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A character from Jotun that I decided to make a fan-art after months completing the game, with shamelessly a couple of fail tries. imgur.com/a/JmWyF
So, Thora is a female Viking that died during a journey, as then she got revived in order to fight Odin's Jotuns (giants) to get into Valhalla. During the game storytelling, it is revealed that she was betrayed by her own sibling because they were jealous of her leadership and power, which then apparently is a reason behind Thora's death. The game itself focuses on boss beatings with a small spark of exploration to unlock each Jotun areas. You also need to find the God Shrines so they'll grant you God Powers as a supplemental to beat these Jotuns.
I personally enjoyed getting the exploration achievements, but as I managed to finish the game, I almost instantly lost interest with the game. It was a good one though, I might consider getting back to it for the sake of satisfaction in beating these bosses under multiple conditions (beating one under several seconds/without God powers/other custom conditions). Overall, it was a pretty good game, with interesting art style that it got me into Shadow of the Colossus (boss-beating focus) + Rayman Origins vibe for some reason (mostly the scrolling background ones).
Jotun Steam page (mixed recent review): store.steampowered.com/app/323…
My review (recommended under conditions): pastebin.com/BbX6ZExu
Jotun's official site: jotungame.com/
Thora & Jotun © Thunder Lotus Games
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