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Tagged: The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure
This week in Q&A Quest, we discuss our adventures in the Legend of Heroes series. We also discuss the impending release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Alex gets nine discs of Xenoblade soundtracks. Jason rewinds to heal. Phil tells us that Donatello is best turtle. And Chris shouts to make his problems go away.
With the recent releases of The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero and Trails to Azure, western RPGamers are finally able to experience the full story of Crossbell. Nihon Falcom’s examinations of the city state’s challenges makes it one the standout RPG settings.
RPGamer has more video reviews available to watch now. Our latest entries feature Chained Echoes, Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure, Theatrhythm Final Bar Line, 8-Bit Adventures 2, Persona 4 Golden, and Mato Anomalies.
Chris designs a new controller. Kelley kills Sonic. Jason replaces his records with cassette tapes.
The second half of the missing Crossbell arc has arrived, and the wait was absolutely worth it. Delivering on everything the first half served up with qualify of life improvements and a gripping story, every Trails fan will want to dive in immediately.
Josh is bringing Rabbids back. Also, RIP Kelley as her kitty goes on a rampage. Chris is a human in real life, but still has MMO sickness.
The second part of The Legend of Heroes’s Crossbell duology is coming west in March. Like its predecessor, Trails to Azure will be available on PC, PS4, and Switch.
Chris wonders if Pokémon is the future where the vegans win? Kelley just notices Josh’s discord avatar is Joshua. Josh asks, “What is a mana game, but a miserable pile of menus?”
NIS America released a new trailer and limited edition for The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure. The second part of the Crossbell duology will finally launch in the west early next year, following the first part’s release this September.
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.
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.