Ready the battalion! It’s Backtrack time! In this episode we talk about Sega’s other strategy RPG series, Valkyria Chronicles, with guests Josh, Robert, Pascal, and Wheels.
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Kelley enters the phlegm dimension. Chris thinks he’s an Elden Lord. Josh summons another cat. You, unfortunately, went to E3 programming camp and are now a slave for EA. Sorry.
Josh uses a cat carrier as an impromptu shield. Kelley learns that her husband’s Steamdeck RNG is improved if she’s not around. Meanwhile, Chris’s turtles are always having mating season.
Josh doesn’t absolutely hate the font. Robert plays Burger Mecha Time. And Chris goes to date some double jointed dragon tanks.
Kelley goes down the Sega Strategy Game Rabbit Hole. Chris becomes a doily shill. And Josh wants Sega to release Valkyria Chronicles as many times as it takes until people like it!
Squad E is embarking on a new mission to bring Valkyria Chronicles 4 to Google Stadia. Sega is expecting reports of success on that front very soon.
In this episode the original guest of Q&A Quest returns to fill in for Mr. Baker as he makes his way back to Japan. We also discuss the Valkyria Chronicles series.
Sega has updated the Steam PC release for tactical RPG Valkyria Chronicles 4. The game now comes with all the DLC included, with those who already own the game receiving the extra content automatically.
The JRPG legacy is synonymous with experimentation; even the most fondly-remembered titles, upon more frank inspection, reveal themselves as unique if not downright bizarre. How did this tradition begin, and where has it run off to?
RPG Backtrack Sidetrack wraps up the year looking at Curse of the Azure Bonds, Wasteland 2 and Valkyria Chronicles. Do these PC games hold up as we approach 2019?
Valkyria Chronicles 4 marks the series’ tenth anniversary as well as a return to home consoles. RPGamer was recently given the chance to ask director Kohei Yamashita and producer Kei Mikami some questions about the newest release.
The first Valkyria Chronicles game has joined Valkyria Chornicles 4 on Nintendo Switch. The game is available digitally, with those who also purchased the latest title digitally receiving a 25% discount on the original’s remaster.
After a decade of waiting for a return to home consoles, Valkyria Chronicles 4 brings its unique art style and combat back to the big screen. The strategy is certainly up to snuff but the story struggles to match the excellence of the original.
There’s less than three weeks until Valkyria Chronicles 4 arrives in North America and Europe. Sega has provided the game’s DLC schedule, as well as providing a trailer for the recently-dated Switch version of the first game.
The first Valkyria Chronicles game is coming to Switch in Japan at the same time as Valkyria Chronicles 4. It won’t hit the console on the same date in the west, but the gap isn’t too long.
A new trailer for Valkyria Chronicles 4 shows the new elements introduced in the title. Quick looks are given at the Centurion land-cruiser, the new Grenadier class, and ability for fallen soldier to make one last action.
A demo for Valkyria Chronicles 4 is now available in North America and Europe. RPGamers can get a head start on Squad E’s mission to take over the Imperial capital.
Soon after releasing Valkyria Chronicles 4’s opening movie, Sega has released its opening cutscene. Get an early look at Claude, Raz, Kai, and Ragnarok just before they engage in battle.
Valkyria Chronicles 4 is just a couple of months away from release in North America and Europe. Sega released the game’s opening video, which gives a quick look at all the main characters.
North America and Europe are getting one Valkyria Chronicles game on Switch (plus other platforms) this September. Japan, meanwhile, gets two.