Valhalla Knights 3 Lets Players Equip Twelve Skills

By Spencer . November 30, 2012 . 4:02pm


Marvelous AQL talked about the character development system in Valhalla Knights 3. Defeating enemies increases your character’s job level and parameter boosts. Fighter, Mage, Prisoner, Thief, Priest, Akatoki, and Archer are the seven announced classes in Valhalla Knights 3.


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Your party members also earn skill points, which are used to upgrade and unlock abilities. Each character has eight active skills (like Fire magic for mages or Armor Break for knights) and four passive skills. In addition to a main job, you can pick two other subjobs to further customize your skill set.


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Valhalla Knights 3 comes out on January 31, 2013 for PlayStation Vita.

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  • Another entry? I guess people actually enjoy the series. I keep hearing bad things about it.

    • psycho_bandaid

      It has its fans. Kinda like the Dynasty Warriors games that are pretty much panned everywhere but still make money.

  • MasterHiei

    The first 2 games were dogshit, why bother making a 3rd one?

    • M’iau M’iaut

      Please take a moment to review our posting rules, think before you write and please watch the insults.

      • MasterHiei

        If I can’t say what I think, then it’s better for you guys to ban me already.

        • Hraesvelgr

          It’s not so much that you can’t say what you think, but rather that you should try doing so in a less brusque manner.

        • M’iau M’iaut

          Saying a few words which only anger or providing nothing beyond those words is the concern. As we say, if you have a passionate opinion, tell us why. If you truly believe a title is that bad, and thus want to recommend someone pass, give them reasons, not single line flame bait.

  • psycho_bandaid

    Looks like an improvement as far as the graphics go. It will be interesting to see what else they’ve been improving.

  • Draparde

    If this comes out in english (which i have no idea if it will.)

    i’ll probably get it. i hope it has multiplayer of some sort.

  • Eldar Saga was not without its flaws, but behind its totally unintuitive surface, there was actually a pretty satisfying RPG. I really enjoyed building my character, experimenting with different jobs and combinations of skills, and even came to mostly enjoy the combat, particularly against big foes and bosses. And even though the broad arc of the story was pretty basic, I enjoyed the side stories about the townsfolk, which also helped in giving the quests some personality. It wasn’t the shining pinnacle of the genre, but it did do some things very, very right.

  • i might be wrong, but based on what i seen so far it looks kinda bland.

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