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Valkyria Chronicles III: Unrecorded Chronicles (Extra Edition)

Valkyria Chronicles III: Unrecorded Chronicles (Extra Edition)

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The nameless regiment is a team of people who lost everything, even their names. By participating in the wars, they hope to regain what they have lost. Valkyria Chronicles 3 is a prologue to the Valkyria Chronicle series. Fight the war that started all wars.

The Extra Edition is much more than just a best priced version. Imka, one of the most popular heroines will reveal more about herself in her own Epilogue Chapter. There are two more episodes beside Imka's.

One of them is about Kalisa and the other is about Kurt and Gusurg. The four most popular download contents are already installed in the game, so gamers can just sink into the war and play.

further info

Original Name  戦場のヴァルキュリア3 EXTRA EDITION
Official Release Date Nov 23, 2011
Genre Strategy
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0003469054
Catalog No.  ULJM-05957
Item Code  4974365900731
Players  1


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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:36

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Yukimura (10) on 05, Nov. 2013 01:50 (HKT)
Great game
Worth the money!
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michael.tan8789 (1) on 18, Sep. 2013 14:20 (HKT)
Fantastic Game
Worthy addition to what is an outstanding series! To Sony: Please keep it going on the PS Vita :)
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albiere (22) on 04, Sep. 2013 10:30 (HKT)
Best VC entry? I say yes.
Didn't believe I haven't written a review for this game despite already having it for almost a year. I've just finished the game myself, so here goes.

I'll probably highlight what I dislike first: the overuse of maps from VC2. VC3 covers a lot of areas in Gallia and even the Imperial territory, so I found it especially jarring when the game uses the same map for supposedly different areas over and over. That's all.

Now, what I love from this game. I can get into very long rant, so please bear with me for a while.

First, improved game system. The difficulty is almost on par with the original VC, if not more. For some reasons, I found the enemies have scarily high firing accuracy, so if you're not careful, even characters with the highest health can go down fast. On the better side, your Engineers can instantly revive downed characters on the spot, and the rescued ones can be deployed immediately on the next turn.

Class system has been refined so you can customize your troops however you like, and this is what I love. None of your characters are completely useless now, even the ones with low stats! The only downside is that some classes take very long to upgrade.

Tanks and APCs now only cost 1 CP, which is awesome. They're still limited with the AP gauge, though.

In terms of music, the game's tracks are as excellent as the first game's. I still wish they offered more remixes on the previous game's tracks though, personally.

Story-wise, VC3 undoubtedly has the best storyline. While darker, it ultimately manages to remain on the optimistic side, and the game has plenty of lighthearted side events to cheer you up. Characters are also more fleshed-out, making them very endearing. Also, plenty of cameos.

Graphics-wise, while I still wish they'd use the first game's watercolor-style model, it doesn't bother me that much. Character designs and portraits are better than VC2, and while some can be a bit jarring, they overall fit the game's tone.

In the end, I'll say that despite few of its shortcomings, VC3 is a worthy successor of the previous games. Whether you're fan or newcomer to the series, buy it!
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LazySorcerer (2) on 14, May. 2013 12:31 (HKT)
A valuable collection
I played VC2 until the UMD was broken and order another! Now I enjoy playing VC3. The game was improved in many ways. I love that you can customize the characters better than VC2. Tutorial is easy for the first timer. Only thing I find a little annoyed is the reuse of maps from VC2. Overall, it's a must have for PSP!
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jeremiaj (3) on 22, Mar. 2013 18:35 (HKT)
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I love the VC universe and I wish this game gets translated and localised. It continues you the same gameplay as VC2 but is a bit darker with amazing character designs. I love these games!
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