• 4.2 • 183 Ratings
    • $17.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The beloved RPG classic, reborn for the smartphone.

"To my side, my noble Einherjar!"

An intricate and evocative tale of fates woven by gods and mortals, steeped in Norse mythology, punctuated by groundbreaking combat, and brought to life by a soundtrack considered among gaming's greatest. Behold the origin of the VALKYRIE PROFILE franchise for yourself.

Added features and enhancements make it easier than ever to enjoy VALKYRIE PROFILE: LENNETH.

-Intertwining tales that spin a captivating story amid the epic backdrop of Norse Mythology
-Deep, action-packed combat, with exhilarating combos and satisfying special attacks
-Motoi Sakuraba's timeless soundtrack
-Multiple endings based on your actions and choices

Long ago, the worlds were forged: Midgard, the domain of mortals, and Asgard, the realm of celestial beings—elves, giants, and gods.

Amid the heavens, the sands of time flowed peaceably, until one fateful day. What began as a simple feud between the Aesir and Vanir would soon ignite a divine war that would come to rage across the lands of men, heralding the coming of the end of the world.

By Odin's command the battle maiden descends from Valhalla, surveying the chaos of Midgard, seeking the souls of the worthy.

She is the Chooser of the Slain. She is the Hand of Destiny. She is the Valkyrie.

As war ravages Asgard above and Ragnarok threatens the world's end, she must learn her own story, and discover her own destiny.

From the heavens on high to the world down below, the battle for the souls of gods and men begins.

Odin has tasked you with gathering Einherjar, the souls of worthy, and offering them to the gods as able warriors.

-Recruit Einherjar
Perform Spiritual Concentration from the overworld to find fallen souls, then visit them to witness the circumstances of their fates and recruit them.

-Develop Einherjar in Combat
Fight alongside your Einherjar, and sharpen their skills and abilities to enhance their value as warriors.

-Send Einherjar to Asgard
Once they are worthy, send the warriors forth to the heavens, making sure they are suitably equipped for the great war.

-Hear of Their Exploits
Learn how your Einherjar have fared in Asgard at the end of each chapter.

-Intuitive controls and UI catered to touchscreen
-Smartphone-optimized graphics
-Save-anywhere and autosave functions for on-the-go play
-Auto-battle option for combat
-Booster options available for purchase

iOS 8 or later

Partial support for game controllers

What’s New

Version 1.0.6

- Fixed minor bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
183 Ratings

183 Ratings

Vitamin___D ,

Needs a little fine tuning

First off let me start off saying that it’s a great port I love the game. Such a great classic. The only few bad things about that game is that it REALLY needs a D-pad. When playing side scrolling games you kinda need the pad, not the pad the pops up whenever you move the character and god forbid you’re trying to navigate through a dungeon and you keep going back and forth and back and forth. Also there are some items that you miss because you can’t navigate the jumps and the ice blocks because you can barely control the character, secondly there’s a bug in the game whenever you go to the overworld and go into a dungeon all of Lenneths skills becomes unequipped which is really annoying.

Add the D-pad and fix the bug and you’ll get 5 stars outta me

Vazmyr ,

What I’d expect from Square Enix

I’m a huge Final Fantasy fan who enjoyed the franchise starting from the PlayStation era (from FFVII-FFXIII Trilogy). Never got to play the Valkyrie Profile series and had not even heard of it until a few years ago. Lenneth is a refreshing reminder of the good ole days of the Enix (SquareSoft at the time). The storyline is reminiscent of Square’s 90’s JRPG’s. Already on 2nd playthrough for the perfect ending (FAQ’s required it seems!). Loving the darker storyline side of Square revolving supernatural and mythical themes of afterlife, self-sacrifice and heroism (fallacy or not). Norse mythology OP. Interesting format of gameplay progression (Periods). Could’ve been inspiration for FFXIII-3’s “limited time” progression perhaps? Idk - it’s definitely unique. The Valkyries remind me a lot of Lightning in XIII as well (always the dutiful warrior turned rebel). A recurring character archetype in Enix games it seems to be.

Some of the controls during the side scrolling is a bit clunky and frustrating. The Crystals needed to traverse into some areas can get frustrating, esp if you’re OCD about obtaining all dungeon treasures. The voice acting is too much tbh 😂. Dungeon Maps are annoying to navigate with (esp @ Lezard’s Tower when you need it most!) but it’s cool. Not really complaining though - it’s a fun game! Truly a rare gem that you won’t want to transfer to Odin!

_Astarte_ ,


The story play of the game is quite engaging, and heartfelt. The Valkyrie Lenneth herself is quite interesting. Sure at first seems plain, though the further you go, and if you do everything, it is revealed that there is something more to her in the past. A lot more to be precise. Each character is developed well. They’re all memorable in short. I’ve played many games dealing with Norse Mythology, so the course of the story was no surprise. That is where it was headed. Though what surprised me was Lenneth’s past. How certain characters have a direct impact on her character itself. I cannot say much otherwise I may spoil it.

The battle system reminds me somewhat of star ocean. It quite easy to maneuver. The battles also have quite a few skills that can be used under auto command or reaction, etc. Now due to another comment, complaining about multi touch. It’s not a brain buster. Just tap the characters name after an attack to perform an additional attack, counter, etc.

Over all my experience in the game was great. The story was very heartfelt. The progression was steady(if you do everything), and there are still a few holes in the story as usual, but nothing as important for the time being. If anything, I’d love for the game to have a new game+, I’d definitely replay it if that was added in.

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