Zero No Kiseki Leads Falcom To A Trail Of Profit

By Spencer . September 13, 2010 . 10:04am

imageSales of The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki are so strong Falcom is sharing their spoils with shareholders. The board of directors announced a one time The Legend of the Heroes: Zero no Kiseki commemorative dividend worth 200 yen for each share of Falcom stock.

Falcom’s originally budgeted a yearly dividend of 300 yen, the same as last year. The total dividend per share this year is 500 yen ($6), 66% more thanks to Zero no Kiseki.


The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki comes out on September 30 in Japan.

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  • Wow when will we get to enjoy the Legend of Heroes again? I loved the first one in the Gagharv Trilogy, years ago.

    • jarrodand

      XSEED’s bringing over the Sora no Kiseki trilogy next year (as Trails of the Sky). No telling if it actually happens, XSEED doesn’t seem to be the most financially stable publisher (they’re owned by AQi) and the American PSP software market isn’t exactly healthy, but that the plan for now at least.

  • malek86

    I guess things are going well for them.

  • kupomogli

    It’s not out yet but they assume that the sales are going to be good. Let’s just hope it does as well as they think.

    • MoonlitNights0S

      They’re not assuming. They know it’s strong due to the amount of prorders for the game.

  • shion16

    Its falcom
    Their games are at the same level than dragon quest or legend of zelda

  • godmars

    Quick, buy me a 1000 shares!

  • And it will do rhe same to xseed if they localize this!

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