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Die for Valhalla!

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May 29, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
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OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

13%

Critics Recommend

Destructoid
7 / 10
Nintendo Life
7 / 10
FNintendo
6 / 10
NintendoWorldReport
7.5 / 10
GameSpew
7 / 10
Gamefa
7 / 10
PS3Blog.net
75%
PS4Blog.net
8 / 10
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Die for Valhalla! Trailers

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Die for Valhalla! - beat 'em up arcade adventure

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Die For Valhalla! - Switch Announcement Trailer

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Die for Valhalla! - beat 'em up arcade adventure


Die for Valhalla! Screenshots



Critic Reviews for Die for Valhalla!

Die for Valhalla! is a perfectly serviceable side-scrolling beat-'em-up that gets most of the basics right, but struggles in execution in many areas. That said, it knows deep down that it's a total product of its genre, and that simplicity is something that appeals to me in an era of bloated AAA titles that either try to do too much, or try to squeeze too many samey elements into the game just to pad it out.

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Die For Valhalla! is a successful mix of several genres that mainly presents itself as a lengthy side-scrolling beat-'em-up and just like the majority of such games is best enjoyed with friends along the way. There is still a lot to chew for the lonely solo player out there, so if you into the genre and Norse mythology, do consider giving this one a possession. Odin would approve and so do we.

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Die for Valhalla! features a welcome intersection of a beat'em up with an RPG and it does a pretty decent job at that, thanks to its wide amount of content which boosts the game's lifespan and challenge levels. Nevertheless, Die for Valhalla! can't avoid becoming repetitive too soon, not because it does something wrong but rather because it lacks a certain flair to push it over the edge.

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Die for Valhalla! can be appreciated either as a surprisingly complex action RPG or just a fantastic casual beat em' up. Whichever way you see it, Valhalla is a welcome addition to the Switch's growing RPG library.

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Die For Valhalla's unique gameplay elements accompanied by some glorious 2D artwork help make this one more palatable in the long run than most. The ability to level up and acquire new skills gives you reason to keep playing, as seeing your Valkyrie – and the warriors she possesses – get stronger is great reward.

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Die for Valhalla is one of the good and fun choice to play in this generation, specially if you are looking for an entertaining co-op experience. Gameplay has a good amount of various mechanics and elements that made it so much fun and. Despite some issues that i have seen in the game, in the end Die for Valhalla is a good game to recommend, specially in co-op.

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PS3Blog.net

Unknown Author
75%
PS3Blog.net

Die for Valhalla! is a fun beat ‘em up with a bit of strategy thrown in and some RPG elements that make it a fun game to play at home or on the go on Nintendo Switch. The two available modes make it possible for players of all skill levels to take the game for a spin, unlocking new clans as you go and finding the right Viking to help you defeat the onslaught of enemies that you will face. Large and dangerous bosses here and there will force you to be more careful as you enlist the aid of NPC Vikings or you can have up to three friends join you locally for some four-player mayhem.

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PS4Blog.net

Tracey
8 / 10
PS4Blog.net

Die for Valhalla! is a game that is easy to recommend on PlayStation 4. The way the game looks and feels is great, the gameplay mechanics are fun and the difficulty options allow players new to the genre or those with some considerable experience to dive into a great adventure. Which class will you select for your journey?

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