Reviews and Problems with Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth
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J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: Ragnarok, the end of the world, is drawing near, and Lenneth Valkyrie must search Midgard for the souls of fallen warriors, known as Einherjar, to help Asgard's war against the Vanir. Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth, is a PSP port of tri-Ace's PlayStation RPG Valkyrie Profile, largely being a faithful port with minimal additions.
Summary: Anyone who is an Enix fan will find this game to be satisfying. I never played the original on the PSX, to be honest, I only bought it because it said Square on the cover, but I was pleasantly surprised with the game. The voice acting is decent, the FMVs are pretty awesome, and the gameplay itself is involving. I love the idea of a 2D dungeon crawl with RPG-style fights. I love the Norse Mythology theme, and I love the open ended style of the game.
Summary: Valkyrie Profile was one of those games I missed out on during my PS1 days. It grew into some sort of cult favorite so upon seeing there was a PSP port, I was all over it. It is a really good game. The combat is something I've never seen before and never stops being fun. The dungeons are all complex, challenging, and unique. That's really all I can say about it though. The over arcing story is almost non-existed.
Summary: Most big gamers know that this is a remake of the original Valkyrie Profile for Playstation, but having this in a handheld device just makes the deal that much sweeter. Awesome game, fun times. Definitely a huge change of pace compared to the average "Slay the evil force, save the world" kind of RPG.
Summary: Excellent sequel/prequel in the Valkyre series, the PSP shines at this console interpretation of the game. Fun, challenging and no need to play previous or later Valkyre series to appreciate. Violence is on par for this style of game and I would recommend it to any age that understands sometimes fighting for whats right is the only means. I look forward to more of the series in the future albeit PSP or any Playstation console version.
Summary: althought the graphics are a bit lame at times and the voices can make you want to kill your self the game over all is a great buy for the hardcore rpg player the cut scenes are nicely done and the story is very deep it starts off a bit slow but give it time and you wont be able to put it down.
Summary: Graphics: 7/10. Well, we are talking about a PS1 port. So don't expect much here. But the new CGs are nice, and even the old PS1 sprites are actually pretty nicely animated. And the super/special moves (PWS) are rather nice, too. Sound: 6/10. The dialoguing is very annoying at first. It's very much apparent the moment you start up the game, when you have to go through the prologue. Once you get used to it, it's not bad.
Great remake, but where's the fast forward! My kingdom for a fast forward button!
9 August 2006
Summary: Great remake, but where's the fast forward! My kingdom for a fast forward button! This was a great game! The cut scenes were a nice touch that helped draw in the player into the story line, but would someone please give me a Fast Forward/Skip button. I understand that the makers of the game want you to get involved and appreciate the storyline, but without a fastforward/skip button, this game game has a limited replay value.
Summary: A lot of people haven't played the original Valkyrie Profile. Check around here and you'll easily see it going for more than $100. It's ridiculous to pay that much. Greedy gamers and collectors are like that, and they know some consumers will pay. However, if you're not up for collecting the original copy, you could easily shell out the money for this version. It's basically a port of the original Playstation version with a few tweaks here and there.