Reviews and Problems with Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga
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Great game so far.
Aaron E. Weddington, Amazon
1 January 2014
Summary: I bought this game because I had never played it before. Just barely gotten into it and its getting interesting. I would recommend this game to anyone who likes hack and slash type games. Nothing to dislike yet as I am just getting into the good parts.
Summary: I find that it's when I'm playing World of Warcraft I don't buy video games. When I'm not playing WoW on average I drop $100 at Gamestop on 5-7 games. This one ended up being a keeper. This review is going to be a little special as I will show you towards the end how many of Mr. Aurabolt's Tenets this game got. This is the first time I'm including that in a game review so..yeah Overview: I feel the need to say I played Valhalla Knights 1 on the PSP 2 years ago.
Summary: When you first start Valhalla Knights your character is slow and weak. Every time you level up you have to go to the status screen (by pressing down on the D-pad) and distribute your status points. This will make your character stronger and faster. The character you pick at the beginning effects the game more then it seems.
Summary: Worth the wait. It affords customizability and options which have sorely been lacking on the Wii. Pros: - First full-fledged RPG for the Wii, almost total control over character capabilities and appearance - Wii Connect for Co-op play. - Free-form gameplay (but see below regarding episodic nature) Cons: - Limited Wii motion support (shake the remote for a special attack.
Summary: The negative press on this game is overwhelming and it has probably kept some people from buying this game. I am going to address some of the "problems" frequently discussed regarding Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga and set the record straight. 1. "The graphics are horrible and too dark! I can't see anything!" (one critic even went so far as to say he could barely see the outline of his character while playing the game) Don't believe this rubbish.
Summary: What it lacks in graphics and sound, Vallhalla Knights more then makes up for in gameply with a staggering amount of character customibility. With 4 races (with 3 locked), 12 classes (with 7 locked), and ten skills per class, the game makes for a dizzying amount of various combinations to be used and experimented with.