UGO writes: "Beer runs and bloody dismemberments. That's about the sum total of Creative Assembly's Viking: Battle for Asgard, and man is it beautiful. Sure, there's plenty more to do as you reclaim Midgard from the hands of Hel - massive set piece battles, stealthy infiltrations, prisoner rescues - but it always comes back to those beer runs and bloody dismemberments.
Carrying Out God's Will in Viking: Battle for Asgard
Protagonist Skarin dies during Viking: Battle for Asgard's opening cutscene, only to be resurrected by the Norse goddess of love, Freya. It seems that fate has different plans for our mute, pig-tailed hero, one which involves meting out vengeance against Hel, ruler of the Norse underworld. Hel's armies have overrun the mortal realm of Midgard, in preparation for the release of wolf-god Fenrir, who will signal the coming of Ragnarok (aka the apocalypse)."