One of the video game bombshells that was expected this year was ‘God of War: Ragnarok’, the sequel to the impressive 2018 game with a Kratos more mature and tired trying to parent as best he can. With this new stage of the games we change Greek gods for Nordic ones and the second part promises lots of action and strong emotions sure to leave you wanting more.
So if you’re still looking for a moment to play, or are dosing it so it doesn’t run out too quickly, here they go. four fantastic anime series to take the monkey off a bit of ‘God of War: Ragnarok’.
Obviously, this had to start with the vikings anime of the moment: ‘Vinland Saga‘, a bloody action-adventure series inspired by two historical figures from 11th-century England.
The series follows Thorfinn, the son of a great warrior who swears revenge when his father is killed. In order to challenge Askeladd, Before that, he must carry out a series of tasks for him, with which the young man ends up fully involved in the power struggles for the crown. For now, a first season of the anime has already been released, and in January 2023 the second will be released to continue exploring the misadventures of Thorfinn.
‘Record of Ragnarok’
If we are talking about epic battles between gods,’Record of Ragnarok’ is the perfect option so that the action doesn’t stop at any time.
Here we also join several mythologies, since we focus on a grueling tournament where the fate of humanity will be decided through thirteen battles between thirteen powerful gods and a list of notorious humans that include all kinds of characters, from Buddha to Jack The ripper.
‘Ranking of Kings’
‘Ranking of Kings’ (‘Ōsama Ranking’) was one of the great surprises of last winter and hardly anyone saw its huge success coming. It may be that from the outset more than one of you will be put off by his colorful and tender style, but when he wants this anime he gets really raw and gore and doesn’t leave a puppet with a head.
It’s the story of Boji, a deaf-mute prince who dreams of becoming the best of kings. No one tries to understand him, until he meets kagethe only survivor of a clan of assassins and who becomes his traveling companion.
‘Berserk: The Golden Age Arc – Memorial Edition’
‘berserk’ is a great dark fantasy epic that breaks your heart and has some spectacular action scenes. the legendary manga Kentaro Miura It has already had several adaptations, but the reissue of the ‘Berserk: The Golden Age Arc’ movies in serial format is perfect to start with the story.
The series follows gutsa highly skilled warrior who draws the attention of Griffith and is forced to join the Band of the Hawk, a group of mercenaries fighting in the long war between the Kingdom of Midland and the Tudor Empire.