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Viking: Battle for Asgard Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: Outside of the slowdowns and busy sections, Viking has a lot of cool graphics. When you hit the shore, you’ll see wave swells. The outdoor terrain is realistic, with rolling fields and spiraling hills. Interior sections feature stone staircases and pillars, or craggy rocks and cavernous passages.
Excerpt: Lost in the well documented blood feud between ninjas and pirates, the fearsome Vikings rarely get the face time they deserve. Refusing to sell out by dressing up in designer black pajamas or shamelessly yelling their catch phrase everywhere they go (Yarr!
Excerpt: Viking: Battle for Asgard doesn't sell itself all that well. The opening few minutes are packed with plenty of walking, talking and collecting, but not a whole lot of action - something pretty high on your list of expectations when you boot up an 18-rated game with a dual weapon-wielding Viking on...
Conclusion: For £10, it’s hardly asking a frost giant sized entry fee, but as a mindless slash fest it’s fated to not keep those pesky pillaging urges down very long. Tap F to down mead, tap F to board longboat, tap F to row away.
Conclusion: Freya will assist you throughout the game, giving insight to life before Hel's legions took over and will let you know what each area did for the Viking cause. An added bonus is that the game is narrated by Brian Blessed therefore you will not need to turn your TV volume up too loud to hear what is...
Excerpt: The olden days were bad times for some. Especially for those whose Gods are looking to engage in an all out war that spills over onto the mortal coil. And especially for those who lived in places that were really, really cold.
Excerpt: Viking follows the story of a, well a Viking obviously, named Skarin, who must champion his people against the monstrous minions of the underworld who have stormed forth from the pits to subjugate the lands of Midgard.