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Valiant: Resurrection

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Travel to the cloud land of Asteria, home of the mighty titans, and all types of magical creatures. It’s here where Argo and his dragon Golagros must go to restore the life of a fallen princess. With the help of the inhabitants, you must face the Fallen Titans and avoid the Judges, a shadow race, who watch over all of Asteria.

Explore the lands of Sirenus Bay, God’s Garden, Whitebleak, Fort Ember, God Snare, and the mysterious Immortal’s Abyss. Are you brave enough for this adventure?

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Publisher:
Aldorlea Games
Developer:
Aldorlea Games
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Source:
Aldorlea Games
Released:
Friday, November 28, 2014
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Languages:
English
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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Reviews for Valiant: Resurrection

87
Great RPG Game

This game was made by Aldorlea, a developer that uses RPG Maker. A lot of RPG Maker games are bad and filled with bugs, but this one is a gem. I picked it up on sale for $0.84, which is well worth it. The game has Steam Trading Cards for those who buys the game, which is cool if you collect them or you can sell them for Steam Wallet. I am around 4 hours into the game and it's a decent RPG. It has an interesting story, battles are fun and not overly convoluted, and the maps are fairly well made. I like collecting items and improving my characters stats and equipment. I'll definitely finish this one when I get the chance. Definitely add this one to your Want List if you liked playing SNES RPG games like Final Fantasy or Breath of Fire and consider buying it if it goes on sale.

69
Very creative, standard mechanics.

I really like the world and the story of this game. The characters are really cool, and the art style is really pleasing to the eyes. Unfortunately, it plays so much like a standard 8-bit RPG. It does little to nothing differently, and if you don't find anything particularly charming about the other elements, it won't be worth playing through it.

78
A good adventure.

You play as Agro, a young man who is on a quest to save his beloved girlfriend from a curse. It starts as your typical RPG adventure but be patient, for the story will unfold soon and reveal itself as a pretty interesting plot to follow. It's a indie game so don't expect it to be mindblowing in terms of visuals. It's a 2D RPG game like the one that used to be released on Super Nintendo. And like those games, it is filled with enough content to keep you entertained for a while. It's a good game if you're not bothered by its graphics.

77
A good adventure.

You play as Agro, a young man who is on a quest to save his beloved girlfriend from a curse. It starts as your typical RPG adventure but be patient, for the story will unfold soon and reveal itself as a pretty interesting plot to follow. It's a indie game so don't expect it to be mindblowing in terms of visuals. It's a 2D RPG game like the one that used to be released on Super Nintendo. And like those games, it is filled with enough content to keep you entertained for a while. It's a good game if you're not bothered by its graphics.

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