I played this a long time ago, when I was below 10 years old. I replayed it recently and all I can say is that nostalgia hit me really hard, so this review will be obviously bias.
This is not your typical Japanese/anime game with half naked girls and dumb tropes. This game tries to portray daily realities of the past the best it can. Most importantly you play as a goddess, a Valkyrie, your role is to explore time and space (medieval Europe) in search of brave warriors to fight for you in Valhalla (which is the last "dungeon").
This game is very difficult and the decisions you make are important (recruiting the right guy at the right time, getting the right object, etc.), it's not a walk in the park and you are very unlikely to get the true ending unless you follow a (non-spoiler) guide.
The music, stories (yes, it's plural), gameplay, etc. are all perfect for this game. I highly recommend it, 10/10 masterpiece.
Fans of the original that are still clutching to their original copies will find nothing new here, however, which is a huge letdown for anyone looking to revisit one of Playstation's greatest on the little screen.
A very rewarding game to play, perhaps the most exciting RPG I've yet to experience. Enough content to make me not put it down. This classic is easily enjoyable for any intelligent gamer who wants to see a new look at strategy RPG's.
Even if it is 2006.
Valkyrie is an excellent game. The story is very creative and impressive. The graphics are fair, for PSP anyway and the overall gameplay is magnificent. You will be blown-away by the features that this game offers. It's a must-buy!
Uma boa história e um combate diferente, escondidos por uma camada imensa de menus chatos e burocráticos:
+História dramática e diferencia
+ Muito bonito
- menu estupidamente burocrático
- apesar de boa, será 2 a 3 minutos de história, mais uns 15 numa Dungeon, pra umas 2 a 3 **** horas no menu
SummaryAsgard, the realm of the gods, remains locked in an eternal struggle between the benevolent Aesir and the demonic Vanir. With the end of the world approaching, Odin, Lord of Asgard, summons Lenneth Valkyrie to his side. Possessing the ability to hear the thoughts and feelings of men and women in their dying moments, he charges Valkyrie t...