As with Valkyria Chronicles 2, Valkyria Chronicles 3 is headed for the PSP. And like the other games in the series it is set in an alternative World War II.
The first Valkyria Chronicles game was set in an alternative version of Europe in the year 1935. Could this Japanese teaser site with "Code 1935" in its URL be for Valkyria Chronicles 3?
Look, I love Valkyria Chronicles. And am really looking forward to this sequel. And am all for honest screenshots. But seeing a publisher release screens of this quality puts a bit of a dampener on things.
SEGA decided to bring Valkyria Chronicles 2 to the PSP — not the PS3 like the first game. Why?
The PSP Go is getting off to a demo-filled start in Japan this weekend with a bunch of new demos and games lined up for launch. Guess which one's got me jealous of Japan?
Valkyria Chronicles fans, we have good news. Sega has begun to tease something Valkyria Chronicles related, meaning, well, we actually have news that Valkyria Chronicles news may be coming. Yes, this is why they call these things "teasers."
The game is set in 1937, two years after the first game. Cadets from the Gallia Royal Military Academy are sent to suppress an insurrection in the southern part of in-game country Gallia.
SEGA has posted a handful of rough character art for Valkyria Chronicles 2. We love rough character art. It's so... rough.
It's exciting that we're getting a new Valkyria Chronicles, yes, but let's not forget, part of the first game's appeal was in its yummy, coloured pencil visuals. Visuals the PSP just isn't going to be able to match.
While the game was announced earlier in the week in Japanese mag Famitsu, Valkyria Chronicle's website wasn't due to open until today. Now that it's open, we've got our first screens of the PSP sequel.
Valkyria Chronicles was a PS3 game. Valkyria Chronicles 2 is not. It's a PSP game, and here is its localized title: Valkyria Chronicles 2: The Gallia Royal Military Academy.