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Developer: Johnny Dale Lonack
Publisher: Thorrnet Publishing
Genres: Action, Fighting, Simulation
Challenging but without the same painstaking depth as most fighting games, Griefhelm neatly distils the thrills of facing your opponent in a mortal melee. The campaign has some clever ideas to help extend longevity with multiplayer being a welcome addition, though the core gameplay can grow repetitive after a while. Still, it's a fun take on the genre and one that will hopefully grow and galvanise over time.
Griefhelm is a fun medieval skirmish game that fans of knights will enjoy, especially around the couch with friends. The potential of this lovingly crafted indie game is let down by some rough edges when it comes to close combat, as well as an unsatisfying single-player campaign.
Griefhelm may not be the big knights focused video game to make these particular warrior’s fans very happy but it is a different approach to a setting that sometimes feel overdone. It uses a very beautiful minimalistic visual design and combines it with a great battle music that makes you feel like every hack and slash counts.
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