If you’re still reeling from this year’s disappointing Valkyria spinoff, here’s some welcome news: Valkyria Chronicles 4 is happening, and it’s coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch in 2018. Don’t worry: publisher Sega says the game is coming to North America and Europe, too.
If you’ve been jonesing for a new Valkyria Chronicles game, you’ll be able to get your fix pretty soon: Valkyria Revolution is coming to North America and Europe this spring. It’ll be on PS4, Xbox One, and—believe it or not—Vita.
Today, Valkyria Chronicles comes to PS4, and if you’re looking for a new strategy-RPG, you could do far, far worse.
The remastered PS4 version of Valkyria Chronicles will be out on May 17, Sega said today. It’ll be $30 and run at 1080p resolution/60 frames-per-second, the company says.
The PlayStation 4 version of beloved strategy-role-playing game Valkyria Chronicles, previously announced for Japan, will also head west this spring, Sega announced today.
Sega is working on bringing Valkyria Chronicles IV to the PS4—along with a remastered version of the first game in the series, Valkyria Chronicles.
Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax is a fighting game that takes many of the most popular light novel characters (which have subsequently appeared in popular anime and manga) and has them battle it out. But I have to say my favorite part of the game isn't the fighting, it's the character sprites.
Ever wondered who would win in a fight between Sword Art Online’s Kirito and Valkyria Chronicles’ Selvaria Bles? Well wonder no longer as we answer this question and many others as the Up All Night Stream plays mega-crossover fighting game Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax.
What do the characters of Sword Art Online, Black Bullet, The Devil Is a Part-Timer!, The Irregular at Magic High School, and Valkyria Chronicles all have in common? They’re all ready to beat the living hell out of each other in Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax.
Japan, are you there? Are you listening? Japan? I'm going to say this as clearly as possible, so even the biggest, most stubborn video game publishers can understand: Americans want more JRPGs.
This week, Sega announced that formerly PS3-exclusive Valkyria Chronicles would be coming to PC November 11, 2014. Just the idea that more people will get to experience this game makes me giddy. Why? Because the Valkyria Chronicles series is my first and only SRPG love.
The original Valkyria Chronicles, a gorgeous strategy/RPG for the PS3, is getting a late (but very welcome) port to the PC.
Look, even by their own admission, this movie isn't great. But the movie isn't the point. The point is that there's an entire group of fans in the Czech Republic who dedicated themselves to cosplaying Valkyria Chronicles. Which is awesome.
Over the holidays, the fan group working on translating Valkyria Chronicles 3 into English have finally released their work. If you own a Japanese copy of the game, you can download the patch and read the tutorial on how to apply it on the project's official blog-slash-homepage here.
Before last year I had never seriously played a social game. I was never interested in Bejeweled or Farmville (as the later just seemed to be a lazy version of Harvest Moon to me) or any other Facebook/mobile game.
One of the most interesting things about Capcom's Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers is its art style. Like more than a few games, it has cel-shaded graphics and bright colors which give off a distinct and beautiful look. But what makes E.X. Troopers stand out is how committed it is to being a manga-in-motion. Every…
As I've said before, I was a fan of the Valkyria Chronicles series from the moment I first saw its debut trailer. Not only was it beautiful but also it got me, a man who never liked strategy games growing up, to spend countless hours on them. I love the series (though VC2 has more than its share of problems) and…
Last week we at Kotaku East showed you how to play Valkyria Chronicles 3, even if you don't understand Japanese, using a collection of translations and guides from across the internet. Of course, for the more patient of you—or just those who want everything translated and in one simple package—there is another…
Historical fiction is one of those concepts that gaming handles best. Whether it's Einstein building a time machine to kill Hitler or assassins battling Templars in the Renaissance, gaming alone among popular media allows people to interact with a world both familiar yet radically different from our own. Valkyria…
In the year-and-a-half since the Japanese release of Valkyria Chronicles 3, it's become painfully apparent that it will not be leaving Japanese shores–at least in the foreseeable future. If you are one of the many fans of the series dying to play the newest Valkyria Chronicles, fear not! You are not alone. Thanks to…