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Rune
Game Description: Rune is a third person action, combat, and adventure games with strong themes from Norse mythology. You play a young Viking trying to uncover the mysteries around recent attacks on your village. The game is played from third person perspective to make the melee combat with a huge variety of weapons more fun, as well as giving you a chance to fully appreciate and explore the complex world.
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  • Prey 2 Developer Hints At A Rune Sequel

    Human Head Studios, the Wisconsin-based dev behind Bethesda's upcoming Prey 2, took to Facebook on April 9, 2012 with a brief update that sent fan hopes soaring: "We are considering a sequel to the cult hit classic Rune!" Those 11 words are all we have to go on for now, but it's enough to get fans excited about the possibilities. Rune...

    Posted April 16, 2012

    Prey 2 Developer Hints At A Rune Sequel

 


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