God Of War’s Kratos Goes Full “Dad Of Boy” With These Hilarious Dad Jokes (VIDEO)
God of War has been a resonating experience for many who tread its Norse-inspired setting, not only for Santa Monica Studio’s expertly-crafted story and gameplay, but for the meme factory that is the father-son relationship of Kratos and Atreus. Throughout the game, Kratos is constantly teaching his son harsh lessons and calling him “BOY” rather than his actual name, leading to many online jokes contributing to the “Dad of Boy” meme.
This is only the tip of the iceberg as now a new video has taken God of War‘s dad-dom a step further by introducing groan-worthy dad jokes into the game, with the Kratos’ own voice actor Christopher Judge delivering the amazingly corny lines. In the video, which you can view below, Judge struggles to keep a straight face while uttering quite a few awfully hilarious jokes, but in the voice of the brutal, axe-wielding Kratos.
While Kratos has been dadding it up with Atreus in God of War, players have been discovering new avenues to make the most out of the two characters. Recently, the game’s most difficult boss was incredibly slain without taking damage, a new photo mode was recently introduced, and a Kratos was made even more powerful with the discovery of a nifty Infinity Gauntlet. God of War is available now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro.
What do you think? Are you dying from laughter after hearing Kratos deliver actual dad jokes, or could you not stop yourself from endlessly facepalming? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more from the funny side of the news, check out these next few links:
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