Nihon Falcom released a new trailer for its newest Legend of Heroes title, Hajimari no Kiseki. The video shows many of the characters appearing in the game, which hits Japan this August.
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The final part of the Trails of Cold Steel subseries is approaching. NIS America put out a new story trailer setting the scene for the finale of the Erebonian arc.
XSEED Games and Marvelous have revealed the North American and European release dates for the latest version of Ys: Memories of Celceta. Both regions will get the PS4 edition in June, though North America will get it a touch earlier.
Did you know that eating multiple parfaits in a row makes one stronger? Perhaps one should not play this game for dietary advice, but maybe a review will make it clear that there are some other reasons to play it.
While western RPGamers await Trails of Cold Steel IV, Japan is gearing up for the latest entry in the series. Nihon Falcom also revealed some more characters appearing in the upcoming Hajimari no Kiseki.
Everyone knows that eating lots of food in a short period of time results in the immediate healing of injuries, plus becoming stronger. Nihon Falcom is good at educating people on such crucially under-reported information, more of which will be found in this game.
NIS America has confirmed that the final part of the Trails of Cold Steel subseries is heading west. Trails of Cold Steel IV will launch for PS4 this fall, with Switch and PC versions following next year.
Nihon Falcom updated the Japanese website for Hajimari no Kiseki, introducing the brand new, third playable party in the game. It also provided details about the game’s Cross Story System, where players can freely switch between its main protagonists’ stories.
Nintendo pushed out a surprise Direct Mini presentation today. The thirty-minute video included news for Xenoblade Chronicles, Bravely Default II, Borderlands, King’s Bounty II, Ring Fit Adventure, and more.
Trails of Cold Steel III is now available on PC. Rean and the new Class VII are ready to begin their highly specialised studies on the new platform.
With Trails of Cold Steel III releasing on PC and Switch this Spring, we talked with Ruud van de Moosdijk and Peter “Durante” Thoman about the creation those ports. We delve deeply into Peter’s obsession with variable penumbra shadows, and Ruud’s fondness for textured triangles.
PC RPGamers awaiting the release of Trails of Cold Steel III can now get a taste of the game. A demo is now available on Steam, with NIS America also announcing a limited edition for the PC version.
Nihon Falcom released new screenshots for Hajimari no Kiseki, showing some more returning characters from previous Legend of Heroes titles. Like usual, fans of the series should beware of spoilers for earlier games.
The PC versions of Ys: Memories of Celceta and Ys: The Oath in Felghana have new audio options. Japanese voice acting can now be chosen for the former, while the latter gets the English voice acting previously found only on the PSP version.
Nihon Falcom has provided some new screenshots for the newest Legend of Heroes title, Hajimari no Kiseki. This batch shows some returning characters from previous titles in the series.
Nihon Falcom has provided release dates for the Legend of Heroes’ Crossbell Saga on PlayStation 4. The developer also revealed some extra features coming to the new versions of the games.
NIS America released a major update for the PC version of Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. Alongside graphical, control, and performance updates, the publisher also added an experimental local co-op mode.
NIS America has good news for those who have been waiting to experience the latest chapter of Trails of Cold Steel. Two new trailers confirm releases and features for upcoming PC and Switch versions.
The final chapter in The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky series took a decade to release on North American PCs fully translated into English. Now it’s time to find out if it was worth the wait.
Nihon Falcom has announced a new entry in the Trails series. Hajimari no Kiseki will follow three different main protagonists and come to Japan this summer, shortly after the series’ Crossbell saga hits the console.