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Valthirian Arc Hero School Story

 

 

Valthirian Arc Hero School Story  

 

Have you ever looked at a game and just knew it was going to be a lame experience? That is what happened with me and Valthirian Arc Hero School Story. I cringed at playing this game. I knew a little bit about it, and what I knew did not impress me. Valthirian Arc Hero School Story looks like a PS2 or PS3 game. The graphics are just bad. The publisher for Valthirian Arc Hero School Story is PQube. The developer for Valthirian Arc Hero School Story is Agate. This game is rated Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY with Fantasy Violence, and Mild Suggestive Themes being the two ESRB rating descriptors.

There are two main things we do in Valthirian Arc Hero School Story. We build up the academy, and we send students out on missions. The students can level up and get stronger. We also collect materials like scraps to forge better equipment for the students. The hack and slash violence in Valthirian Arc Hero School Story is extremely repetitive. Expect a full review of Valthirian Arc Hero School Story to appear in an upcoming issue of the ever popular Family Friendly Gaming. As of right now do not waste your money on this game that appears on the Nintendo Switch, Personal Computer, and PlayStation 4.
{08/10/2019}
- RPG Master

 

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