Tom's Guide: 10 Free-to-Play Hack and Slash Games

The hack and slash video game genre has tons and tons of great titles. The problem is that it can be hard to find the gems among all the dirge. Unless, you have someone else do it for you. The Tom's Guide team has done the dirty work, so all you have to do is check out '10 Free-to-Play' Hack and Slash Games' and grab whatever takes your fancy.

Some games offer deep narrative story arcs, pose important moral dilemmas, and otherwise push the boundaries of video game storytelling. Then again, with others, it's all about action – the clash of steel on steel, the roar of combat, and the whirling grand melee. Indulge in the timeless pursuit of killing things and taking their stuff with these 10 hack and slash freebies! 10 Free-to-Play Hack and Slash Games

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  • brandonjclark
    I can't stand the second link crap. One click should take me to the content. Come on!
  • everlast66
    Completely agree, there is something wrong with this double link stuff, perhaps there is something inherently wrong in having an article for an article.
  • suture
    Brandon is right, this linkception annoys me more than it should
  • jalek
    It's this sort of thing that gets people to install ad blockers and they actually lose ad imprints due to their games.
  • aonor
    Vindictus might have a great gameplay, but it has the shortest storyline ever.