Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria [Artifact Box]

Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria [Artifact Box]
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Square Enix
Compatible With PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)
Version
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  • This is a used item. If not otherwise mentioned below, spine card is included for titles that originally came with spine cards.

description

Limited Edition includes

- Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria PS2 Game
- Silmeria Figure
- Metal Accessories
- Original Sound Track CD

further info

Original Name  ヴァルキリープロファイル2 -シルメリア-(ARTIFACT BOX)
Official Release Date Jun 22, 2006
Genre Tactical RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0002814214
Catalog No.  SE-W0003
Item Code  4988601004633
Players  1

Box contents
  • Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria
  • Silmeria Figure
  • Metal Accessories (Ring of Mylinn)
  • Original Sound Track CD
  • Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria Artifact Box

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

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(8) on 14, Nov. 2013 04:03 (HKT)
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I love the ring! The game is good but I still like the first one better :3
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jasa_order (451) on 04, Jun. 2010 22:45 (HKT)
Another
I have the VP1 artifact, and I love it so much. Because of that, I also decided to bought this VP2 artifact to match the previous one and it also stunned me with it's content, including limited edition of Silmeria figure and the Ring of Mylinn which I can wear in my finger. For you true VP lovers, you can't just ignored this artifact, because it's a must have artifact, more than any others.
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zktham (1) on 21, Apr. 2010 23:29 (HKT)
this one is awesome!
I brought this one even thou it is preowned, but i like it very much!
the model are nice and the sealed casing for the model are not opened before.
the dvd didn't have even a scratch on it.
and the ring is a master piece!
I am glad that I decide to get this one!
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enyce02941 (3) on 16, Jan. 2007 01:55 (HKT)
A prequel that builds on its predecessor.
As a big fan of the original Valkyrie Profile, I couldn\'t help but pick up Silmeria. I had a lot of high expectations based on the excellent Playstation game, and many were met, but not without exceptions.

In terms of story and characters, I\'m not quite happy with the direction Silmeria took. In the original the Einherjar you recruited had their backstories explained through dramatic cutscenes. In Silmeria the Einherjar you encounter are generic and somewhat randomized. This leaves the actual storytelling to the main cast; a disappointment when in the original each encounter with a new Einherjar served to further develop Lenneth\'s character. However, there are a few returning faces in the cast that make for some very interesting battle parties.

Speaking of battles, the combat system of Silmeria remains close to the original. Each of the four characters in your party is assigned to a button, and must attack with precision timing to achieve maximum damage and desirable effects such as Break Mode. However, the battles take place on a three-dimensional field where the party must move about to get into range of the enemy. There is also a time factor that can reward bonus experience. These new features serve to keep battles interesting and challenging. The often-frenetic series of combos and ougis are very impressive to watch, as are the rest of the game\'s gorgeous graphics.

Music is one area where I believe Silmeria falters. The battle themes and music in general tends to be a bit more soft and mellow than those in the original. Other themes such as the music used in the game\'s opening, as well as other cutscenes is better; very dramatic and emotional.

Overall, Silmeria is an excellent buy.
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bader on 27, Dec. 2006 15:16 (HKT)
the bast game in rpg
can say one game is the bast cool
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