Tattúínárdǿla Saga). In particular, I found the treatment of the prequels to be more entertaining than the actual films. Then there is The Banner Saga which, unlike Candy Crush Saga (or pretty much any other video game with the word "saga" in the title), actually has some connection to Scandinavian folklore. It's not perfection, but before I start to criticize, let me give this game some much deserved praise.
So, what's my main gripe with this take on ancient Norse literature? In a word - clothing. Don't get me wrong, it's all very period and thematically appropriate, but in the case of the Varl, I can't figure out how they could possibly put on a pullover tunic without ripping it. Just look at the horns on these giants! How the heck do they get dressed without snagging one (or both) of those pointy noggin spikes on their shirt fabric.
Other than that nitpick though The Banner Saga is a great game. Especially when you consider it was an early kickstarter project made almost entirely by three ex-Bioware employees working out of a shack somewhere in Austin, Texas. It's cheap, it's indie, and it's easy to tell a lot passionate effort went into making the game. In future installments I look forward to sailing longships, slaying wyrms, meeting shieldmaidens, and sending berserkers into combat (hopefully on battlefields that are more than just flat open spaces).