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Valiant Hearts: The Great War

Valiant Hearts: The Great War is the story of 5 crossed destinies and a broken love in a world torn apart. All of them will try to survive the horror of the trenches following their faithful canine companion. In Valiant Hearts, the lives of all these characters are inextricably drawn together over the course of the game. Friendship, love, sacrifice and tragedy befall each one as they help each other to retain their humanity against the horrors of war.

Release Date: June 24, 2014

Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier


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Valiant Hearts: The Great War is a puzzle adventure video game developed by Ubisoft Montpellier and published by Ubisoft. The game is inspired by letters written during the Great War and has four characters on the battlefield help a young German soldier find his love in this story about survival, sacrifice and friendship.

The game is powered by UbiArt Framework, an in-house engine by Ubisoft previously used for Rayman Origins and its sequel, Rayman Legends, as well as Child of Light, the former two being developed by Ubisoft Montpellier as well.

The story begins in the year 1914. Archduke Franz Ferdinand has been assassinated and Germany declares war on Russia in response. Anticipating war, France begins to deport all German citizens. Karl, one of the many Germans deported, is forcibly separated from his wife Marie and their son Victor. Karl is then drafted into the German army. Likewise, Marie's father and Karl's father-in-law Emile is drafted into the French army.


Questions & Answers

  • Can someone help name this app?

    I saw it a while back on the app store. I'm pretty sure it was an interactive story based off of 4 different people with their war dogs during WWII (Maybe WWI or a different

    Sounds like "Valiant Hearts: The Great War".

  • How can I win the heart of Jane Savage when she thinks that us OWSERS are Rabble and Traitors?

    We are the brave of heart. We Are The People. We Are The 99%. Can someone help me here?

    Try your protesting in Philadelphia please. When you hear the sound of steel shoes on the concrete, and you see 16 hnd police horses moving in a definite formation to bust every damn bone in your lower extremities, Then we will see how much of a valiant effort you put up. I train my mounted Unit for my agency. And they are no fun in a crowd of idiots. They can roll a shoulder and break every rib in your ' chest. They can with one well placed strike with a foreleg, Break you knee and shin bones. Or if given the command they can place a kick in your mid section and you will be down for the better part of 2 hours, So please Philly, has a great mounted unit. Go there next. I like Moohameds comment about Jane, Wrong impression skippy. She just can handle radical Islamic fanatics. After that is ' who we are at war with now isn't it.

  • History - great history - Do you know Vikramaditya 'The creator of an era.' who?

    was an ideal king was as wise as he was brave and strong. He did not want kingship, but when the people needed him, became king. Matchless in war and matchless in forgiveness, an

    i just got some initial confusion over the question whether you ask about the greatest king vikramaditya (patti) or any other. Then, i thought of the ' the creator of an era ' . About 850 years ago the 'Chalukya- Vikrama Era' was in vogue in Karnataka. Vikramaditya the Sixth came to the throne on the 26th of February 1077A.D. The Chalukya-Vikrama Era commenced from that date. This shows his power and greatness. He defeated a number of kings and proved his valour. Can we respect a person as a great man, just because he is physically very strong or because he has an army and is powerful? Surely we cannot. The giants are said to have been very strong. All were afraid of them, but no one respected them. People hated them. One should have the wisdom to use one's strength for the benefit of others. A horse may be swift as the wind, but he needs reins to control him. In the same way power needs wisdom. Vikramaditya was both valiant and able. In spite of constant wars during his reign, the subjects lived without fear. His motto was to rule solely for the welfare of the people. In addition to this he was generous and noble. He treated a king, Jagaddeva by name, with such affection and grace that Jagaddeva gave up his kingdom andcame away to Vikramaditya's court. Vikramaditya the Sixth was second to none in valor. Many kingdoms were under his thumb but he used his might to help the good and punish the wicked. In every way he was worthy to give an era his name. His greatness came to light even when he was still young. He said 'no' when the high position of the Yuvaraja was offered to him. Someshwara the First was Vikramaditya's father. He had three sons Someshwara the Second, Vikramaditya the Sixth and Jayasimha the Fourth.

