Xavier get past the section that ended his first attempts at finishing God of War(original), we shall see… WARNING: Continuous loud rumblings and screams throughout.

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 26

So we died, and now we are in Tartarus, only it isn’t a nice palace and we can’t pet Cerberus. Welp, better get onto pummeling minions and running Wipe Out style puzzles. Until we get to that once section…

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 25

Join Xavier as he continues his journey through God of War(original). Then end of the Temple of Pandora is in sight, we are so close to getting that bloody box. We just need to get through a few death traps, arenas, minions, back story, and ALL OF MY RAGE.

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 24

We have arrived at the box room, a room so infamous in God of War play that I erased the memories of playing this section. Can you say frustrating, I can… Watch as Xavier continues his fight to complete the classic that is, God of War(original).

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 23

It’s time for some puzzle action as we go through the cliffs of madness. Lets play some Tetris like block moving, some fun with bridges, all before we come to the box room. And we haven’t even gotten to the most frustrating section. Follow Xavier as he completes God of War (original).

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 22

Its not the tower climbing section yet, but we are getting closer to find Pandora’s box. We have another new enemy, we have some more back story, and we make our way up the cliffs of madness. Sounds fun. Follow Xavier as he attempts to completed God of War (original).

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 21

Having defeated the Minotaur, we start with some grave-robbing and then move swiftly on by getting the best overpowered power of the game. Then we get in our running as we do some further exploring to conquer the classic that is God of War (original).

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 20

We have been building up to this over the last few episodes. it’s time for a proper boss fight, with a big boss all proper like. Who will win: one big Minotaur boi, or one angry old man. Strap in lads, this will be a long one, as Xavier attempts to complete God of War(original).

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

TigerTails Gaming plays: God of War (original) Ep 19

How about a Krypton Factor section (reference for the older generation) that seems like a good idea. As does a montage or two. Could we be at the point where God of War will defeat Xavier, or maybe just insult him repeatedly. Lets see if Xavier can complete the classic that is, God of War (original).

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

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