• Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
  • Viking: Battle for Asgard: Screen zum Action-Adventure.
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Über das Spiel

Viking: Battle For Asgard ist der neueste Konsolentitel des preisgekrönten und von Kritikern gefeierten Entwicklungsstudios The Creative Assembly. Erleben Sie in der Rolle von Skarin, dem Helden des Spiels, die ebenso spektakuläre wie erbarmungslose Welt der Wikinger und ihrer Götter.

Im Königreich der altnordischen Götter herrscht ein erbitterter Kampf: Die Göttin Hel wird verbannt, da sie sich Odin, dem obersten Gott von Asgard, widersetzt hat. Erzürnt über ihr Schicksal versammelt Hel eine Armee untoter Krieger, um das sterbliche Königreich Midgard zu unterwerfen und die Ragnarök zu provozieren – die apokalyptische Schlacht zur Zerstörung Asgards und der Götter selbst. Die Aufgabe, Hel zu stoppen und die Zukunft der Menschheit zu sichern, fällt in die Hände Skarins! Einem verheißungsvollen jungen Krieger, der jedoch kein unbeschriebenes Blatt ist und den wahren Grund für seine Gunst bei den Göttern nicht kennt…

Setzen Sie in dieser packenden Schlacht zerstörerische mythische Kräfte und Fähigkeiten ein und hinterlassen Sie eine Spur der Verwüstung, vor allem unter Ihren Feinden. Erforschen Sie weitläufige, atemberaubende und frei begehbare Umgebungen, während Sie Ihre Gegner mit einem gigantischen Arsenal an erbarmunglosen Kampfmoves zur Strecke bringen. Zähmen Sie mächtige Drachen, um mit ihnen einen Feuerteppich auf feindliche Horden herabzuspeien. Befreien Sie versklavte Krieger – darunter gigantische Riesen, mächtige Schamanen und tödliche Assassinen – und ziehen Sie gemeinsam in riesige epische Schlachten gegen Hels meisterhafte Legion. Hier können die Spieler Skarins perfektionierte Fähigkeiten einsetzen, um den Konflikt rechtzeitig durch gezielte Attacken oder durch brachiale Gewalt zu seinen Gunsten zu entscheiden.

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erinnert etwas an God of War, was nicht wirklich schlimm ist, allerdings empfehle ich zur leichteren Steuerung einen Controller.
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Unspielbar, da es auf 30 Fps begrenzt wird. Da bekommt man ja Augenkrebs.
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Verfasst: 02.08.17 14:55
Ich rate ab dieses Spiel für PC zu kaufen. Die Formatierung von der Konsole auf den PC ist grauenhaft. Das Spiel an sich ist jedoch wirklich nicht schlecht, aber wenn das Spiel trotz neuwertiger Grafikkarte nicht flüssig läuft kommt es einer Quälerei gleich. Bedarf aufjedenfall einer Überarbeitung der Version.
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Verfasst: 28.06.16 12:02
Ein schönes Spiel um Gegner möglichst kreativ in Stücke zu klopfen.
Für Vikingerfans ein echter Genuss.
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2386 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.12.19 20:00
Amazing game. I can still come back to it every few years and replay it. very fun game. Large Battles that take awhile to earn. It is rewarding. End is decently challenging.
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Amazing!
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Viking: Battle for Asgard is a huge mixed bag when it comes to quality. The battles are large scale and really create the feeling of a war, something often missed in games like this. The general quest system of liberating areas of the map as you go is done in a satisfying way. The graphics are pretty good considering the time period they are from. Unfortunately, the negatives tend to far outweigh the positives. The combat is extremely simplistic, repetitive, and boring. The basic strategy to combat involves mashing attack nonstop, then pressing block when you see an enemy start to swing their weapon. There is little variety in enemies, so this strategy works against 95% of enemies. The 30 fps lock can be a turn off for some people, as well as the awkward keyboard and mouse controls. Exploring the world is also tedious as you have no sprint button and the maps are fairly big. Plot is almost nonexistent and only serves the purpose of getting the main character into a battle. Overall, the game isn't terrible, it just lacks polished mechanics and ends up feeling mediocre.
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Verfasst: 15.12.19 11:03
Not a bad game, just a very rough/clunky mediocre one. Get it only on sale for dirt cheap and you are desperate for something to scratch your fantasy hack n' slash itch.
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Verfasst: 21.11.19 17:15
It's not that bad, but it uses CEG DRM, and thus needs a crack to work with proton on Linux.
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Verfasst: 15.04.20 23:30
Gameplay very repeatative and becomes monotonous quickly. The storyline barely exists. Bought for nostalgia from playing when it first came out. Hasnt aged well.
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Verfasst: 11.07.20 06:33
I got this game a couple years ago included with a game bundle and just beat it recently. This is not a bad game but there are other games that do what this game is trying to emulate but much better in execution and often go at lower price. The gameplay loop was quite fun but it just got a bit too repetitive towards the end and some might find it repetitive much earlier. The number one thing I hated to the core about this game was the 30 fps lock. Who the hell makes a pc port with a fps lock. Just get middle earth shadow of mordor or war cuz they do everything this game does but better in everyway.
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Verfasst: 06.06.20 16:02
I wish they do a remake of this. This game is a classic game growing up playing on the console.
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Verfasst: 13.05.20 16:42
Lots of Quick Time Events to kill the large enemies, including the final boss
You have to rapidly tap B to interact with everything except NPCs
Mediocre combat
Janky climbing and jumping.
Very repetitive gameplay
Bland story that's loosely based on Norse mythology
Only 6.2% of players have actually bothered completing the game

