NIS America revealed the release dates for the third and fourth Trails of Cold Steel games’ dedicated PS5 versions. The games will be available together physically and separately digitally in February.
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The third and fourth games in the Trails of Cold Steel saga are receiving dedicated PS5 versions. The games will be available in a combo pack early next year.
Ahead of its sequel’s release, The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki is getting a PS5 version in Japan. Clouded Leopard Entertainment will also be releasing the PS5 version and a PC version in Asia.
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.
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.
It’s a slightly quieter week after the mass dump of games that was February and the first week of March. Kelley doesn’t want her mom to think she’s watching hentai, while Anna Marie insists our reviewers don’t hate every game. Josh will one day be free of the epic grip of Cold Steel IV, but not before Chris convinces him if he just lifts a truck, he can find a new orbment.
Kelley reviews a game in cats, Josh mourns the Moe, Chris gets to say Gugnir again, and Jonathan gets surpassed by his own progeny.
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.
Kelley gets a sweet message from her husband, while Josh is not convinced he wants to play the Untitled Groose Game. Anna Marie is warned off of spitting in Chris’s briefs and calling it rain, and somehow we manage to get through two weeks of news including two big presentations!
Josh is having an Ys-y time. Anna Marie ranks all the slime families. Robert gets notified every time google kills a product. And Chris tells everyone to blink on cue.
Anna Marie practices equal opportunity violence. Kelley fawns over Sidon Shark (do do do do). Robert is the destroyer of Vitas. Josh is stress. Chris does some Neo Vision shaming. And Alex wonders why he allows this podcast on the site.
Chris does an Xbox 180 while Josh steals Anna Marie’s needle. Robert gets the snotty kleenex award because he can’t figure out how to stream Suikoden. And Kelley is too busy fawning over Revali to notice.
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.
Anna Marie Privitere gets de-wormed but has to tell Chris to stop helping. Phil Willis is not at all biased about musous. Kelley Ryan is all about the DMCAs. But Alex Fuller saw all of this coming.
There’s one cat in the mouse, but five folks on the cast. Alex apologizes for rocks. Kelley learns things by watching mew. Chris is watching RPGmaniacs. Anna Marie has started embalming ship girls. And Pascal flips coins to decide whether or not to open a site indexing body mutilation in films.
We can’t believe we have to say this, but this week Chris tries to understand water vapor. Anna Marie takes a week off to go date some demons. Josh frequents a sex shop to pick up some weapons. Pascal starts vaping in his Xbox. And Robert and Kelley are testing the jiggle physics of sacks in World of Warcraft.
It’s Extra Life 2020. Chris is dying in Hades. Anna Marie thinks orange is pretty sus. Kelley can’t let go of Laharl. Josh is back on the Trails. And Alex is outta here to pursue his new racing career.
We’re rounding up two weeks of news with Robert, Kelley, Jonathan, Chris, and Anna Marie. Everything is delayed, so in response everything else is…also delayed…? Can we just cancel the rest of 2020 and skip right to next year, please?
The conflict in Erebonia is coming to its final climax, and the members of Class VII must step in once again to see their country safely through. Trails of Cold Steel IV is available now on PS4.
The fourth entry in the Cold Steel series has a lot to account for. Thankfully it pulls together almost all the dangling threads into one amazing tapestry.