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Valkyria Chronicles Remaster: Japanese Launch Date, Trailer

Fans of the original Valkyria Chronicles were overjoyed to hear about the remaster for PlayStation 4.

They're also getting a sequel, Valkyria: Azure Revolution, which we recently got a peek at.

And while it's true that neither title has been confirmed for a North American release just yet, we're still allowed to hope, right? And following the sequel trailer, Sega has released a trailer for the Valkyria Chronicles Remaster, along with the Japanese launch date of February 10, 2016. As reported by RPGamer, this title first released for PS3 back in 2008 and garnered a ton of loyal followers. The strategy/RPG remains one of the most beloved titles of the previous generation and admittedly, it was a little strange that the well-received sequel launched only for PSP.

The games actually sold relatively well in the U.S. so it's definitely feasible that both the original remaster and Azure Revolution will eventually land on western shores. Just gotta be patient.

Related Game(s): Valkyria Chronicles Remaster

Tags: valkyria chronicles remaster, valkyria chronicles hd, valkyria chronicles remake

1/1/2016 11:24:25 AM Ben Dutka

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Shauneepeak
Friday, January 01, 2016 @ 2:20:22 PM
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Just give us freaking #3!!!

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KingRed
Sunday, January 03, 2016 @ 6:34:14 PM

I want both of them!

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Jawknee
Friday, January 01, 2016 @ 3:53:59 PM
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I tried to like this game. The presentation is great. I just couldn't get into the gameplay.

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BikerSaint
Friday, January 01, 2016 @ 5:33:29 PM

I tried to like it too, but sadly turn-based & me don't do well together.
I did love the watercolor artwork stylish graphics though.

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WorldEndsWithMe
Friday, January 01, 2016 @ 5:16:20 PM
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It was too hard time consuming for me.

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Underdog15
Saturday, January 02, 2016 @ 12:47:54 AM
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I loved this game. The hand drawn artwork was awesome and the gameplay was excellent. I enjoyed the second one on PSP as well. One of my favorite PS3 titles. I own it on Steam for PC as well.

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xenris
Saturday, January 02, 2016 @ 12:49:37 AM
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This game is one of my favourite PS3 games hands down. I demolished this game, and I don't particularly like these styles of games. But this game just hooked me. I loved the story and the characters.

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Rogueagent01
Saturday, January 02, 2016 @ 2:05:56 PM
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If Sega doesn't release them to the rest of the world i think i'll have to say goodbye to Sega. The Yakuza series is one thing but this just has to stop.

Japan needs to learn we like "your games" not the ones that are westernized. Yet they release the westernized ones and keep the unique ones to themselves, you're doing it ass backwards! Yes your unique titles will certainly not top a COD game in sales but neither do %99.9 of other games, stop thinking of yourselves as failures because you can't own the market and instead cutout a piece of the market use can call your own. Once you've done that you can budget properly and start to regain your former glory.

And for gods sake do not make your companies public, almost every company in the gaming world that goes public loses their souls, they no longer care about the vision or artistic side of projects it all ends up being about the bottom line and then the stressful top that bottom line each year after.

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