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: 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.
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: Style de jeux excellent, histoire avec multiple génération unique et très accrocheur. Combat évoluer, avec ou non, un compagnon de voyage. Très long jeux, même pas encore fini pour ma part....