In the end, I only pushed to complete it because I'm trying to complete games from my backlog with as many achievements as possible.
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Verfasst: 11.04.20 17:57
For me, this game gives me a nostalgia trip so I will admit there is a bit of bias here.

If you're a person who is a stickler for graphics and very niche game mechanics this game will annoy you.

This is definitely a game out of the early 2000s but is one of the lacking ones of the time graphic and story-wise.

There is a lot to be desired and a few things to be praised.
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Verfasst: 09.09.20 12:40
Why do I own this?
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Verfasst: 18.08.20 23:04
Worst PC Port EVER!!!
At start it seems the players is in slow motion (same in combat), I can NOT even imagine the stupid LOW frame rate at hudge battles! It's a shame cause I likesd the game!
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Verfasst: 06.08.20 07:35
I bought it for nostalgia. Liked it back in the day but the problem is shadow of mordor / war exists now and they did everything thing game tried to do back in the day, but a million times batter and then some.
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Verfasst: 23.08.20 00:12
Yes i have completed it on normal in my 11 hours playtime at the time of review on steam. No Crashes. Game worked flawlessly.
This game is coded to 30 fps. No way round that i'm afraid. If you want it to feel like 60 fps you must download a program called Cheat Engine, Click speed hack, and set it to 1.2 speed, this makes it feel like 60 fps.
Now for the review, It is fantastic. Its a gem. Its aged well apart from the 30 fps. You go round liberating camps collect gold to power up your skills and killing enemies by splitting them in half and chopping heads off Viking style. Whats not to love eh ? The game play loop in this game is addicting and it is fun to do. it never feels like a choir like some games. I have previously completed this game ( and got every trophy i may add) on Xbox 360 many many years ago, and it still holds up today so yea give this one a try if you fancy some hack and slash fun and to feel like an over powered god. This game needs some love.
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Verfasst: 03.10.20 15:05
An entertaining concept, but the game feels like it was still deep in beta when it was published. There's a lot to like and its sort of addicting but its just too rough, even for its age. For example, the game heavily encourages you to use stealth in certain sections, but getting too close to the fence you're hiding behind makes you automatically leap over it. One time I was just too close to a fence that happened to be bordering a cliff and our viking warrior decided it was an excellent idea to leap over it, which meant I lost what felt like a good chunk of progress in an area. It was easier to get back than I had thought but despite actually liking many aspects of the game, it's things like these that make it hard to recommend.
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774 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.09.20 03:40
Got this game as part of a Humble Bundle and has been sitting in my list for a while. Considering it was dev'd by Creative Assembly, it did have that itching interest in the back of my mind. The same folks doing Total War made an action RPG. There was one made before this one that was similar and I remember back in the day folks talking about it. So I finally decided to jump into this game to see what had been created in the early 2000's (PC port was 2012).

