Valhalla Knights 3, which released earlier this year in Japan and just weeks ago everywhere else, will be getting an updated re-release. Valhalla Knights 3 Gold will boast story additions alongside mechanical improvements, such as improved combat speed, faster load times, new races, and new jobs. Save data from the original game can be used with the Gold version, and preorders will include special DLC items.
Valhalla Knights 3 Gold launches in Japan on February 27, priced at 5,229 yen. A global release was not confirmed.
Valhalla Knights 3 will launch on October 15, according to XSEED Games. The PS Vita RPG will be available at retail and via Playstation Store for $39.99.
Valhalla Knights 3, the little series that just keeps on truckin’, will launch on North American PS Vitas starting in October, according to publisher XSEED Games. The company also released details about the game’s seven races, which run the gamut from standard fantasy to more imaginative (and specialized): Continue reading ‘Valhalla Knights 3 Set for October Release’ »
Did you remember that E3 is just a few weeks away? XSEED Games remembers, and here’s what they’ll be putting on display: Ragnarok Odyssey Ace, Rune Factory 4, Valhalla Knights 3, and Ys: Memories of Celceta.
Speaking of Ragnarok Odyssey Ace, XSEED confirmed the PS3/PSVita title will launch in North America and Europe this winter. Apart from new game content over the original Ragnarok Odyssey, this enhanced version will feature cross-platform play between the two titles.
Valhalla Knights 3 will launch on Japanese Vitas starting May 23. No specifics were given on a worldwide release, though prior announcements indicated a fall 2013 release for North America.
XSEED is looking to have a busy 2013, having announced several games to be localized this year in addition to the already-revealed Pandora’s Tower. These include: Rune Factory 4, Valhalla Knights 3, Ys: Memories of Celceta, and Ys I & II Chronicles+.
Rune Factory 4 hits North American 3DSs this Summer. Valhalla Knights 3 and Ys: Memories touch down on US Vitas in Fall. And Steam users can serve the Newell with Ys I & II Chronicles+ starting February 14.
I caved and got a Vita. I’m a chode.
A chode that can play Persona 4: Golden. Suck it. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 12/08/12’ »
This week’s Dengeki PlayStation has revealed the release date for Valhalla Knights 3 as January 31. At present, no release outside of Japan has been announced.
So my vacation gets here, and I promptly pull a muscle in my back. Kill me now. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 10/07/12’ »
We’re having a cookout at my place today, and yet I still took the time to get these up. You should be grateful. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 09/05/09’ »
I’ll be 26 tomorrow. Somehow I feel a lot older than that. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 09/02/09’ »
This is not the greatest media update in the world. No, this is just a tribute. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 07/09/09’ »
Hellooooooooo everybody! How are you all this lovely Sunday? Got a nice big chunk of media for you all, featuring, in no particular order: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord, Final Fantasy Legend II DS, Mega Man Star Force 3, Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance, Tales of Vesperia, Tales of Graces, Class of Heroes, Dragon Quest IX, and Devil Survivor. Click away! Continue reading ‘Mass Media 06/28/09’ »
Stay tuned, ’cause there’s more where this came from. In today’s update: Valhalla Knights Eldar Saga, Final Fantasy XIII, Inazuma Eleven 2, and Dragon Age: Origins. Not pictured: me trying to enrage all of Tamriel and make a mad dash for the Shivering Isles portal set to “Push it to the Limit.” Because I didn’t actually do that, I just read about some dude that did. Was pretty epic, though. I ramble. Behold the screens: Continue reading ‘Mass Media 06/19/09 – Part 1!’ »
Hoping that this next gig will make things all better, Marvelous Interactive has promised a plethora of changes in the upcoming makeover of Valhalla Knights 2, branded as Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance. These changes were recently outlined in a lengthy feature in Famitsu.
Continue reading ‘Valhalla Knights 2 Asks for Second Chance, Promises the Band is Gonna Make It’ »
Heya guys! Don’t mind me, just dropping off some media. Gotta do something to take my mind off the fact that Liberty-Effing-Prime returns in Broken Steel. Gotta go through the motions of posting pictures trying not to squeal with girlish glee over the fact that Fallout 3’s post-ending content will have a giant American robot tearing the Enclave a new one.
May has never seemed so far away. Anyway, we got us some A Witch’s Tale, Fallout 3: Broken Steel, Harvest Moon: Makiba no Omise, Harvest Moon: Welcome to the Wind Bazaar, Magna Carta 2, Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga, and Ys Online: Call of Solum. Care for a gander? Continue reading ‘Mass Media 04/21/09’ »
Somebody call for a media update? No? Well too bad, ’cause I just spent all day hauling it around and I am not putting this back on the truck. Here’s what we have: Aion: Tower of Eternity, Tales of Graces, Tales of Vesperia PS3, Blue Dragon: Ikai no Kyojuu, Final Fantasy XIII, Magna Carta 2, Shining Force Cross, Elminage II, and Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga. There’s a Warhammer joke in there somewhere, but somebody already used it on the space elf dudes from Star Ocean 4.
…augh, I just realized I should’ve titled my review “Hope is the first step on the road to disappointment.” That would’ve been perfect. Librarians were awesome. Anyway, to the pictures: Continue reading ‘Mass Media 04/18/09’ »
Heya guys! Weekend update for you, just an appetizer to hold you over in the form of Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance and Arc Rise Fantasia. Now if you’ll excuse me, I just finished Star Ocean: The Last Hope, and I have a lot of pent-up hostility and some long knives that need sharpening. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork 04/05/09’ »
Marvelous Entertainment announced today that Japanese gamers will be getting a new release of Valhalla Knights 2. Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance for the PSP promises new gameplay elements, but little is known in the way of specifics. It’s due out in Japan on June 25 for 3,990 yen and already has its own teaser site.
A couple of new RPG announcements have come out of the the latest issue of Famitsu — and shockingly, they’re not for the DS! Marvelous Entertainment is working on Valhalla Knights : Eldar Saga for the Nintendo Wii. The games promises real-time battles, character customization, and a co-op mode via Nintendo Wi-Fi. The game is 70% complete and is due out sometime in 2009 in Japan.
Also due out in 2009 is Demon’s Souls for the PlayStation 3. Developed by From Software, the game will allow players to create their own hero with a range of customization options. Not much else is known, save that it’s an action RPG featuring shape-shifting monsters, but if you happen to be heading for the Tokyo Game Show, you can try it out first hand.