The concept was really interesting, the story executed it quite well with a strong cast of characters(as someone who is interested in Norse mythology outside of the Marvel universe and in, at least in terms of JMS's run and the little I've read by Walt Simonson , some of the adaptions of the gods, godesses and demi-god were remarkably conceptualized ) voiced by a great cast of voice actors in general and above all a theatrical approach to the storytelling i.e. cutscenes versus the usual cinematic approach. In terms of gameplay, I remember there was an insane amount of fuss over the control scheme which I found incredibly refreshing as well as the actual combat which combined with the loot system gave the player something to really invest in and shadowed the problems that did exist in terms of gameplay. Graphics were decent enough, nothing stellar, I'll admit but my only serious gripe (although it was quite serious when playing in the harder difficulties on my 2nd and 3rd playthrough) was that horrendous Valkyrie scene which is a great idea in terms of the transposition of Norse mythology into the actual gameplay but after the 5th time you just want to skullfuck the winged cunts. Anyways, I haven't managed to play the game again since I sold my 360 2 years ago but the game is still on my shelf and I'd really love to play it again. Along with BioShock, the ME trilogy, Saints Row 3 to name a few off my mind, it's one of the most interesting games I've played this generation. Am I really alone in my opinion of the game or are there enough people like me or at least interested enough in what the first game did to actually merit the discussed trilogy from Silicon Knights?