Reviews and Problems with Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga
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I used to play D&D, I can play this
H. Chang, Amazon
27 December 2013
Summary: I give it 3.5 stars out of 5. Likes: - Graphics are fine for this sort of game - Very well done HUD & map/ radar - Lock-on targeting - Lots of unique items and things Dislikes: - Multiple weather effects can be devastating example: night+ fog w/ heavy rain, etc. - AI companions cannot use items - AI companions glitch and run in circles or into walls (you must leave the area to fix this) - Feels like an unfinished MMO to me - Data cannot be copied to an SD card My advice...
Summary: When i first booted up the game i was surprised by the simplicity of the title page. Now i'm starting to realize how not-so-simple this game is. Its actively challenging and engaging for young teenagers such as myself.
Summary: I initially bought this game because it was so cheap. The short part of my review is that if you like RPG's, then spending $12 on this game is a no-brainer; it's totally worth it. Even if you're new to the genre, it's probably worth a try. I noticed a couple of very interesting things about this game when I started playing it. For one thing, it's not a top tier production.
Summary: Executive summary: * Fun game that is addictive... if you are a fan of the genre. * Graphics are not great and story is Japanese; thus foreign to people like me. * Loved the flexibility in building my character. Strongest part of the game, IMO. * Deep and involved. No spoon feeding here. The game makes you work to be good. * Wii controls are not that bad. I beat the game with regular Wii controls. Again, don't expect to pick this game up and master it in 30 minutes.
Summary: I have found this game to be really entertaining. I like that it allows the player to rollover the equipment from one game to another. I have worked through 7 games from start to finish and have upgraded my equipment each time. I have found the controller action to be slightly delayed which can be slightly annoying, though it is much better then the delay in Monster Hunter Tri (but that is another story altogether).
Summary: If you're looking for a game that is addicting, this is it. Customizability to the max, in regards to armor, weapons, and many many stats. It' good ol fashioned pen & paper D&D brought to video game. If you like to solo on World of Warcraft, you'll probably like this. The sound and graphics aren't on par with the king of video games (WoW), but it is still similar enough to feel at home. The story is good, the gameplay is good, and man oh man is it addicting.
Summary: let me just say this first. i own and enjoy playing the 2 VK games i have for psp. i havent played this one yet but i plan on getting it and will enjoy playing it as well. yes the graphics arent the best and it can get repetitive on the quests, but the whole customization is what drew me in. i love being able to make chars and pick out the armor that i like as well as stats and classes.
Summary: If you enjoyed Vahalla Knights on the PSP, then you will more than likely enjoy this one as well. It's pretty fun to play, but needs fine tuned. The graphics need a major upgrade for one. Would be nice to have voice overs as well instead of having to read the story. They also need to add a preview of the weapons, armor, etc. and the their corresponding stats as they compare to your current equipment BEFORE you purchase them.
Summary: As far as this game goes, it's Valhalla Knights...end of story. Graphics: The graphics of this game are sub-par for the Wii. You could find similar graphics on the PSP, which is what Valhalla Knights originally came out for. Textures are lacking, models are poorly created, edges are rough, the whole shibang.