Stories are probably the most important aspect of a game for most genres. It can supersede visuals and sometimes even gameplay if it’s good enough. Sadly, great stories in-game are hard to come by these days. Memorable characters, interesting twists, and turns, and a fantastical world packed full of lore. There are many ways to tell a story either through text, visuals, or voice acting.
Picking up exactly where the last game left off, Ragnarok continues the story of Kratos and his son Atreus on their epic quest to stop Ragnarok. Not only is the entire story interesting and full of fantastic Norse lore, but the characters themselves are insanely entertaining to watch on screen and you can’t get enough of it. It’s hard to turn the game off especially when that next bit of story comes along and teases the next chapter.