- Anticlimax Boss: Many of the bosses come off as this if you attack them with a high-leveled party.
- Awesome Music: Memorable music tracks from the first two games have been brought back and rearranged appropriately for this title.
- Broken Base: Putting it lightly, Valkyrie Anatomia: The Origin has split the English-speaking fandom into two camps: one that has completely disowned the game simply on the basis of it being for mobile devices and decrying that the series is now dead forever, while the second camp is cautiously optimistic and happy to see a return to the series after 7 years since the last entry.
- Complacent Gaming Syndrome: You are likely to see other players use Lenneth, Freya, or any other character with excellent comboing attacks as their main choice. On the flipside, this means most parties will benefit having a guest member fighting alongside them.
- Fridge Horror: Hey look, we will be able to recruit such favorites as Cress from Tales and Ed from Fullmetal Alchemist ...as einherjars! That's right, based on the rules of the world, you can only recruit crossover characters after they die. The game doesn't help either at least with the Fullmetal Alchemist characters, as their recruitment just has one of their quotes show up on screen and then they're recruited. You don't ever find out if they die and/or how they died. The only exception to this rule is the global exclusive unit, Qilin, who's the closest thing to a goddess in her own world and explicitly survives but stays with the Valkyrie (or at least a part of her does).
- They Changed It, Now It Sucks!: English-speaking fans were not happy to find out that Anatomia would be a mobile game, to say the least.
- Tier-Induced Scrappy: Kurt unfortunately falls under this. His attacks, character skills, and finishing strike are all terrible compared to every other character. The character personality-wise himself is an aversion, however.
- What an Idiot!: Sennah should have thought twice before taking on a gang of vikings all on her own.
- Win Back the Crowd: Wonder Planet, the developers of the western release of the game, are trying to attract players who don't want to try the game due to the negative "Whales only" reputation of the Japanese release. They're doing this by bringing over recruitable einherjar and free-weapon events early, reducing the difficulty of events to make it manageable for free-to-play players, and even giving out a global exclusive unit that's better than most of the gacha characters.
- The Woobie: Barring a few exceptions, almost all of the Einherjar fall under this, but special mention has to go to Lucia. To say that her life is awful is an understatement. Even her side story ends on a downer note, showing that her life still stinks as an Einherjar.
YMMV / Valkyrie Anatomia