Another Glimpse Of The Legends Of Heroes: Trails Of Blue Evolution

By Spencer . January 10, 2014 . 12:24am

Falcom, Chara-Ani, Patapon developer Pyramid, and Kadokawa Games are working together again to bring The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Blue from PSP to PlayStation Vita. This version has full voice acting for the main story, rearranged music, a new animated movie, refined graphics, and mini-games that make use of the Vita hardware.


The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Blue Evolution is slated for release in June 2014.

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  • lorelai4cuties

    it looks great

  • Adam Zaorski

    English version please, I’ll buy it day 1 just you lads translate it quick.

    • Mitsukiix

      ah yet another one that doesn’t know this is a sequel to zero no kiseki which is a sequel to sora no kiseki’s 3 games. oh and sen no kiseki is this games sequel. did i confuse you yet? :P

      • saxophone15

        Are the sora no kiseki games sequels to the trilogy before them? I’m just curious as I’ve been interested in this series but don’t know where to start.

        EDIT: I think I found the answer to my own question. It looks like the Sora no Kiseki games start a new story (correct me if I’m wrong).

        • 3PointDecoupage

          They do.

      • 3PointDecoupage

        Zero takes place in the same world and has some of the same characters, but it is its own game. You dont need to play Sky to understand it.
        Personally, I hope they skip Sky 3 and translate Zero.

        • MrTyrant

          Really? even if in Ao no Kiseki the characters from 3rd play a big role? one of the characters from Zero/Ao belong to dominion.

        • Juan Manuel M. Su├írez

          It’s all part of a saga, it’s all part of a grand plot. Skipping any of the entries is a terrible idea~.

        • rurifan

          Considering the Sora no Kiseki characters are part of the plot of Zero no Kiseki, you’d be ill served to skip ahead.

      • Slayven19

        Who said he didn’t know?

  • dahuuuundge

    When does preorder open? I must have my Kea Nendoroid!

    • Pyrofrost

      Still TBA, companies are still waiting for the go-ahead from manufacturers I assume.

  • Prinny Dood

    Man I bet you right know if I were japan all the games announce would be english only and they’ll take forever to announce localization, american gaming companies suck.

    • Kaetsu

      Since when do american companies suck? I know I tend to prefer games produced by Japanese studios doesn’t mean American studios can’t produce good games. Take a look at companies like Bioware, Rockstar, Naughty Dog, United Front Games, Eidos, e.t.c.

  • Raze

    I already played this along with Zero in PSP

    Is there anything new in this version except like the Zero Evo ver (Voice and Graph)?

    If not then I think I’ll not take this one….

  • FitzpatrickPhillips

    “Trails of Blue”
    Siliconera pls…

  • Anime10121

    I think the headline contains an error, its actually meant to say

    Another Glimpse Of The Legends Of Heroes Game You Will Never Get :(

  • rurifan

    I played the first one (Zero no Kiseki Evolution); it’s really nicely polished and I loved the full voice for events.

    But I was SO BORED of the game mid-way through. I had to force myself to grind through it and be done. There’s only one city, and all the characters are with you from the start (minus a few reoccurring guests). The plot is uniniteresting and there’s no reason to use most of the skills/magic.

    But compared to the technical mess of Sen no Kiseki, this sequel is starting to sound appealing…

    • dahuuuundge

      Have you played the previous Kiseki games? I absolutely love every moment in ZnK Evolution with call backs and references to events from the previous games. There’s references in places you wouldn’t expect. These references and foreshadowing all adds to the charm of the story.

      • rurifan

        I played the first Sora FC and part of SC, and yeah there were some back references to events I hadn’t played.

        I don’t disagree that dialog and characters were sometimes fun, but the gameplay, a hub city with generic quests, was extremely dull. You do nothing but unteresting police work almost the entire game.

        The 2 major dungeons are such a breath of fresh air, you realize how claustrophobically borng the rest of the game is.

        • dahuuuundge

          I do agree that ZnK lacks location variety compared to the various cities and tower dungeons you travel to in Liberl. Hopefully AnK lets you travel to more locations and dungeons.

          • MrTyrant

            Have you played the game? there are some few new locations, but it’s still crossbell city (I do love that new york 50′ style so much) however from chapter 3 to the end is a roller coaster of emotions because there are a looot of things that begin to happen. Also you get some kind of super “space” ship lol and fast travel everywhere.

            I think ZnK/Ao introduce a very interesting concept, instead of being typical adventurers you are part of the police, hell how many jrpg do that? very little, it’s logical that they stay in one place. At least you are still free to go to different towns.
            Sen no Kiseki doesn’t let you go anywhere, its just the school and the town the only places. In each chapter they divide the party and send you to another town to do some important missions (and you can do different sidequest) but those places are only available in that specific chapter only. However I do think they will allow us to freely travel in the next sen.

  • Ric Vazquez

    Need this game

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