I'll keep it short, but I don't recommend the game unless you are just curious. It has some good set pieces with the large siege battles, but even those become somewhat the same. Outside of that each map is gonna have mostly the same objectives: Free soldiers, kill some dudes, summon a friendly dragon, liberate farms/lumber camps, and a stealth objective. That last one feel weird in a game like this and the stealth doesn't always work. Combat in general is OK in small battles, but since you are restricted to attacking one enemy at a time, it can sometimes feel like a slog. The upgrades and power-ups are a bit bland and even when getting a weapon upgrade, the damage output seems all over the place. You can attack the same unit type and one time it could take 2-3 hits but a different time may take up to 10. The Lord of the Rings games have come before this and that had more meaningful upgrades. So, it isn't like that time period didn't have something to compare to.

I can see what CA was trying to do, and for its time, to have large set pieces with lots of guys on screen without killing the consoles at the time is something to be commended. Maybe they could try again with modern graphics, design, and gameplay elements.

One more thing... Don't fall far if you decide to jump off to a area below you. The fall damage is very high and isn't very forgiving.
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Verfasst: 26.12.20 18:44
It's mediocre at best. FPS locked at 30 and I couldn't find any way to unlock it. Story is whatever. Graphics are ok. Gory. Gameplay is fun at first, but then it gets repetitive. It's nothing special really. Simple hack and slash with some parkour and stronghold invading elements, similar to Shadow of Mordor, but with less content.

5/10
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Verfasst: 11.01.21 14:51
The most boring thing I ever played
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Verfasst: 08.01.21 23:51
pretty mediocre game to be honest.
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Helo
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Verfasst: 31.12.20 01:08
Meh. Very mediocre.
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Verfasst: 20.12.20 01:47
Pros:
+Norse mythology rocks.
+Decent story.
+Blood and guts everywhere!
+Massive battles.

Cons:
-Gets very repetitive very quick.
-Un-optimized console port.
-Last gen graphics that were last gen when the game came out.

Viking: Battle for Asgard is like a mix between hack-and-slash action and real time strategy. You run around three different maps, slaughtering countless monsters and freeing your trapped comrades, sometimes going into strategy-ish battles to take over key points to increase your numbers. It's fun, but after the first time you do it, you've pretty much seen the entire games' playbook. Not to say that it's not good, the story is still cool and steeped in norse mythology with some decent voice acting. The graphics look like a late PS2 game and do not age well at all, and the framerate is locked at 30fps (which I personally don't mind but I know it's a big drawback for some). Also, the button prompts are still from the Xbox 360, and you cannot change it to reflect keyboard and mouse, forcing you to use a controller to avoid confusion. It's obviously a blatant console port, but what is there is still fun, and even though it's repetitive, it at least doesn't drag on enough to get boring and there is enough here to warrant at least one playthrough.
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Verfasst: 23.02.21 00:07
Viking: Battle for Asgard (2008 console release, 2012 Windows release)

I would have given this game a negative review because of a nasty game breaking bug I ran into, but ill give credit where it is due.

You play as a Viking called Skarin who sets out to unite the Viking tribes to fight the Goddess Hel who wishes to destroying mankind. You got some magic to boost your damage and that of your troops. There are these grand scale fights against the enemies and it feels like you are taking part in a massive battle and everybody is doing something, not just silhouettes in the background. You free Vikings from the enemy who then joins your tribe. As for game play, you pretty much just run around, slashing things with your weapons, do some quests, rinse and repeat on all 3 islands. Its a classic oldschool console game and you can see it in the graphics and the way the game plays. Highly recommended to play with a controller if you have one cause the mouse and keyboard controls are beyond terrible. I actually waited to play this game until I got a controller.

Now about that bug - It prevented me from capturing an area so I could not progress the main quest, and Googling for help does nothing cause a certain new Viking-inspired assassin game came along to dominate search results. I downloaded a save file right before the last mission just to see the ending, didn't even miss much because the game is the same from start to finish. Friend said he will play the game and give me his file if his game doesn't glitch out, I might update this review then if I remember. Oh and you can't save the game yourself, you rely on auto-safe and thus you only have one save file - Not good when you run into problems.

