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.
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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.
Nayuta no Kiseki Kai has a release date for PlayStation 4 in Japan. The game was originally released on the PlayStation Portable in 2012.
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.
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.
Nihon Falcom is continuing to churn out The Legend of Heroes titles. The next game is titled Kuro no Kiseki and takes the series to the Republic of Calvard.
The Legend of Heroes spin-off Nayuta no Kiseki is heading to PS4 in Japan. The game originally launched on PSP back in 2012.
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.
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.
Nihon Falcom released the opening movie for its latest The Legend of Heroes title, Hajimari no Kiseki. The developer also provided new screenshots showing more returning characters and some additional side content.
A new update for Hajimari no Kiseki focuses on some more returning characters. The title will also feature the return of the Who Wants to Be a Mirannaire? mini-game.
A new trailer for Trails of Cold Steel IV shows some returning characters from Liberl and Crossbell. Viewers should beware of potential spoilers for the games in both of those arcs.
Our latest video content offers an audio-visual version of Anna Marie Privitere’s Deep Look for Trails of Cold Steel III. She reports on how the new Switch version of the game holds up.
The Legends of Heroes series makes its debut on Switch with Trails of Cold Steel III. Should anyone wish to learn more about the game or the Switch port, we’re not short on things to read.
Trails of Cold Steel III gives RPGamers their first chance to play the series on Nintendo Switch. Anna Marie Privitere finds out how the Switch version of the game holds up in comparison to its original PS4 release.
Nihon Falcom has released a three-minute trailer for The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari no Kiseki. The developer also provided details on the game’s True Reverie Corridor dungeon and Magical Girl Alisa RS spin-off mini-game.
The conclusion of the Erebonian saga has a western release date. NIS America revealed that Trails of Cold Steel IV will launch on PS4 this October.