1UP writes: "At some point in your life, you're going to settle for something: a breakfast, a car, or a girlfriend or boyfriend. And while that's fine in real life, that sort of thinking shouldn't exist in the entertainment world. Imagine Michael Bay saying "Let's pull back on the explosions in this scene" and you might see where I'm going: Viking: Battle for Asgard falls far short of its potential.
Your main character is a Viking named Skarin. After he dies in battle, the goddess Freya brings him back to life to overthrow the evil Hel and her army of undead. Sounds awesome, right? Well, it stops there. Your character doesn't get fleshed out, leaving you no reason to care about him. Even toward the end, when it appears as though there will be a huge revelation about Skarin, it's treated with such indignity that it's laughable."