Loki: Heroes of Mythology

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Developer(s) Cyanide
Publisher(s) CDV Software Entertainment
Platform(s) Windows
Release June 04, 2007
Genre(s) RPG

Loki: Heroes of Mythology is a non-linear action RPG that combines Aztec, Egyptian, Greek and Norse mythologies. Released in the summer of 2007 by Cyanide on the Windows PC, the game allows the player to take on the role of a hero, each drawn from one of the four different mythologies.

The hero is plunged into the chaos brought about by Seth, the Egyptian god of chaos and the desert. The hero must pass through each mythology in pursuit of Seth before reaching the game's final showdown.

Editors/publishers of the game include: Akella, Ascaron, Crimson Cow, DreamCatcher Games, Focus Home Interactive, Hell Tech, Nobilis Iberica, Take2 Italy and Techland

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