Have a new dose of this new Valkyria Chronicles 2 trailer - destructoid

Have a new dose of this new Valkyria Chronicles 2 trailer

4:20 PM on 10.08.2009


Dale deemed Valkyria Chronicles 2 a worthy successor to the original after getting some quick hands on time with it at this year's Tokyo Game Show, and he's not alone in thinking so -- I think the game looks great. We thought you'd enjoy this new batch of screens and artwork, including a new trailer, that Andria Sang posted today, so here you go.

I'm especially excited to see some of the new characters in these shots. The game is coming out in January for Japan and during the summer for the US, so if you're really impatient for it and handy with your Japanese reading skills, you could always import it. Are you looking forward to getting your paws on this?


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