God of War

Not to be confused with Lord of War.

A god of war is any deity associated with war.

Gods of War or God of War may also refer to:

Video gaming

  • God of War (series), an action-adventure video game series
    • God of War (video game), a 2005 video game for the PlayStation 2 and the first in the series
    • God of War II, a 2007 video game for the PlayStation 2
    • God of War: Betrayal, a 2007 video game for mobile phones
    • God of War: Chains of Olympus, a 2008 video game for the PlayStation Portable
    • God of War Collection, a 2009 reissue of God of War and God of War II, remastered and compiled on a single disc for the PlayStation 3
    • God of War III, a 2010 video game for the PlayStation 3
    • God of War: Ghost of Sparta, a 2010 video game for the PlayStation Portable
    • God of War: Origins Collection, a 2011 reissue of God of War: Chains of Olympus and God of War: Ghost of Sparta, remastered and compiled on a single disc for the PlayStation 3
    • God of War Saga, a 2012 collection featuring God of War, God of War II, God of War III, God of War: Chains of Olympus, and God of War: Ghost of Sparta for the PlayStation 3
    • God of War: Ascension, a 2013 video game for the PlayStation 3

Music

Literature

  • The Gods of War, a 1985 novel by historical author John Toland
  • The Gods of War, a 2005 novel by Conn Iggulden and the fourth in the Emperor series
  • Gods of War, a 2009 science fiction novel by Ashok Banker
  • God of War (comics), a 2010–2011 limited six-issue comic book series published by Wildstorm based around the video game series
  • God of War, a 2010 novelization of the 2005 video game, God of War, written by Matthew Stover and Robert E. Vardeman
  • God of War II, a 2013 novelization of the 2007 video game, God of War II, written by Robert E. Vardeman
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