6/10

Its good for what it is. If you got a remote and you like big Viking inspired battles, it might be worth to grab on sale. Just look out for nasty Asgardian bugs.
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Verfasst: 21.03.21 16:46
A hidden gem is the best way to describe this game. I first purchased this on the Xbox 360 but never finished it. It doesn't try to be more than it is. It's from the developers of the Total War series so the battles are done quite well. It feels smooth and looks decent for it's age. My 11 year old boy loved this game as well so I can recommend it to the younger audience. The story is meh but I didn't play it for that.

If you're into Norse Mythology or just love the time period this game is set it. I highly recommend you give this game a shot, even with it being 9 years old now.
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Verfasst: 06.03.21 21:35
- game crashed several times and returned errors before it could start
- game adds phantom keyboard layouts just like the HL2 engine games (EN UK - UK keyboard + EN UK - US keyboard // besides my EN US - US keyboard I already had)
- game locked at 30fps, it's nauseating
- when you die you respawn in the village instead of the closest checkpoint.
- just a few types of enemies
- lame combat mechanics which become boring after 5-10 minutes
- combat is just not fun. fatalities seem ok for a few minutes but since there are just a few it gets old really fast
- from the same period as this game, beowulf the game is better than this crap. there's also x-men origins wolverine and prototype which were 100 times better
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Verfasst: 16.03.21 20:51
doesn't do anything particularly well for the genre. Unless you played it when it came out, and are nostalgic for it you're better off playing something else.
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Verfasst: 08.05.21 19:49
Its ok except I cannot find the last camp so I cannot fight the final battle and finish the game.
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Verfasst: 06.05.21 03:47
Oldie and a goodie, good story with fun and interesting fights and engaging massive battles towards the end. Good nostalgia for those who played it in the Xbox days.
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Oldie But a Goodie
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Verfasst: 02.11.14 18:50
When I first saw this game, I thought it would be a lot of fun: massive battles, chopping up minions, being a big damn nordic hero. I wasn't entirely wrong, but I wasn't right either. Viking: Battle for Asgard is a 3rd person hack and slash action adventure game. You play as Skarin, a Viking warrior blessed by Freya, tasked with saving Midgard (yet it's called battle for Asgard..). It takes place on 3 different islands of various sizes. It contains zero notable RPG elements, no loot, no stats, and no detailed information at all. You buy skills (moves) before really knowing much about it, you buy upgrades but don't really know how it differs from the previous one, besides it's better. It is straight forward and fairly linear. Occasionally you have multiple tasks that can be completed in any order, but they all must be completed before progressing to the next area so there really is no choice involved.

There are also some strange stealth sections that just feel thrown in. Maybe they were trying to break up the hack and slash monotony, which is successful, but because it varies so much from the rest of the gameplay, you really never feel equipped correctly to do them. Those sections feel very out of place, especially when they also have a collecting bit thrown in to them (for a few achievements only) but are never explained whatsoever as to why you would be collecting the things in the first place unless you read the achievements ahead of time. You may stumble across one of the skulls, but would never know what the heck you had collected unless you read the achievements. Just seems poorly implemented.

Aside from those skulls, there really aren't any secrets to be found. I like to thoroughly explore areas looking for hidden objects or areas, but there are none to be found. You may occassionally come across a random sack of gold or chest (which only contain gold or a quest item), but that's about it. Because of this, there doesn't feel like much of a reason to explore (even when you're on a rather linear path).

Visuals: Because this is a console port from Xbox 360/PS3, its graphics are similar to that generation of game. As with a lot of ports, the game is very poorly optimized for PC. It lags pretty noticibly in large battles, it has no Field of View slider, very few graphics options, and the FPS is locked at 30. There is a guide on Steam that will help get the game looking better, but it still cannot unlock the FPS but will change the FOV. Before changing it, there were times when moving the camera made my eyes hurt but even then, turning the camera seemed to blur the screen in a nauseating manner.

All that said, I enjoyed the visuals. There were times when things looked really impressive, scenery looked gorgeous, and combat felt visceral. I think the Creative Assembly did a great job crafting a believable world. It felt consistant and nothing really felt out of place. Small details like fences looked like they really tried to make it fit and appear to belong there. Area layouts made sense.

One of the worst things to me were the animations. Some were just straight strange (dragon summoning looks like your character just collapses and goes ragdoll) and others were just lazy. Every time you fight a Giant, the 3 different Quick Time Events are animated exactly the same, every single time. The first time you see it, you think, wow, that's pretty cool; But after seeing the same thing 9 times, it gets boring and you're just waiting for it to end. Even the dismemberment kills start to get boring after a while as there only appears to be 5 or so different variations.

