Once you have dealt with the enemies, you will need to head into the next room. You will be able to slide yourself down on the far side. He eventually hits a platform and lowers it with his weight. Kratos should just grab on. This is the last battle with Hades, it is a good idea to use your magic in this round against the dogs. Try to get the archers in the back first if you want to possibly get a decent combo here as they can mess you up.
For future reference, most environmental interactions will be performed this way. You will then need to shoot the vines below the platform. Float over to the opposite ledge, upon which sit a chest teeming with red Orbs and a save point. Ignore the chests for now--you can grab them later. Once it's over, finish off any that remain. Have a look for some shining dust located in the air. Try to finish him off this way rather than just attacking him constantly.
Jump from one Harpy to another and you'll make it to the other side. You will need to keep hitting them until they come after you, you will then be able to perform a brutal kill on them. Anywho, start by taking a look around. Once it is over, you will need to follow Hermes, make your way off the ledge. I will not spoil any cutscenes or events in the game at all.
You will need to try and snag Hercules in this attack as well. After the first one is destroyed, Sirens and dogs storm the scene. This will expose his weakest point, you must then run back towards the left. Make use of the Battering Ram attack. You will have a scene with Pandora. Leave the cart near the wheel and head back down the ladder. As she makes a run for it, the gates close behind her and the two stone Golems come to life.
Backtrack and go down the middle path, this will take you to find two more red orbs, you will need to fight through some enemies but it is nothing you will not be able to handle. Traverse the lattice and jump up to the descending blades to cross over. Take aim at them with the Bow of Apollo and fire a charged shot to set them off like proximity bombs that will deal good damage to the Minotaurs. You only have a moment to react however. Trial 2: The Lost ----------------- Not too tricky. There is a large gate located pasted the hand, this hand will not grab you. Align the opening of this platform with the right side of the area.
Agitate the Harpy and ride it across, hopping from Harpy to Harpy. You will then be lead to some lovely Demonic Dogs… You will need to use your Brutal kills for this round. Keep following it until you come to another area, you ill need to press R1 to comfort your kin. Make your way up the up draft, this will take you to a platform. Dispose of them and continue up the ramp to the next level. The far left corner holds some pots and a ladder. After a long lay off, I've finally gotten back to doing a guide.
You will be able to see a grooved path where the pillar will be able to slip and fit into. Once it's gone full-circle, things happen, words are said, people scream, and the battle with the God of all Gods ensues! You'll get a few standard button prompts, followed by one where you must tap Circle repeatedly. Shine your light on this for a Special Item chest. You will need to follow the buttons the prompt commands, if you do this correctly you will remove the enemies head. In the final segment of the battle, the Leviathan's watery breath returns, but it can be narrowly avoided much the same way. Once the barrier is down, walk to the left side.
When you get near the top, you will need to keep dodging the falling boulders, you will also need to be quick on your right analog stick. But first, you probably need to return to the moving chandelier near Peirithous to open access to the lever. Knock the souls out of your way and then you'll come to another split. Don't miss the chest filled with red Orbs below the two Harpies. Once guided out of the darkness, Kratos snaps out of it, and you enter a first person perspective of the battle. Helios crash lands somewhere, so hop off and double back a bit. You can have an easier time dealing with him by unloading arrows in his face.
It's a slippery devil so keep your attacks short and don't let it get away from you. The cavern's inhabitants continue to harass Kratos as he explores its innards, but it's nothing that he hasn't encountered before. You'll have to dodge pillars, platforms and other debris as you zip quickly through this tunnel. You will need to place this on the statues hands. This makes them very vulnerable and easy to attack.