  • Any good Midevil times movies?

    I want to know of some good midevil times movies,No comedies. Something with a good story,Conflict between people and of course epic fights

    I apologize for any repetition, but I can't recall all of the ones already named. This will be just an extra vote for them! Robin of Sherwood (TV series, including several movie-length episodes) Sword of the Valiant: The Legend of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Beowulf (2007) ~ a bit early but some great battles! The Mists of Avalon (TV miniseries) A Walk with Love and Death Kingdom of Heaven (2005) Brother Sun, Sister Moon The Lion in Winter (1968) Romeo & Juliet (1968) The War Lord (1965) Robin and Marian Hearts & Armour The 13th Warrior Stealing Heaven Alfred the Great Henry V (1989) Becket (1964) Dragonslayer Flesh+Blood Dragonheart First Knight Ladyhawke Excalibur El Cid I hope that not many of these are far out of the timeline.

  • Will we forget,WWI poem no mans land.?

    Forward they ran, into the fire, bullets abound, knee deep in the mire, undaunted by death, they surged on and on, with them our freedom rested upon.

    And lest we forget this poem also of WWI: In Flanders Fields By: Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, MD (1872-1918) Canadian Army In Flanders Fields the poppies blow Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields. Or this poem by Rudyard Kipling Recessional By Rudyard Kipling (A Victorian Ode) God of our fathers, known of old-- Lord of our far-flung battle line-- Beneath whose awful hand we hold Dominion over palm and pine-- Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lest we forget--lest we forget! The tumult and the shouting dies-- The Captains and the Kings depart-- Still stands Thine ancient sacrifice, An humble and a contrite heart. Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lest we forget--lest we forget! Far-called our navies melt away-- On dune and headland sinks the fire-- Lo, all our pomp of yesterday Is one with Nineveh and Tyre! Judge of the Nations, spare us yet, Lest we forget--lest we forget! If, drunk with sight of power, we loose Wild tongues that have not Thee in awe-- Such boastings as the Gentiles use, Or lesser breeds without the Law-- Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lest we forget--lest we forget! For heathen heart that puts her trust In reeking tube and iron shard-- All valiant dust that builds on dust, And guarding calls not Thee to guard. For frantic boast and foolish word, Thy Mercy on Thy People, Lord! Amen. All great poems of war, death, and power.

  • Can anyone tell me about any good movies that are medieval/renaissance genre?

    Forward they ran, into the fire, bullets abound, knee deep in the mire, undaunted by death, they surged on and on, with them our freedom rested upon.

