I Kratos, you Kratos, he Kratoses, she Kratoses, it Kratoses, we Kratos, you Kratos, he Kratoses.
I am Kratosing, I Kratosify, he Kratosifies, I am a Kratoser, he is a Kratoser.
Is italian right? because the plural masculine end with "i" and the plural femenine end with "e".
You're seriously kidding me, right? Gee, in a game using Greek mythology as a storyteller. I guess the main character's name is of Italian origin. Um, no.
Anyway, I come across two forms of Kratoses: those who spam the attack buttons because they're new at this game (surprisingly, they still do good in a FFA, for example) and those who spam the attack buttons because they know Kratos is quick and barely punishable.
Thing is that move is hardly punishable, unless you roll backwards there isn't really anything you can do to punish it, it is really safe. So really even though it is annoying there really is no need for them to stop. I understand that it is annoying and repetitive but from purely a game play point of view it makes sense for Kratos users to continue using it.
True, but that move is also one of Kratos' key combo starters, meaning it easily lead to 80+ AP on a successful land. Hardly seems fair for such a powerful move to be so safe on spam.