Valkyria Chronicles Discussion
If you have any interest in this game, please donate so that we can get a trainer going. This is one of the most fun tactics games I have ever played, with a great backstory and lots of upgrades. It's perfect for a good trainer.
Edit: We did it! Thanks, folks, I was worried I might be the only one who loves this game.
[Edited by SenecaStoic, 11/5/2014 5:30:22 PM]
Trust me you aren't the only one that likes it because its one of the most popular strategy games in recent years due to its unique style of gameplay. This game was underated because it wasn't marketed very well but has gained one hell of a cult following. Hopefully if it sells well on PC it will interest the devs and their publisher to make HD versions of the 2nd and 3rd games which came out on PSP.
I beat this game to 100% completion on my PS3 unlocking everything and getting A ranks on all the levels sometimes abusing the AI programming to do it quickly. The thought of me playing this with a trainer I'm sure the AI is going "oh s*** not him again"
EDIT: fixed a small mistake
[Edited by 0Gungrave0, 11/11/2014 11:58:18 AM]
Hah! Just what I was thinking. "How you like me now, Gabriel?
Not really. It's becoming a trend, like FF13 and such. The console gaming money munchers are getting a feel for the master race market, as they know consoles are slowly dying :3
And that's awesome, since there are alot of games out there PC users miss otherwise, and the companies get more cash. Win-win.
Once the trainer is out, I'm going to take one of the weakest characters, and using infinite AP walk right up to it and hit it with a pea shooter until it blows up.
But seriously the best thing about having this on PC with a trainer will be no more reloading/save scumming to avoid perma-dead characters.
I admit I will pry kill some characters off just to make it feel like the war in the game is real.
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