Fimbul

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6 / 10.0
Feb 28, 2019

When the credits scrolled and I finished Fimbul, I wanted there to be more. I wanted to explore more of the world. Go to the places that were just out of my reach. Was it because I loved what I played and needed to have more of it? I don’t think so.

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4.2 / 10.0
Feb 28, 2019

Overall, Fimbul is a mess.

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4 / 10
Mar 8, 2019

Disappointing, mediocre at best, 3D action-adventure

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4 / 10
Mar 13, 2019

The end result is that Fimbul is a soulless experience that never amounts to much more than something that will forever represent the developer’s unrealized vision. Throwing the unpredictable bugs, glitches, and wayward problems that are present on Nintendo Switch into consideration, it’s hard to not come to the conclusion that you’d be better off simply leaving it to someone else to prevent Ragnarök from happening.

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4 / 10.0
Mar 13, 2019

Honestly? As excited as I was to get my hands on Fimbul as Norse mythology is a great one, and pretty hot right now between the Thor movies, The Iron Druid novels and the newest God of War, Fimbul, the winter before Ragnarok, will not be making its way to the halls of Valhalla. It really should have gone through much more testing and refinement because it has the elements to be a great title, but the execution and the approach taken is just not there.

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Unscored
Mar 5, 2019

Fimbul is a case where I have to commend the developers for effort, but I also have to advise the customer to steer clear of this bland, snowed-out adventure. Literally everything Fimbul attempts to do has already been done better by a different game. It's best if you leave this one buried in the snow.

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4.1 / 10.0
Mar 28, 2019

Fimbul, at its core, is a mildly fun hack N slash title.

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2 / 10.0
Feb 28, 2019
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6 / 10.0
Feb 28, 2019

Fimbul offers a compelling narrative and a beautiful world, but it is hindered by poor controls and a loosely weighted multiple choice system. Worth a look for the Norse scholars among us, though maybe at a discount.

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