Average Playtime: 6 hours

Star Valor

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Star Valor is a Space Action RPG game where you are in control of your own spaceship, with a vast galaxy to explore, mine, quest, trade, fight and even craft your own weapons. You have many different ways to build your ship and stand out in this living space, where every action counts for making a good (or bad) impression towards each faction. Start small, improve, complete missions, gather allies (or hire mercenaries), grow big and powerful.Current Features Open World exploration on a procedural galaxy Dynamic and easy to learn combat system Craft your own weapons 100+ different equipment to use in your ship 30+ spaceship models Chose new abilities as you level up Story and procedural quest system 7 factions to interact with
Release date
Jul 13, 2018
Rafael Burgos
Rafael Burgos
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.0 Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD 4000
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Yes
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.0 Ghz Dual Core CPU
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Any GPU with 256MB memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Yes
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Star Valor reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review A beautiful Gem that I liked to play "in between" for a few hours after all the virtual Bombastic Splendor of the many other 3D spaceship shooters. It's a little like Elite in 2D with Trade, Tech level, Ore mining, Crafting, Pirate hunting and Exploring the Different Sectors (and Expanding Relations with the Factions). Beautifully uncomplicated, easy to use, storage at any Space station or Jump gate and really brings whimsy (as well as promoting the addiction and Collection factor à la "just a few More credits, then I can finally afford the new Laser")-especially since at the Price of the Game of Not even a 2D cinema ticket. :-) In this way, I am absolutely recommended and supported, even if a "right" campaign-apart from the Turtorial Introduction-is (at least still) missing. But hey, at Elite there was no rampant campaign at elite back then (and even now in the more recent Remake "Elite Dangerous") ...
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Microsoft from Spain
Early Access Review At Star Valor You are a very small navecita that will have to make a lot of money through many ways like mining in asteroids, killing enemy ships, trading goods buying at one station and Vendiendolas in another, fulfilling missions that will ask you to Go to such a sector or deliver certain goods. This Money will help you to buy weapons that can be from projectiles or continuous beams, missiles, cannons, mines, etc. You can Also buy many modules that will help your ship to fly better, to have shield defense, more armor, better engines, repair ships, etc. You can Also build your own weapons by shooting in gusts, more damage, more range, more speed, etc. And Best of all, you can buy ships with different characteristics from small ships to very large ships. The game has as more than 70 sectors, in each sector there may be stations, asteroid field, other friendly or enemy ships, hideouts of mercenaries or marauders, etc. Also Exiten The Faciones and if you kill such a ship of a faction decreases your reputation with it and increases your reputation with its enemy faction. Having more raputacion with a certain faction will give you discount bonuses on your stations. The game has a system of levels and in each level you gain a skill point that you pouedes spend in the branch of engineering, combat, exploration, mining or relationships. It Is A game that you must go exploring I have not yet come to explore all sectors, nor have I known all the weapons, modules or ships sold at each station. The game is not finished yet but the creators plan to increase many more things.
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