Grab The Games: Griefhelm

Another day, another review for our fans and this time, thanks to our friends at Thorrnet Publishing, we got our hands on a brand new indie title called Griefhelm. But is the game worth your attention, you may ask? Well, stick around, and you will find out. A few things about the game first. Griefhelm is an award-winning tactical dueling game with lethal medieval weaponry. Skewer your enemies, deflect their blows, and push your advantage as your tactically overcome foes in fast-paced duels.

Every engagement begins a new dance to the death as warriors search for an opening—Master the art of combat to defeat your enemies and claim victory. Experience a challenging, replayable campaign that will test the limits of your abilities on the battlefield. Battle your own way with or against your friends locally or online.

Abandon the heresy of peaceful rest. Reach out and lay claim to your eternal reward. To begin with, the very first aspect that I would like to mention is the graphics. They are sharp, breath-taking, and can easily impress even the most demanding players. The world and the maps are simply amazing. The game is well optimized and can play in every PC. Furthermore, I loved the medieval weaponry and how different paths can lead to varying rewards like new weapons, armor, and many other items. 

Another aspect worth mentioning is definitely the fact that the game is really challenging with enemies that can deflect almost every attack you made unless you are cautious and use proper strategy. The game is also sturdy and unforgivable. If you die three times, you have to start your adventures again. The title also supports couch co-op with up to 4 people in local multiplayer. As far as the negative aspects are concerned, the only thing that I would mention is that the game requires a lot of luck to defeat some enemies, so death is inevitable. Also, I wouldn’t say I like that the items you can get apart from the weapons can be used only once and not for the whole run.  

To sum up, I loved the game, and it is honestly, enjoyable to play, especially with friends. I definitely recommend picking it up ASAP! It is genuinely an addictive title, not easy at all, that will make you spend a lot of hours on it.

Dionysis Spinos


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