Valhalla Knights

Valhalla Knights

Marvelous Entertainment
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A place that has been forgotten from history. There, humans, elves, dwarves, hobbits and others led their lives. Surrounded by deep forests and clear rivers, this was just like paradise. But, the cries of the monsters tore these peaceful lives to shreds. The “King of Monsters” who ruled over this land before it was called paradise returned. And so, the curtains to the war that all the races got embroiled in were raised.

After several years of harsh conflict, the “King of Monsters” was finally sealed by the hands of the hero, “Rastil”. But the land became dark as it was cursed by the blood of the “King of Monsters”. Imprisoned on this cursed land, the people lived moments as if eternity. And the term cursed land sprang out.

In this kind of world, a brave young spirit suddenly awakened. He/she started to look for his/her lost memories in this despondent world. In the end, will he/she find his/her true memories and a future of paradise, or false memories and the end of the world…

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Original Name  발할라 나이츠
Official Release Date Feb 22, 2007
Genre Action RPG
Version  Korea
PAX-Code PAX0001476093
Catalog No.  ULKS-46133
Players  1-2

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Average rating:  (4 out of 5)
Total votes:6

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adorableazn06 (94) on 30, Jul. 2012 15:45 (HKT)
great game
it is a great game but it could be better
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//Gorelub// (8) on 20, Dec. 2007 03:46 (HKT)
Great graphics
fun game but had a bad story
the battle system was a good idea but bad
use of it
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devon_snead (1) on 19, Dec. 2007 00:56 (HKT)
Valhalla Knights
reminds me of maplestory
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PuNiao (365) on 13, Jun. 2007 12:33 (HKT)
Valhalla Knights
Valhalla Knights harks back to the early 1990s with its rudimentary gameplay and simplistic approach to the world. As a nameless Hero, your only goal is to travel through a gigantic dungeon fighting off monsters in order to defeat the Dark Lord who has brought evil into the world. Along the way, you can return to the only town in the dungeon to hire new recruits, buy and sell equipment, or to rest. Adventurers get exponentially more expensive as you purchase more to add to the party, with up to six in the team at once. Players can allocate tendencies to their computer-controlled companions; the tweaks work surprisingly well. There is also an excellent variety of classes and an admirable attempt at customisation; characters can choose to sub-specialise and become more robust. What it has going for all is its addictive nature. Combat is basic, with only two attacks and a small assortment of magic possible, and the best approach to any monster is to simply gang up and attack it repeatedly till it dies.

Valhalla Knights is, unfortunately, hampered by two glaring flaws. First, its poor camera position: it frequently chooses to fly behind walls and around corners, obscuring your view from fights and enemies. Second, a poor frame rate. Initial parts of the game are fine, but once you have recruited six characters and begin fighting up to 10 other enemies at once, the game turns into a slideshow the moment battle erupts. Being able to overlook these flaws depends entirely on how much you enjoy looking for powerful equipment. Even so, this title is recommmended only to the most patient gamer who can afford to crawl through its tedious battles.
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taiwee (1) on 28, Apr. 2007 13:50 (HKT)
Good use of graphics style, but horrible game play
They used the graphic very deligently, however, the poor loading times and dull gameplay makes this game horrible
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