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Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth
8 May 2009
Conclusion: It’s pretty original stuff, but the execution leaves a bit to be desired. The recruitment events are well-written and take place in beautiful locations, but you don’t really interact with them beyond pressing the button to advance text.
Excerpt: Valkyrie Profile is the single game that epitomizes the term 'sleeper hit.' Released by Enix in North America two short months before the release of the PlayStation 2, the title sold less than 100,000 copies on this side of the Pacific, yet now commands astronomical prices on eBay.
Excerpt: It's funny how time can change your perspective on things. When Valkyrie Profile was originally released on the PlayStation way back in 2000, I liked it a lot but took it to task over certain issues and held back a few points on the score.
Excerpt: Recently, to the delight of us RPG fans who missed the original run, Square-Enix has released Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth for the PSP. This is an updated version of the 2000 Playstation title. Will the second time around be as good as the first?
Excerpt: If you’re like me and missed out on Valkyrie Profile for the original PlayStation, then you're in luck! In July, Square Enix will be re-releasing the game under the title Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth for the PlayStation Portable.
Excerpt: The gameplay, however, is what defined the game when it was released years ago. During battle, each of the four party members are assigned to one of the face buttons. When the corresponding button is pressed, the character it is assigned to attacks the targeted enemy.
Excerpt: If you're a serious RPG fan who happens to own a PSP, who happens to live for the thrill of a challenge, who happens to be a new comer to the VP series and who happens to appreciate the purest elements of a role-playing game such as innovation, motivation, a provocative original story line, depth,...
Excerpt: Quality portable RPGs are very very rare. On occasion, we’ll see a gem come along (for example, the original Legend of Zelda games that were released on the Game Boy) but there aren’t often any other good ones.