Valkyria Chronicles is a game of contrasts. The glorious, painterly, visual style in which the world is rendered is a long way from the bloody realities of war, yet the game still manages to present a challenging and believable conflict. Underneath its polished (and undoubtedly quirky) presentation is a confidently delivered and engaging experience that doesn’t hold itself a prisoner to convention, and it’s tempting to think that SEGA may very well have delivered a cult classic.
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