Reviews and Problems with Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume
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Must Own game!!
20 October 2014
Summary: i a big fan of valkyrie profile games i played the ps2 version and really like this DS version both really good games. the game play is a puzzle you have to figure out on your own but of course we have the internet and walkthroughs video or website
Summary: I really like the Valkyrie Profile's take on Norse mythology. Marvel's Thor movies are eh, and the comics are hit and miss to me. This game is the first not playing as a Valkyrie, and it is for games what the Star Trek TNG episode (not the movie) "First Contact" does.
Summary: As a veteran of the Valkyrie Profile franchise I honestly wasn't surprised by how difficult the game was, but honestly the story more than makes up for it and after a while the difficulty evens out to about normal.
Summary: Look, I'll be the first to say it; the game is excellent, a lot of fun, but there are a FEW missions which are meant to work as stopgaps just for the sake of stopgapping. Oh, you're supposed to protect that person all the way across the map from dying?
Summary: Okay so... This is my favorite game. Maybe. It's definitely in the top 3. The story-line is both riveting and powerful, the game-play is solid and has tons of replay value. There are a few endings and dozens of paths to take to reach them, there are many ways to play through.
Summary: The game is an excellent addition to my Valkyrie Profile collection. I've been waiting for this title to go on sale and I can't wait to play it. According to my friends who have finished the game, they say that it's an unbelievable exciting sequel that adds closure to the first 2 storylines.
Summary: I had forgotten Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume had even existed, but a couple months back I was getting tired of Pokemon B/W and glanced at my shelf of DS games and facepalmed. Oh yeah, not only does it exist, but my husband got it for me for either my birthday or Christmas last year.
Summary: I have play Final Fantasy tactics , Disgaea , and some other games I can't remember. This game makes you careful how you move and fight on the battle map. When you fight someone or they fight you all allies within attack range get to join in and if they have special attacks they can do even more...