Valkyria Chronicles™
Valkyria Chronicles™

Valkyria Chronicles™

Action, RPG, Strategy
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The critically acclaimed Valkyria Chronicles is now available on PC in 1080p True HD, including all previously released DLC!
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The critically acclaimed Valkyria Chronicles is now available on PC in 1080p True HD, including all previously released DLC!
buy 19.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date11 ноября 2014 г.
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  • OS: Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo @ 2.0GHz (or equivalent)
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 240 (or equivalent)
  • Storage: 25 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo @ 2.8GHz (or equivalent)
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 (or equivalent)
  • Storage: 25 GB available space

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The critically acclaimed RPG Valkyria Chronicles invades PC in 1080p True HD!All previously released DLC included

Set in a fictitious continent reminiscent of the 1930s, Valkyria Chronicles depicts Europa, divided and ruled by two super powers: the Empire and the Federation. The Empire has set its sights on invading the principality Gallia, which shares its borders with the two superpowers, in an attempt to secure an invaluable natural resource, Ragnite. Within this struggle a hero named Welkin, and his fellow soldiers of the Gallian Militia, ‘Squad 7’ are fighting back against the invasion and the Empire’s attempts to unify the continent under its power.

During the ensuing war, Squad 7 discovers that the Empire possesses a secret weapon, known as the “Valkyrur” – an ancient race with special powers thought to exist only in legends. With this new discovery, the fate of Gallia’s ability to defeat the Empire and save the lives of the Gallian citizens…

  • “CANVAS” graphics engine: A unique engine that produces breath taking images that look like watercolour paintings in motion.
  • “BLiTZ” tactical battle system: Experience strategic maneuvering of units combined with conventional RPG gameplay, all layered on top of the moment to moment action afforded by real-time controls as players command each squad member and tank in battle.
  • Epic storyline: Players will immerse themselves in the epic struggle for freedom, as the fate of the world lies in the hands of Welkin and the members of the 7th platoon.
  • Customisation: Over 100 customisable characters allow players to create a variety of platoons to suit each battle’s needs.
  • Beautifully rendered battlefields: Players explore 30 different environments, using unique terrain features to gain advantages in battle.

Additionally this brand new PC digital version comes bundled with all previously released DLC, including:

  • Hard EX Mode (harder versions of skirmish missions in the main game)
  • Edy’s Mission “Enter the Edy Detachment” (a side story campaign)
  • Selvaria’s Mission “Behind Her Blue Flame” (a side story campaign)
  • Challenge of the Edy Detachment (six challenge missions)
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Valkyria Chronicles™16.12.2023

[h1]Valkyria Chronicles Remastered Review[/h1] Valkyria Chronicles is a gem of a game. It has been almost a decade since it was released on PlayStation 3, and this remastered version comes with full trophy support and all the DLC included. The story is what you’d get if you took a World War II setting and added a bit of anime and fantasy to it. There are characters on both sides that you will grow to love or despise and in the end the main characters are all memorable. There will be death, betrayal, emotion, and more as you experience one of the most riveting tales in RPG history all told through a fictional book, which is an indicator of how much of a focal point the story is here. A small nation known as Gallia is trying to avoid the huge war taking place between the Europan Imperial Alliance and the Atlantic Federation. Gallia unfortunately gets involved because of its rich supply of Ragnite. Welkin Gunther is the son of a hero of the first War. The main story revolves around him as he gets drafted and commands Squad 7. Each member has great development throughout the epic tale and there’s no way you won’t end up getting attached to the core of Squad 7 by the end of Valkyria Chronicles. Even the main antagonists have a human side to them that is seen throughout, and there’s no way you won’t get attached to one particular villain here. Valkyria manages to do one thing really well when it comes to the plot: it shows the human side of war. I haven’t felt this way about a game revolving around conflict since I played Valiant Hearts. You get to see how much mental and physical trauma is involved during war and how far some are willing to go to achieve victory. It is also interesting to see how the theme of racism has been handled and how barriers are broken as squad members get attached. Death is very dramatic and the fantastic score by Hitoshi Sakamoto is a perfect companion to themes here. Apart from the story, you will spend a lot of time in combat scenarios. One of the things that made people love Valkyria Chronicles so much is the combination of the best of three different genres for combat and gameplay. There’s elements of third person shooters, RPGs, and tactical strategy games here all intertwined wonderfully into a tasty package. Each combat scenario has a primary objective and is followed by you selecting troops before initiating the real battle. After selecting your unit on the overhead map, it consumes 1 CP and animates wonderfully from a 2D overhead map into a 3D battlefield right into the selected unit. Now you control the unit and while you move, the action gauge at the bottom is consumed. One thing I didn’t expect is enemy units fire at you as you move. It took a while to get used to this as I’m more of a turn based combat person. Pressing R1 will let you aim and fire. It is worth noting that positioning the mark on an enemy doesn’t guarantee accuracy. You move on to another unit after ending that turn and the developers have provisioned for not letting you overuse some units because you do get the option to keep consuming CP with the same unit. After all your CP are consumed, the phase ends and the enemy phase begins. This is one of the few problems I had with Valkyria Chronicles. I wish there was a way to speed up enemy turns. When I play Fire Emblem on 3DS, I disable almost every animation to save time or fast forward when I can. Sitting through long enemy turns later on when they have a lot of CP to consume is painful. The RPG element is in the classes and the levelling up system. There are five unit types: Scouts, Lancers, Engineers, Shocktroopers, and Snipers. Each of these has its own pros and cons and you need to select units from each classes based on the map and objectives. You also get to control a tank that consumes twice the CP. Controlling a tank is amazing in motion and I enjoyed it a fair bit after getting the hang of the controls. While most other strategy games have individual units leveling up, Valkyria has you level up the entire class. This makes the leveling system more accessible as you don’t need to worry about some units getting left behind. One of the most striking aspects of Valkyria Chronicles is the visual style. There’s a combination of pencil sketch animation and water colour painting that gives it a unique identity. Characters look great and everything looks fantastic in motion. There are a lot of jaw dropping moments when it comes to the visuals during combat, including some wonderful onomatopoeic sound bubbles. My only complaint with the visuals is some low resolution interface elements in menus. On the audio side of things, Hitoshi Sakamoto nailed the soundtrack. It is full of memorable tunes and appropriate atmospheric music during cutscenes. The heavy use of piano is great and fits perfectly with the visual style in Valkyria Chronicles for me. I enjoyed the English voice acting for almost all the characters a fair bit. Before some of you raise your pitchforks, there’s dual audio support for voices. As a re-up, this does almost everything right. It runs at 1080p and 60fps barring cutscenes, and barring the small visual annoyance mentioned above, everything is great. I wish they had taken care of the difficulty spikes though. Valkyria Chronicles Remastered is an essential game on the PC. It ticks almost every checkbox and will have you thinking about it and the characters long after completing the 30+ hour story. It’s well worth checking out.

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