Summary: I had read or seen a bad review of the game years ago, but thought that it was a bias review from someone who didn't enjoy rpgs. But I was wrong. Graphic stuff aside, the game's problems revolve around money. Like paying to have characters revied and paying to get new allies (which you NEED) and it costing double each time.
Had this great game and then ruined it by mistake.
Aaron E. Weddington, Amazon
1 January 2014
Summary: I had to rebuy this game after ruining my original copy (UMD case fell apart & I used superglue on the case which permanently fogged up the cd). I loved this game the first time I played it so I had to get it back. Recommend to anyone who likes hack and slash style games.
Summary: This is truly one of the best games I have ever played. The graphics are amazing. The sounds go perfect with whats going on. At first you start off fighting slimes, skeletons, and rats. But as you progress the game gets better and better. The only things i didn't like was after the inner corridor there were no more teleporters, it takes forever to unlock new classes, and the missions were boring.
Summary: The game itself is unique and fun. It offers a play style that I have not ever experienced before. I'm not a gaming officionado, so another, similar style probably exists, but I don't know of it. It's addictive, though, and I'm into it. However it's got glitches. Make sure you save often, as it is prone to freezing up on you so that you lose your progress. If it were made better, it would be a really good game, but due to the bugs...kinda dampers gameplay.
Summary: I love RPGs but I'm not much of a dungeon crawler. The battle system is fun but it gets old fast. Everything else is just for show. Other than hiring other characters, gold is pretty much pointless. You get most of your armor from drops. Quests only reward you with gold and add nothing to the story or the world. You don't gain anything from talking to the towns people.
Summary: Okay, so at first I had planned to buy Valhalla Knights 2, but decided to get the first one, because I didn't want to skip a part of the story. Turns out there is not much of a story to worry about, but still is a fantastic game. The reason I say it depends on how you play it, is because, if you just take the missions to do, it is very boring, and gets frustrating, and doesn't give you much money.
Summary: Wow is all I can say about this game. RPGs are unlikely to be a sucess on the Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, but this game is an exception. The graphics are amazingly good for a handheld system. The game's characters are really detailed, and the monsters are extremely creative. Every once in a while you will find yourself sitting there admiring the detail of the game's many cities and dungeons.
Summary: Valhalla Knights is an excellent RPG to arrive on the PSP system. Fans of the Final Fantasy series will greatly enjoy it in its similarities. I highly recomend this game to anyone who owns a PSP.
Summary: The game is fun at the beginning as long as you pick a fighter and a healer otherwise you'll get beat constantly. If your healer runs out of mp then you are screwed. The game is fun overall but it can be really annoying when you get wiped out and lose half your money so save it constantly so you can just quit before you die and reload. The enemy magic casters do a lot of damage and if you are fighting three of them then you will die.