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Viking: Battle for Asgard

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Hel, the daughter of the God of mischief Loki, rebelled against king Odin and was expelled from Asgard. Filled with anger, she tries to free the ancient wolf-god Fenrir and start Ragnarok - the death of the gods, the Great Asgard and the whole world. With her army of resurrected Viking warriors, Hel marches through unsuspecting Midgard.

Odin's daughters Freya was instructed to stop Hel and defend humanity. She has selected a young warrior Skarin as a partner. They will undergo an unprecedented battle, be at the forefront of a terrible war, to pass a single battle, be on the threshold of a terrible and bloody war. Risking their lives, they will try to save Asgard.

Viking: Battle for Asgard is an open world game, with three Islands in the Midgard world that can be explored by the player. You can search for Viking soldiers on these lands, and they can help in response to further battles. When the player completes missions on each island, he must take part in a massive action, which can be a siege or a fight between various armies consisting of hundreds of soldiers.

Release date
Creative Assembly
Age rating
18+ Adults Only

System requirements for PC

  • OS:Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz or AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 3800 or better
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Graphics:GeForce 8600 GS, Radeon 3400 or better
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:6 GB HD space
  • Sound:Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card and drivers
  • Additional:Keyboard, mouse, optional controller
  • OS:Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo 2.6 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400 or better
  • Memory:4 GB RAM
  • Graphics:GeForce 9400 GT, Radeon 4350 or better
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:6 GB HD space
  • Sound:Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card and drivers
  • Additional:Keyboard, mouse, optional controller
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Microsoft from Deutsch
well.. the funny thing is that you got to guess what the buttons do on the damn x box controller to reassign it right to a damn keyboard (which i guess all pc gamers got^^) because there is no explanation of the buttons also you cant even change controls ingame. and i sure as hell will not start the game 30 times to figure out the right key settings cheap console conversion crap. regret to bought this also have to wait another 3 minutes ingame to post the review about this #&*§
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I liked the game better than I thought I should - according to the ratings. The game reminded me of "Darksiders" with a nordic setting. It may be not that diverting but I got a good deal of fun out of it -> 7/10 As with many hack and slash titles that were ported to PC from PS3 or xBox you should use a controller to have some fun. Some will additionally be shocked to hear that this game has a 30FPS cap. As I connect my notebook to the TV plaing games like this one. I was not bothered by both of those obstacles. What I got was a fun little title that put me in control of a nordic hero that has some powerful moves at his disposal with wich he can move along a quite linear story. Anyhow the game dose not feel that narrow while you play it - on the contraty I felt somewhat impartant that "I was chosen to bring down the drawbridge on my own" in order to get my army across the river ;-) If you feel bored by games like Darks Souls then Vikings might be much to "softcore" for you. If you like to be diverted for some hours - than go and grab this title while it is on sale. To me it might as well be worth the 13 bucks they sell it for right now.
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It's been some Time since I was able to "play" a Game with such mixed graphics, poor System usage and terribly Mieser control (even with an X-Box controller). Everything you could do wrong was done wrong with this Title: Be it the imprecise Position Indications of Questators on the Minimap, the super sluggish control of the Hero Figure and the constant "race." I'm not going to waste my Time on this Title any further and am delighted that I was only cheered the "Thing" as an extra Appendage for small Money in the Humble Bundle. SEGA, please ... I've emailed you so many times: Stop playing these Garbage games! There were an incredible Number of Great titles back then at the Time of Mega Drive, Saturn and the Dreamcast. I want to play Tank Dragoon Saga, Shining-The Holy Ark (and many more). Stop making such stupid Stuff, or publish the 4 most trillion-ronist "Total War" Garbage. Even Sonic You have almost slipped ... You have so many ingenious Titles in Your Repertoire, don't you think it'S slowly time to unpack them, make an HD Remake and then distribute it?
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