I think had they actually put in effort on optimization and unlocking the FPS; This game would have been recieved much better on PC.

Controls: I played it with a wireless Xbox 360 controller and it felt pretty good. I did not try it with keyboard/mouse at all so I cannot say how those were, but right when you load up the game, it specifically says it was designed for a controller. The controls are rather simple to understand and build slowly in complexity. The combat does get rather repetative as you end up using the same few moves as you progress. As mentioned above, the game has Quick Time Events when fighting tough enemies. They're not particulary hard the first time you do them, and then shift into mind numbingly easy as you progress because the pattern does not change. There's only one kill animation for giants, so there's only one pattern to use every time you kill one. It's repetative and lacks any excitement.

As mentioned above the camera was a problem. It seemed to have a habit of working against you any chance it got, allowing for a sword to your backside. Targeting was also rather strange and likes to work against you. Targeting in Viking seems to rely on auto locking on the target nearest to you, that's fine except when you're getting attacked from multiple sides and are trying to attack a specific enemy before they stike you, only to lunge at a different enemy and get hit multiple times in the back. What makes it worse is that even though you are swinging a sword and axe, you can only seem to hit one target at a time (unless using a special attack). Sure, your swing may go through multiple enemies (especially when they're clipping inside one another) but the same will only register a hit on one, which one can be hard to determine ahead of time.

All said, I still recommend the game but not at full price. If it's under $5 and you like action adventure, hack and slash, or vikings, it's worth it. It's fun enough, the achievements are quite achieveable, and has a run time of 15-20 hours. There are worse ways to spend a weekend. 6/10
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Verfasst: 17.09.21 22:24
The game seemed fun enough at first, While the story and gameplay didn't seem to be anything super award winning, it was good enough. But then came the problems with it being a PC port. PC optimization is lacking and the worst issue of all - the save file became corrupted. And instead of letting you manually save, it just turns off saving all together. There is no menu option to manually save or even turn saving back on. It just turns it off. I continued my playthrough in the hope that beating the chapter would force a save. 5 hours later I found out it was not the case and lost everything.
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Verfasst: 15.08.21 01:37
A good, old game. Definitely worth the play through when you've got nothing else to do. I played this game when it was new on Xbox, which I'm sure disqualifies me from your typical PCMR 2021 version review. However, this was and is a good game. I enjoyed its simplicity and it's intense clashes. I definitely recommend giving this a 'go'. Btw, as mentioned in other 'disgruntled' reviews - it is frame capped at 30 fps. Nothing to do but treat it like an old movie lol.
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Verfasst: 22.08.21 06:18
Very simple and straight to the point, something to pass time and is very easy to figure out!!!!
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Verfasst: 16.08.21 01:57
BIG YES
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Verfasst: 31.01.22 06:05
Soft no.

Bad port. 'Nuff said.
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Verfasst: 22.01.22 22:58
Pretty cool concept of an open world brawler, even if missions are quite repetitive.
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Verfasst: 14.03.22 14:15
So I've had this game in my Library for some years now, finally decided to give it a try. I must say, I love it.

This game is 14 years old, and holds true to it's age. While the camera and combat system can be a bit janky, it provides a quality atmosphere and feel to this sort of genre.

Haven't completed it yet, but it's fun to hack and slash at some Orcs!
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Verfasst: 13.02.22 22:10
I played this game in 2022 for the first time, and now I can tell there are no reasons for you to do the same. Half of the gameplay time was fun. Another half was filled with boring and/or frustrating activities. The game felt quite outdated. Even Freya and Hel designed like adult film stars didn't make things better.
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Verfasst: 27.03.22 05:33
Viking: Battle for Asgard
pros:
fast game with modern day graphics with easy controls that moves from location A to B to C and so on,
good amount of action and special effects,
cons:
some difficult battles.
some gameplay bugs.
some startup crash bugs.
some ingame crash bugs that prevent gameplay progress.

good game.
Personal Suggested Purchase Price: $0.99 Or Less During Sale
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Release:28.04.2008 Genre: Action-Adventure Entwickler: Creative Assembly Publisher: Sega Engine:keine Infos Kopierschutz:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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