NIS America announced a limited edition for Trails from Zero. The edition is available to pre-order now in North America, with European pre-orders starting on Monday,
Tagged: The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero
Another year has come and gone, and it won’t be long until the RPG release flood begins anew. The RPGamer staff has picked out some of the titles they are most excited for in 2022 and beyond.
RPGamer’s Where to Start? feature returns to provide a guide for those looking to get into certain RPG series. This time out we provide some insights on Nihon Falcom’s The Legend of Heroes, in particular the Trails/Kiseki titles.
Nihon Falcom held a 40th anniversary concert during which NIS America announced four more Legend of Heroes titles are heading west. The games will be released over the next couple of years, with fan translations playing an important part.
It’s the Old People Cast! Chris has issues with podcasts. Kelley asks if the gelatinous cube was worth it – it isn’t. Pascal is buried under a giant pile of visual novels. Anna Marie comes down with typhoid. And Robert insists there’s always room for more zippers.
Anna Marie spends the whole show looking for her holes. Jonathan Stringer is off singing Sakuna Matata. Josh Carpenter has all the sinks. Kelley Ryan cleans her entire house with a broom. And Chris has issues with Wil Wheaton.
The Nintendo Switch is getting four The Legend of Heroes games in Asia. Clouded Leopard Entertainment is releasing Zero no Kiseki and Ao no Kiseki along with the first two Trails of Cold Steel games on the console next year.
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.
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.