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Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance
4 April 2010
Excerpt: Valhalla Knights has a long but not terribly illustrious history as a franchise. What we know from the series of releases on PSP and other platforms in past years is that there is a following for the game, enough to prompt its creators to keep iterating. The eyes of the beholder are where beauty lies, we know, but it all depends on who's beholdin'...
Excerpt: One fine Thursday, the PlayStation Store had its usual update of trailers, demos, crap, and a few game releases. Among them was Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance , a PSN exclusive release. Curious about this strange new entry into the Valhalla Knights series, an investigation was launched to find out more information. Short version: There is almost no information.
Excerpt: The PSP is a nice portable system. Some have cursed the UMD disks and Sony has been quite supportive of a digital download delivery system. A lot of game have coming out on the PSN Store for people to just download. One of the most recent games to join the digital ranks is Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance from XSeed games. The original Valhalla Knights has seen action on almost every platform available today.
Conclusion: This is definitely a title with high barriers to entry, but once you have put enough time into it, it definitely becomes a more enjoyable experience. I admit there is some satisfaction to be had in going out and collecting a bunch of mysterious items as you level up your party and the return to find out what goodies you picked up while you were out adventuring. It’s like digital Christmas- EVERY QUEST!
Summary: Valhalla Knights 2 souffre pratiquement des mêmes tares que l'original. Le jeu manque terriblement de personnalité, le rythme est décousu, et finalement le titre de K2 Network devient vite ennuyeux.