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In times of war, there is always need for those who can to serve their nation, and now it is your turn to do your part. In Valkyrie: Battlefield, you'll be donning the flight suit of a mechanical suit (mech) pilot trainee and engaging in simulator missions against a multitude of foes. As you advance in rank, you will be increasingly tested by new enemies, forcing you to adopt and modify your tactics in order to successfully engage them. Players will also have to utilize varying terrain to take maximum advantage against any opponents they come across. As you progress through your training, you will gain access to new and improved mech components, as well as new mech models to aid you in combat. Take what you learn and apply it in order to complete your training and conquer the battlefield.

Reviews


SineCosineSineCosine

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 3, 2009

Almost a 10

This is clearly a top-down take on MechWarrior 2, and that's just fine. That was a great game, and it totally blew my mind back in 1995. This game, having a similar storyline, soundtrack, customization feature, and ranking system, is, therefore, good.

What is not good is the mode of the gameplay itself. Mechs play best in wide open spaces, as do swarming survival games like this one. Playing in such a cramped space was a bad design choice. Larger maps with fewer physical obstacles would have worked better. Also, one truly thrilling aspect about the MechWarrior games is that they made you feel like you were hunting or being hunted. This game lacked that element, as all the enemies were easily visible, even if they were hidden behind an obstacle, and all enemies charge you en masse. They may as well be zombies and you a guy with a shotgun, rather than mechs and mechs. More obscurity in the play area, along with more tactical enemy AI would have made for a much more immersive experience.

All in all, this is the epitome of game craft, but a case of bad judgment in the design of individual levels.

Final judgment: This game is better than average. In fact, it is better than most, but not something I would play again after I've finished it.


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hellfire9hellfire9

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 3, 2009

wtf

i have bin waitig 20minutes for it to load but all im watching is the words saying hard circle over and over it might have bin a nice game though



cowlordcowlord

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 2, 2009

great

it was great,was geting much harder neer the end =D



NagitoNagito

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 2, 2009

Very good, great potential

I liked the game and its controls, but my mech would freeze and wouldnt move and thus i died, was this because i over heated? cause if so i would change that and leave it just at the weapons stop functioning. The graphics and enemy designs were good, but there could be a tiny bit more diversity. Maybe some more weapons like a gauss cannon or a howitzer, but there needs to be something alittle more stronger than the laser gun, because that doesnt fire fast enough for me to use it. And also the missle launcher in a sense does more damage than the particle cannon for the back mount because you can get three missile shots in but only one particle cannon shot. Anyway great game loved it, favored it and im looking foward to your next one.


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trookitrooki

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 2, 2009

awsome

maybe add more body types and weapons