SEGA News Bits: Valkyria Chronicles on PS4 coming West reaction and discussion

The physical releases of localized Japanese SEGA titles keep on coming! In this SEGA News Bits, George and Barry react to the news of Valkyria Chronicles Remastered coming to the Americas and Europe and discuss how this could affect the future of the series. Valkyria Chronicles Remastered is due out Spring 2016, priced at priced at $29.99/CA$44.99 in special launch edition case for the Americas. The game is also releasing to Europe both physically and digitally, with physical release details to come.

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8 responses to “SEGA News Bits: Valkyria Chronicles on PS4 coming West reaction and discussion

  1. Gen says:

    So far we’ve had
    1.Yakuza 5
    2. Yakuza 0
    3. Sega classics collection
    4. Valkyria Chronicles remastered

    Anything else?

  2. I hope they also localize Azure Revolution. And of course I still want PSO2.

  3. Miguel says:

    I would like for them to put it out on Xbox 360 or Xbox one instead of ps4.

  4. Ellie says:

    @ Miguel maybe you should ask Phil Spencer or Major Nelson so that they are throwing some Rings @ Sega. As I said before Sega will have a great year(s) in this generation of gaming. To succeed they most bring there ip’s to all consoles if possible, so that they make more revenue. Sega made the mistake with sonic on the wii and sonic on the wii u. Also I hope that Atlus will not longer make any console exclusive deals.

  5. Nathan T. says:

    Valkyria Chronicles on the PS3 completely blew me away with the creative mix of game play styles/types. The character design, gameplay, animation/graphics with the cell-shading, musical score, story-line, and the character development were all top notch in my book. I actually felt emotionally connected/attached to the characters as the story went on which says a lot about their great story writing and voice over work. Popping the game into my PS3 and simply replaying the intro to the game helped me realize how beautifully done this game was – the anime type of cell-shaded character drawing, the beautiful, moving, and emotionally driven symphony music that fits the intro perfectly captivates you to play the game.

    I for one can’t wait to replay VC Remastered on the PS4 in 1080p and 60fps which should make the game play real smooth without much stutter or lag. I just pre-ordered the remaster figuring that this would be the precursor to the sequel and that SEGA would be testing out the NA market to see if there is continuing interest in the series. All SEGA has to do is read the numerous forums and fan sites online to see the hunger and anticipation for these unique types of games and that we’re all waiting and ready to throw our hard-earned money at them. Thank you SEGA for remastering one of my top 5 favorite games of all time!

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