Summary: Very close to the original game for the PS3, Valkyria Chronicles . Looks very pretty, dialog and characters are just as corny, but the game play is still great, deep, fresh (a variant of the turn based style I haven't seen in any other game). If you have the ability to download though, you can now (Dec 31, 2010) get it for slightly less than half the price from PSN.
Summary: I didn't think sega could top the first Valkyria Chronicles but they have with this sequel. More of the same great strategy gameplay with added customization and depth, characters that are even better than the first with specific missions that flesh out they're personality. This will be a front runner for best handheld game of the year, buy it!.
Summary: Great game!! Anyway thats what my son said to say. He's tearing it up and enjoying the heck out of it. I haven't got a chance to play it yet but he's 17 so I figure he knows a good game when he play's it!!
Has deep strategy,nice presentation,charming characters,a story that's emotional at times.Great strategy/RPGame.
TidusandYuna1983, Game Informer
22 January 2014
Summary: Valkyria Chronicles 2 brings more of the great combination of turn-based strategy,real-time strategy and role-play gaming that the first Valkyria Chronicles brought us and Valkyria Chronicles 2 adds a new multiple map/network system that I'll explain about later. The story for Valkyria Chronicles 2 is set 2 years after the conclusion of the first Valkyria Chronicles game.Even though the second European War has come to an end,Gallia still cannot enjoy peace because a...
Summary: In this review I am generally going to try and avoid comparing this game with the original, but there are somethings that need to be said so I'm getting them out of the way here. This game cannot hold a candle to the PS3 original, and the reason is almost entirely the graphical limitations of the PSP system. The beautiful cinematic cutscenes have gone, replaced by still images with text boxes that don't really add as much to the feeling of being present in the world.
Makes me wish the third game had a European release
16 October 2013
Excerpt: "...system. One such example is Valkyria Chronicles 2, the follow-up to one of my favorite PlayStation 3 games. What a pity then that Sega decided to transfer the series from the popular PS3 to the more obscure PSP. The resultant drop in sales has denied European fans from ever seeing Valkyria Chronicles 3 on these shores. The game is set in the fictional continent of Europa, which is modeled off World War II Europe. The tiny nation of Gallia lies sandwiched ...
Pros: Strategic gameplay that incorporates turn based & real time elements, over 50 hours of content .
Cons: Some players may find the lead character a tad annoying, the enemy A . I is weak .
Summary: This is a really good game- much better than you might think for a psp game. I know some don't fully appreciate psp games so much but I personally liked quite a few. This game though is in a category of its own and it's definitely worth buying. The characters are what makes this game great. Their personality is definitely more than most.
Valkyria Chronicles makes a successful transition from the PS3 to the PSP. Shame no one bought it.
9 August 2013
Excerpt: As mentioned in my other reviews, I recently became the proud owner of a PlayStation Vita. Although the handheld's software library, in Europe, is rather sparse I am not regretting my purchase one bit. I never owned a Sony PSP so the Vita has given me the opportunity of sampling some of the gems that were released on that system. One such example is Valkyria Chronicles 2, the follow-up to one of my favorite PlayStation 3 games.
Summary: Valkyria chronicles 2 is a bit a disappointment, the game gets great review and stuff like this but..... The story lacking, the mission based nature really hurts the plot, but the plot itself is nothing special, standard japanese fare. Character: the most stereotyped japanese anime character ever! what a disappointment, if only a traditional jrpg get released with character like these, sure get killed by critic reviews graphic and presentation: menu and artwork!