Concepts for videogames are wonderful things; they can be as esoteric as some crazed Japanese developer’s haiku pitch or as consumable as the next yearly iteration of Sports Franchise XX. One thing they should all have in common is that the concept should be the purest, most positive phase of development. It should reek of positivity and ooze fun from its pores, existing only to excite others in the potential held within. Sometimes there exists a concept so amazing, so genius, that it simply has to be made, regardless of whether you are a two man show or a multinational. I’m going to let you in on such a concept now – Vikings. Invading 1970s Britain. Wow.