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Submitted by jimmytran 569d ago | review

Einherjar: The Viking's Blood (Video Game Review)

Einherjar: The Viking's Blood is a new browser-based, free-to-play title from developer Appirits. The game combines equal parts strategy simulation and strategic combat with role playing elements like few other titles have ever attempted to create a fun fantasy world to explore and waste countless within. The game isn't perfect, and it has a very slow start that will annoy gamers looking to jump into combat right away, but the payoff is a deep and entertaining game that will have you coming back for weeks, attempting to strengthen and grow your army while expanding your home territory and the resources and products it creates. Einherjar: The Viking's Blood knows what it is, and it makes the grind fun for fans of the genre. (Casual games, Einherjar - The Viking’s Blood, Mobile, PC, Retro)
Tipsed by: jimmytran
7/10

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