    Up front, I shall state that most nitpicky historians hate most films that Hollywood has made. So, I don't worry about the historical accuracy and simply enjoy the story. After all, no one is going to test you afterward, are they? Romeo & Juliet (1968) The Last Valley The Adventures of Robin Hood The Virgin Spring The Seventh Seal Kingdom of Heaven Anne of the Thousand Days Mary, Queen of Scots (1971) Mary of Scotland (1936) Young Bess~Elizabeth I The Virgin Queen The Six Wives of Henry VIII The Private Life of Henry VIII A Walk With Love & Death The Lion in Winter Shakespeare in Love The Name of the Rose Stealing Heaven Tristan & Isolde The 13th Warrior Lady Jane The Return of Martin Guerre Braveheart The War Lord El Cid Dragonslayer Dragonheart Ladyhawke Masque of the Red Death First Knight Sword of the Valiant aka Sir Gawain & the Green Knight The Black Rose (1982) Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (1973) The Fighting Prince of Donegal Robin & Marian Becket The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) Prince of Foxes Excalibur Camelot~musical Knights of the Round Table Ivanhoe (1952) Ivanhoe (1982 TV movie) Ivanhoe (1997 TV miniseries) Henry V (1945) Henry V (1989) Richard III (1955) Tower of London (1939) Tower of London (1962) Sword of Lancelot Hearts & Armour aka Hearts & Armor Flesh + Blood aka Flesh & Blood The Court Jester~great comedy! Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves~wonderful Alan Rickman performance! Lionheart (1987) The Black Shield of Falworth The Princess Bride The Taming of the Shrew The Sword & the Rose Cry of the Banshee Beowulf (1998 TV movie) Beowulf (1999) Alfred the Great A Man for All Seasons (1966) Seven Seas to Calais (1962) Fire Over England Monty Python and the Holy Grail~~Someone is bound to mention this one! "Brother Cadfael" is a PBS series of a number of excellent films based on the mystery novels. Titles are: One Corpse Too Many The Sanctuary Sparrow The Leper of St. Giles Monk's Hood The Virgin in the Ice The Devil's Novice A Morbid Taste for Bones The Rose Rent St. Peter's Fair The Raven in the Foregate The Holy Thief The Potter's Field The Pilgrim of Hate You can read episode descriptions here: http://epguides.com/Cadfael/guide.shtml "Robin of Sherwood" is a series that ran in the Eighties, starring Michael Praed as Robin Hood. Later, Jason Connery (Sean's son) took over the lead role but not as Robin. It's much better than the series presently on BBC America, with a touch of mysticism and no modernisms. The music is by Clannad, which certainly boosted their popularity. Here's the link to the episode guide: http://www.tv.com/robin-of-sherwood/show...

  • Help editing my greek mythology essay?

    For English were writing about who we think is the most heroic. I decided to write about Achilles. If you could give me some pointers i would really appreciate it(: There are

    Great Start.....I'd take your text and hightlight the word "hero" or "heroic" even though that is the topic -- you don't want to overuse the word. Try to find another word to use or rephase your sentence. A long section of your paragraph is a quote. That's OK and is good evidence to back up your claim. But it does take up a lot of your paragraph -- which means you have not written very much yet that is in your own words. Also that quote shows Achilles "bad" side -- he killed people to revenge his friend's death. That might or might not be the quality of a Hero. It depends on if your essay question is on Modern Heroism in general or Heroism within the Iliad. So you might want to use a different example. Here's my "edits" -- GOOD LUCK!!! There are many ways to recognize a Hero. Physical Strength, Emotional Maturity, and Courage are only a few of the many qualities in being heroic. While there are many Gods who have these traits, only a few mortals are heroes in the truest sense of the word. In Greek Mythology, Achilles is seen as the pinnacle of moral warriors due to his strength, courage and how he cares for his family and friends. Achilles is one of the powerful men - he is described as a devouring wildfire as he slaughters the Trojans at the end of book 20. And, he also has a valiant heart. He fears neither God nor man. He is an avenger of friends. For example, when Patroclus dies, Achilles becomes really sad and mourns for his friend’s death all night long by weeping and howling in auguish. Afterwards he built a huge funeral pyre. In the story it says, “Back in camp, Achilles built a hundred-foot-square pyre for Patroclus’s Corpse, and there sacrificed a huge flock of sheep to his ghost; also four horses, nine hounds, and twelve noble Trojan prisoners of war, whom he had reserved for this fate”. (228) This demonstates how much Achilles cares for and would do anything for his friends or family. Therefore, Achilles is the clearly the most heroic of all the ancient Greek warriors - a True Hero. Here are some words that you could substitute for heroic/hero. Audacious, bold, brave, courageous, dauntless, fearless, gallant, game, hardy, intrepid, stouthearted, unafraid, undaunted, valiant, valorous.

  • Can I have a critique on a poem meant to be read aloud?

