Sega have sent us a review code of Viking: Battle For Asgard, from the english developers of Creative Assembly. As usual, we took the time to record a lot of gameplay footage, and here comes the first thirty minutes of the game divided in three files. A fourth video will follow quickly, and will showcase the first big battle of the game, which concludes the first island of the adventure. Enjoy ! Update: Fourth part, showing the big battle right at the end of the first island (a bit less than 3 hours of play time), is up.
@Moonwalker: Do you not own a gaming PC? (2 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: reports from both official (MS) and unofficial (Shinobi602) sources say it's shaping up very nicely. (9 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: I'm sure we'll find out how the game has turned out during E3. Guess I was mistaken. I thought the team behind Crackdown 1 did it. (11 minutes ago)
So yeah I could have chosen to buy a PS4 this year, but I still have enough games to finish on my X1. So I'll get one next year. No rush. (12 minutes ago)
Hiring experience does not make an established developer. (13 minutes ago)
not too bad. On top of that come the third party games. Plenty reason for me to get one. (13 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: Cloudgine is a start-up with zero published games, and they're farming out work to Sumo Digital as well. Start ups and farmed out development. That's Microsoft Game Studios. (14 minutes ago)