Nihon Falcom released a new minute-long trailer for Kuro no Kiseki. The latest title in the The Legend of Heroes series launches in Japan in September.
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Nihon Falcom announced the Japanese launch date for the newest The Legend of Heroes title. The developer also revealed another two characters appearing in the game.
Nihon Falcom put out some new images and details for The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki. The update introduces a pair of characters, some new locations, and more.
Hajimari no Kiseki is getting Japanese as Asian releases for Switch and PC via Steam this August. Trails fans can expect a story that takes places shortly after the events of Trails of Cold Steel IV with many familiar faces returning.
Adol is heading back for more adventures on PC and Switch. The latest title in Nihon Falcom’s action RPG series will arrive on the platforms this July.
The first two entries in Nihon Falcom’s Trails of Cold Steel subseries will be available for Japanese Switch owners in July and August. No announcements regarding a western release have so far been made.
Nihon Falcom released the first trailer for the upcoming PS4 version of Nayuta no Kiseki. The Kai remaster of the PSP title will launch in Japan in June.
Google Stadia is getting another batch of RPGs. Four Nihon Falcom RPGs are on their way courtesy of NIS America, three of them arriving very soon.
Nihon Falcom launched the official Japanese website for The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki. The launch comes with new details and media showcasing the game’s setting, characters, and combat.
Nihon Falcom’s latest The Legend of Heroes title promises some big changes, and not just on the story front. Kuro no Kiseki will feature action and command-based combat modes.
Trails of Cold Steel IV’s PC version will be launching alongside its Switch version. RPGamers on both platforms will be able to conclude the Erebonian arc next month.
Adol has been cribbing from some of the best in the gaming industry for his newest adventure, Monstrum Nox. The red-headed hero is running up walls into one of the best entries in the long-running series.
Nayuta no Kiseki Kai has a release date for PlayStation 4 in Japan. The game was originally released on the PlayStation Portable in 2012.
Nihon Falcom’s Ys IX: Monstrum Nox is now available in North America, with Europe getting the game in a few days. The RPG follows Adol into a prison city where his next adventure awaits.
Publisher Restar Games provided some more details for the mobile version of Ys VI. It will launch in Japan this spring as a free-to-play title.
The fourth and final part of The Legend of Heroes’ Trails of Cold Steel subseries has a Switch release date. The game will launch on the console in a few months.
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A PS4 demo for Ys IX: Monstrum Nox is now available in North America and Europe. The demo lets players explore a couple of areas in the game.
Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim is heading to iOS and Android in Japan. The mobile versions are being handled by company Manhattan People and set to launch sometime in 2021.
Japan and Asia will be receiving versions of Hajimari no Kiseki for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam. The release is set for summer of next year.