My flask is half full
- Nov 18, 2010
They specifically mentioned capping off the Norse storyline with this game, which is fine if it’s going to contain their entire vision for it and they’ve had enough time to get it right. No point in dragging it out into a trilogy for the sake of itself. Modern game development is on a much larger scale than the classic games, so it probably best for both the dev’s well being as well as gamers getting more killer and less filler.When they say wrap up the story, they might mean that this is teh last game you play as Kratos and next will be as Atreus (hopefully adult). Since he's Loki, could be some sort of more stealth focus game.
Only out of a sense of obligatory duty to the gods thoughAtreus is now that age where he starts to get really funny feeling when he's around horses.
Loki fixes problem he himself created. Or alternatively, Loki creates problem so he could have an excuse to get a horse to ride him and not feel like a wierdo about it.Only out of a sense of obligatory duty to the gods though
The stories of the Norse gods, from how Odin built our planet out of severed limbs to the time Loki slept with a horse, can be a bit strange.allthatsinteresting.com
Or for a slightly different interpretation -
“Dad can I take the horse out for a spin tonight?”
“Can the horse take you out for a spin, boi?”
What? We don't want to see Kratos taking down the Christian....uh...angels?
I was gonna say they'd never be able to make that game but Bayonetta exists and it's done pretty good for itself.
I think I was subconsciously remembering that from seeing that a long time ago.
Made me more curious to see how the story goes. I feel more assured the new director will do the first game and the Norse arc as a whole justice.
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I have a feeling that will go very deliberately unmentioned. Though it would be hilarious.Loki fixes problem he himself created. Or alternatively, Loki creates problem so he could have an excuse to get a horse to ride him and not feel like a wierdo about it.
I'm still waiting for Marvel to drop that particular bit of Trivia into one of the upcoming shows or movies.
"Remember how Odin got his horse, Loki?"
"Everyone remembers. You don't have to keep bringing it up"