    TITLE: A letter from home The dawn is breaking A swift wind that colors the trees Ripples the leaves And disappears like a whisper in the dark Comes only as a steadfast

    WOW!!! My first inclination, while reading your "why(s)" was to explain war in this millenium as God may see it. After getting to the bottom line, all I can say is, "W o W!" This world has to come to an end. Evil is running rampant and God has got to stop us before we absolutely ruin ourselves, but the time is not here yet. God didn't start this war; People did. We have free agency. God is not happy with the evil, however I imagine he is quite pleased with the valiant. He is pleased with those with the right heart and intentions, regardless of the clothes the people wear. God knows who is right and who is wrong but He will not force anyone as to which way to go. Your poem is great. I love it. It gets me in my soul, but the one thing I've concluded, this world is going to hell in a hand basket on a whole. That's why it is important to remember our own individual purposes here. That is always, to get back to God, with a righteous heart. That lady should look more into the mirror of her own soul, rather than your clothing. I apologize for her. If I could, I'd go and fight and stop the whole war, but I can't, so we have to let people do what people do, until God says, 'All come home or go to hell." That's about it in a nutshell.

  • Is the god of the old testament a different god than in the new or did he just have a change of heart?

    TITLE: A letter from home The dawn is breaking A swift wind that colors the trees Ripples the leaves And disappears like a whisper in the dark Comes only as a steadfast

    God doesn't play an active role in the New Testament, it's mainly the words of Jesus. God really takes a bow, exits the stage and plays a secondary role. Where as Jesus takes front and centre stage and is deified as God Himself, who for some reason says his own Laws, which he gave to Moses are wrong and various other things which He promised the Israelites, were also wrong and then proceeded to create a new religion. The only times God is ever mentioned, is when Jesus refers to him, other than that he does next to nothing. Apart from make Mary pregnant with him, which again, goes against the very idea of what God is and can or will do. The majority of the Christian idea of what God is, is obscure, strange and deluded. One God, yet three parts? Then thats not one God is it, if it is three distinct personalities, it's three lesser gods forming a great God. The Gnostic view is even more strange and twisted, apparently the creator God, was somehow a lesser god, a demiurge i believe it's called, but Jesus is the major God, which makes no sense. Why deify Jesus, how can Jesus be anything other than a corpse? How can a lesser god create the entire universe and the Earth, but the main God be a mortal weakling, who didn't change the world in anyway shape or form? People claim he cleansed the world of Sin, but did he really? It seems to me, mankind went right back on track to killing one another, in fact the Empire fell, the world went into chaos, and people started warring over which religion is the best again. I actually am starting to see why people claim it is an entirely different god. It is not the same God in any respect. God wouldn't promise one thing and then, without warning do something entirely different. After the Great Flood, God told Noah, he would never, regardless of mans evil, destroy the world or smite man again. Yet apparently, he's planning on an apocalypse and judgement day? What? So he broke his promise to mankind "I wont smite you again....hehehe thats what you think" He promised the Children of Israel\Israelites, that he would set them free by sending the Messiah. Who would be of Human origin, not a demi-god, god or super natural being. Who would perform no miracles, but would rather be a great political leader, a valiant and peerless general and leader of men, who could fight for Israel, a just and yet merciful King and one who would bring peace to those who had once been slaves of Egypt etc. They got none of that with Jesus, just a few fancy words of Blasphemy, despite the fact God would NEVER descend to earth in human form, yet apparently Jesus was God in mortal form. Again, what? So not only did he break his promise, he also changes the rules? and sends a so-so Messiah, who is nothing what the Jews expect, who actually claims to be not a demi-god, not a lesser god, but God on earth. It's rubbish. Clearly the Bible is speaking of an entirely different God, than the God the Jews spent their centuries, upon centuries worshipping, while the rest of the world frolicked around with pantheons. The Christian and Jewish God are not the same entities. Yahweh is totally different when interacting with the Jews, yet the God of the Christians is almost an extreme opposite. If Jesus was a god incarnate, he was not Yahweh.


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