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Expeditions: Viking Circa 790 AD. A small band of Norse warriors lands on the shores of England. History may have forgotten their names, but their actions live on. As the chieftain of your clan, let ambition guide your choices in the party-based RPG Expeditions: Viking. How will history remember you?
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1731
Genre Role-Playing, General
Company / Developer
Logic Artists / Logic Artists
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Expeditions: Viking reviews ( 7 )

thicc, May 17, 2017

Great historical fiction. Went into this game with literally no expectations, I haven't played expeditions: conquistador but I am a fan of the CRPG genre. Pleasantly surprised. If you're sick of botched high fantasy worlds like what has been offered by Obsidian's latest games: Pillars of Eternity and Tyranny, than this will be a breath of fresh air for you. Clearly research was done because the game is immersive and historically accurate. The combat is turn based and fun. The max difficulty is just right, not too tedious, on the easier side but still good.

Hety, May 3, 2017

Pure awesomeness. Bugs will be squashed and forgotten and only true love for RPG's will be there. I already want a sequel/new game in series. Characters are nice, choices are nice, changes to overland travel are welcome. Cheers, Logic Artists, you deserve all the praise you get. And screw those critics, we all know they are being bought by the hundreds and only user score truly matters.

Flaming, Apr 29, 2017

It's a 10, definitely. and yes there are bugs, but the devs are clearly working hard hard to get them squashed, and are doing a great job of helping people. So buggy game but still a 10? Yes, because I couldn't just leave the game for 5 days and wait until the bugs were taken care of. Once I started the game I HAD to play -just a little bit more, and a little bit more .... As you would expect in a game from these devs, it is solid game design, it is excellent writing, it is truely glorious music. The characters have .. character (!) and the story is engaging with choice and consequense. This is a great game, and will be fantastic in a week when it's been patched a bit more.

LordoftheDance, May 4, 2017

For those of you who don't know about V:E, it's a turn based isometric RPG. Still only a few hours in but I like it so far. I was hesitant initially because I'm not a huge fan of historical/ non-fantasy games, but V:E does a great job of incorporating 'magic' and other fantasy elements. Combat is a lot of fun and the play style reminds me of Temple of Elemental Evil without all the glitches. Characters are fun. The game is very polished in most places, but there are a few spots that could use a bit of work (camping, map transitions come to mind). All in all well worth the money, and I look forward to playing more and to what else this up and coming developer can bring! Great atmosphere. Great gameplay. Fun dialogue and characters. Story still in progress- I'll try to get an update here.

Marker27, May 17, 2017

I had high hope for the game and followed the studio through the development of the title, unfortunately the game didn't come near to my expectations and fell short in several ways. The game had plenty of bugs, but none that killed the game experience, and were only mildly annoying that you can hope that they will fix in the following months. Story wise the game is an improvement from their previous works, but it is still very noticeable that it is an indie company that is behind it. Unfortunately it is a game that is quickly forgotten once you have played it and completed it. I don't feel it is worth replaying, so I don't know if 30$ is the right price for a game without any replay value. When that is said. You can't complain about the graphics and animations, and the music aren't too annoying either. Anyway, if you are a fan of these type of games (and I am usually a huge fan), then get it when it is available at a discount, play the hell out of it, and then forget about it again.

Octomort, May 7, 2017

The one thing that stops me buying this game ( a friend let me 'demo' using his PC) is the timer. I work under time restraints and for me this is a no-no for an RPG style game. I want to relax and explore at my own pace. Other than that if you are personally OK with timers, then a great game, needs a few minor bugs, mainly with dialogue, ironing out but overall pleasant and playable even on hardest levels. My friend tried insane and said it is a real challenge but is do-able, He intends to do a full play through soon. Graphics are good for an isometric/top down, plot is good, combat system takes a little getting used to in terms of upgrading weapons. fights are enjoyable, good tactical combat, X-com style. Downside is limit of development for named party members, their attributes can never rise so it ends up being better to ditch them and hire fully customisable mercenaries once you reach Ribe.

Oskorei, Oct 6, 2017

At first i thought this game is fun, but soon it turned out to be the worst game i ever played in ten years. The best phrase to describe it would be "Total frustration".