Nordic Games Week @

3 July 2012

Do you like video games? Do you like Sweden? Do you like not paying a pant load of money for your Swedish made Video Games? Read on Keyboard Viking!

Normally I'd list some of the better deals here but they are all 50% off so there aren't really some deals that are better than others. The prices range from $2.48 to $25 but 50 of the 91 titles available are under $2.50 or lower. There are also a lot in the $5, $7.50 and $10 range.

I didn't know much about Nordic Games before I noticed this sale so I did some poking around the internet. They are a small gaming company that focuses on quality (they all say that though, don't they?) and, perhaps just as important to the lovely people reading this article, good price.

I don't know about the quality, I haven't played any of their games although Spellforce 2: Faith in Destiny looks cool.

Waitaminute! Spellforce? Isn't that made by JoWood? Well, yes, it was, but JoWood died a terrible, terrible death last year and since they, you know, ran out of money. Anywho, Nordic Games Holdings bought JoWood and is using the name as publishing company for its wholly owned Australian Subsidiary, Nordic Games GmbH (Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung, for our German friends). Huh? How did I get here?

In any event, some of these games, while obviously not made by a top-end company with millions of dollars to sink into development, look really cool and with prices as low as $2.48, you can't really go wrong.

Note from Anna:

I've played Painkiller a few years ago, it was great fun - I'd recommend it!

TOPICS:   Toys   Gaming

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