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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:16pm 10/04/08 | 3 Comments
From Sega and The Creative Assembly comes Viking: Battle For Asgard, a third-person action adventure title for the PS3 and Xbox 360 that puts you in the ugg-boots of Viking warrior, Skarin, as he is given power to stop queen of the undead, Hel, and her Legions of minions as they threaten not only mortal existence in Midgard, but the Norse God realm of Asgard itself.
From our review:
"... the sheer fun of slashing undead in two, sneaking around enemy encampments and summoning dragons is more than enough of a distraction. Viking may not be the blue-print for modern next-gen game design, but it is a post-it-note on what makes games accessibly engaging and fun."
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Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:51pm 10/4/08
It kind of reminds me of a big raid or instance in WoW, only you're pretty much doing it solo
777Sleipnir777
Posted 12:52am 03/7/08
it says "For those of you not of Nordic blood, Viking: Battle For Asgard follows the struggle between Freya, daughter of Odin, the Norse God of thunder, and Hel, the Norse God of mischief Loki’s daughter, who is also queen of the Underworld." I dont understand what he means by "for those of you not of nordic blood"..i mean ancient germans, scandinavians, dutch, and brits all had the same religion which is norse mythology, or also known as germanic paganism, so you dont have to only be scandinavian to like this game.

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