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Jotun

Thunder Lotus Games
Sep 29, 2015 - PC
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OpenCritic Rating

79

Top Critic Average

75%

Critics Recommend

IGN
8 / 10
GameSpot
8 / 10
Game Revolution
4 / 5
Destructoid
9 / 10
IGN Italy
6.8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Jotun

At the end of my journey through Jotun, I was left wanting more of the excellent mythological world to explore and experience. Despite very minor frame rate dips and the occasional glitchy element, the beauty and wonder of Jotun unfolds like a storybook and deserves attention.

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Jaw dropping beauty and a hefty challenge await you in in the hallowed realm of Jotun.

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All told, Jotun is a wonderful experience with just a few sour notes. My only regret about it is that it feels short.

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If you're looking for something laid back, beautifully drawn, and well orchestrated with some intense, but not overly difficult, boss battles, then Jotun is easy to recommend. It's a magical ride that I'm sure I'll revisit from time to time in the future. Even though the whole experience only lasts just over five hours, it is five solid hours.

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Considering the premise and the presentation, I sincerely expected more from Thora's Odyssey: the atmosphere might be there, the overall style might be fascinating and some ideas might be interesting, but that is not enough to truly impress the gods when the core gameplay is a bit lacking and never fully satisfying.

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Jotun promised a lot with its Kickstarter campaign, but it has delivered on all fronts. A wonderfully crafted adventure based on Norse mythology, players will find themselves engrossed in the world of Jotun from start to finish. The art style is gorgeous, the soundtrack is epic, and the boss battles are tense. A few flaws crop up, but enough is done elsewhere to make up for it in the end.

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Mythology fans that like a good challenge, including discovering everything through trial and error, will love this game.

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