Valkyria Chronicles 2 & 3 PS4/PS Vita Remasters: How they Could Look if Sega Made them on the Cheap

Tomorrow, Valkyria Chronicles will be released as a PS4 remaster in Japan, and today DualShockers celebrates the return of one of the best JRPG franchises of all times to home consoles with something quite special. You could call it a pipe dream.

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breakpad1804d ago

that s a good example for Sega to avoid...Sega put some money and remake them completely with the same or better depth and visuals as chronicles 1

Get_A_Job_Foxtrot1804d ago (Edited 1804d ago )

No it's a great idea. SEGA is cheap as hell, and this low-risk venture is exactly the kind of thing they might be willling to take a chance on. Especially if only as digital releases.

_-EDMIX-_1803d ago

That's a great idea for fans that's a terrible idea for a company I don't mean to be rude but some of you guys need to stop thinking about this very selfishly as consumers and start thinking about it on the business end these games didn't even do well enough to be translated, the third game anyway and I say this as a fan.

Sega didn't get to where they work today by taking such risky Moves, I believe they can remaster those games if the demand exists and put them on Steam and PSN for a healthy return.

I get some people want it complete remake but at the same time you have to be realistic and logical about what you're really asking a company to do with a very niche low selling game.

If you owned a property that that was rented out and always steadily occupied would you completely remodel the entire rental just because attendant asked you to?

There is a difference between what you want and what you could afford the reality is what fans want doesn't logically or economically even make sense based on how those games performed.

A remaster would do.

Theangrybogan1802d ago

"Sega didn't get to where they work today by taking such risky Moves" do u mean a shadow of their former self, a mear publisher, when they used to be an industry leader and innovator? I guess so. I agree with the rest of your statement. But a taking a few risks may benefit ol sega

_-EDMIX-_1802d ago

I'm sorry but not in terms of business no, yes they used to be that but they still releases titles that pushing the boundaries in still high quality titles with great teams.

What does it all mean if you're out of business? Capcom almost went out of business last generation because of all its risky releases of so many titles.

Not only is Sega still in business they purchased three great teams with the relic, Atlus and Creative Assembly.

In order to stay in business you still need to be conservative, watch your margins and be sound.

remember when Capcom would did titles like God Hand in Okami and Veautiful Joe? What happened to clover? What happened last generation when Capcom was open to being bought out? I'm just saying they need to only take such a risk if there's a real profit in doing so.

As a gamer I still like that Sega as a businessman I think they're in better standing currently than they ever been in their company's history.

Look at their amazing sales with aliens isolation!

Sega as a Japanese publisher is making lots of right choices in it's clear that Capcom and even Square Enix are looking at what Sega has done to stay conservative with their releases both square in Capcom have stated they have many PlayStation titles that they're going to create in both publishers are also making titles on PC they're no longer trying to make all their titles on three platforms or for platforms for anything crazy like that or try to release all the Japanese titles to the west regardless.

I think if you like Sega and truly want the best for them you also would want them to make money and stay in business I'd rather they never put out these titles if it would hurt them and have them stay in business vs have them continuously release titles in regions they don't sell for my own selfish reasons, the reality is what good with those two titles be if Sega goes out of business this generation?

I just look at it as though I'm an old school fan of Sega I'm also a businessman myself and completely understand that Sega has to stay conservative in this industry if they want to continue to exist I personally feel again they're doing a great job and how they're running Sega vs 10 or 15 years ago.

I mean let's remember they own Atlus now.

Get_A_Job_Foxtrot1804d ago

Yeah just release them for very cheap. Especially since SEGA owns Atlus, who has an excellent translation studio in USA... they could easily translate and find excellent voice actors or Valkyria 3.

Abriael1804d ago

No please, no voice actors :D The Japanese track is plenty, especially looking at the *terrible* English voice acting in Valkyria 1 and 2.

Get_A_Job_Foxtrot1803d ago

No VO means even cheaper for SEGA. But just in case, ATLUS has never had a bad dub if they go with voice overs

Kaneki-Ken1804d ago

I would like the first one that was Remaster to be ported and release on Vita since I love the anime, and play these type of games on the go plus the gameplay is great.

DivineAssault 1802d ago

I really hope this happens one day

ninjahunter1802d ago

I dont think the gameplay would be compelling enough for a non portable platform.