The Legend Of Heroes: Trails Of Blue Evolution’s Four Editions Priced

By Spencer . December 27, 2013 . 1:20am

Falcom, Chara-Ani, and Patapon developer Pyramid are making an enhanced port of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Blue for PlayStation Vita. The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Blue Evolution will cost 4,800 yen ($46) on PlayStation Network or 5,800 yen ($55) for a retail copy.


There are also two different box sets with different figures. The 7,800 yen ($74) limited edition package includes the game, a mini drama CD, a Lloyd figure and a Tio figure. Elie, KeA, and Randy figures are part of the 9,800 yen ($93) Chara-Ani box set which also includes a drama CD and soundtrack along with the game.


Like Trails of Zero Evolution, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Blue Evolution will be published by Kadokawa Games in Japan and it is slated for release in June 2014. In the mean time, you can get Trails of Zero Evolution for 2,940 yen ($28) on Japan’s PlayStation Store between January 9 and January 29.


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  • Tatsuya Fabre

    Damn, can’t wait… Was that something about Zero Evo clear data? Anyone know what gets transferred?

    • MrTyrant

      Obviously your levels, quartz and equipment. Also your relantionship points and all the decisions with your ranks. For example I invited Tio to the party in Zero and for Ao no Kiseki she remember that you did that.

  • Ric Vazquez


    • Lalum

      It would be faster to just learn Japanese.

      • rpgmaniac

        So true we stuck with FC for almost 3 years now localization is so damn slow… if XSEED need 3 years to localize each game then we wont play this before 2020 lol… as for Sen no Kiseki it would be much faster to just learn Japanese as u said.

      • dahuuuundge

        agreed. It takes me at most 3 years of learning Japanese to be able to understand almost everything in Zero no Kiseki Evolution.

      • Ric Vazquez

        I already know enough oral japanese, been studying it for a year now, I just can’t seem to get on the hiragana/katakana/kanji train.

  • Masa

    As a huge rpg fan these games look so damn amazing, i still havent picked up trails in the sky yet as i heard it was coming to pc in English, hope its good.

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