Asgard's Wrath Review: VR's Best And Most Ambitious Game Yet


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Become the next great Asgardian god in Asgard’s Wrath as you immerse yourself in the legendary world of Norse mythology. Sharpen your swordplay and bring your own fighting style into the fray with next-level combat. Possess different classes of mortal heroes, solve larger-than-life puzzles, and transform animals into warrior companions that you lead into battle.

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41 thoughts on “Asgard's Wrath Review: VR's Best And Most Ambitious Game Yet”

  1. Although i own a Samsung Odyssey I intend to buy a Rift S just so I can buy and play Asgards Wrath and its all your fault, Why do you have to make such a good review of this game, Its the first VR game(apart from Racing sims) that has stimulated/excited me like games of old when they first came out, I'm talking Diablo 2 and the original Bullfrog games like the original Dungeon Keeper or even RPG's like Baldors Gate or the Original Fallout series. VR needs a full AAA game like this if it is ever going to go mainstream. P.S. Dont feel too bad, The release of the VR version of Borderlands 2 went a long way to convincing me that I should upgrade my Odyssey, which is a good headset that unfortunately is held back by the Windows Mixed Reality infrastructure.

  2. I find it really an exaggeration to call it the Best VR game ever. Simply because it is not. The best VR game ever made is by far Dirt Rally 2.0. I have played Asgard's Wrath and not only I find it rather boring (I hate puzzle games) but it is not superior to games like Lone Echo or, as mentioned before, Dirt Rally 2.0 (which is the best VR game ever made).

    I will never understand what people find "cool" in puzzle games.

    A VR videogame is either:

    – You get a fire arm and you try to shoot as many enemies you can aiming to their heads.
    – You drive a racing car.

    That is it. All the rest is bs 🙂

  3. I cannot wait to try this when Oculus Link comes out. So far, I think the most creative VR game has actually been on the PSVR with Astro Bot: Rescue Mission. Asgard's Wrath appears to be far larger than that.

  4. They put so much effort into making the game and did zero marketing pretty much no mainstream site has been sponsored to review or do impressions. Especially paid sites like giant bomb and twitch streamers that actually many vr gamers.

  5. I felt a great disturbance in the Quest and PSVR community. As if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. Their butt hurt, PCphobia, and allergies to PC could be felt across galaxies.

  6. 130GB for one game gotta be the biggest and best looking video game in the gaming history so far. Is this even better than Astro Bot and Farpoint. Wonder if this will be the VR GOTY 2019. Good thing I also have Revive and Vive

  7. This is such overproduced corporate dross. Artless, uninspired gameplay one hairs breadth below an extremely high budget veneer. Something so bland and palatable as to be equally marketable to 6 year olds, 36 year olds, your girlfriend, or your mom. Something so soft and edgeless even Helen Keller could 100% it. The absolute balls on the man who calls this game "RPG", makes me wanna spit.


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