Valkyria Chronicles II Expands With Cheap, Massive DLC Pack

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Valkyria Chronicles II is a HUGE game. I literally just finished the story this morning after nearly a month and right around 50 hours of play — and I probably haven’t completed even half of the side content!

If 40+ hours of gameplay isn’t enough to satisfy your strategy-RPG addiction, hit up the PSN store later today when the update goes live and grab the new DLC pack Sega has lined up for release. For a measly $5, you can add 22 extra missions and many more hours of gameplay to a game already bursting at the seams with content. The same DLC missions were released in Japan at $1 apiece, so North American fans are getting an amazing deal here. Take advantage of it!

Sega also closed out its Community BLiTZ series on the PlayStation blog today with four more free codes to enter in the Passwords section of the Extras menu, each one unlocking even more secret content such as tank stickers, new playable characters and missions.

Click over to the PS blog at the link below for the unlock codes. Also stay tuned for my Valkyria Chronicles II review later on in the week.

Valkyria Chronicles II Community BliTZ Finale – DLC and Free Codes [PlayStation.Blog]

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