Kevin Graham in The Legend of Heroes Kai no Kiseki
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Trails in the Sky’s Kevin Graham Will Return in Kai no Kiseki

Nihon Falcom has revealed numerous series characters who will re-appear in The Legend of Heroes: Kai no Kiseki. One of them will be Kevin Graham, who was a key character in the Trails in the Sky series.

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Kevin initially appeared in Trails in the Sky SC, the second overall series entry. However, he gained prominence as the main protagonist of the direct sequel, Trails in the Sky the 3rd. The last entry where Kevin made a direct appearance before this game was Trails to Azure, which was released in Japan in 2011 but only had its official English localization released in 2023.

However, while revealing the character’s return, Nihon Falcom also announced a change in his Japanese voice actor. Ryohei Nakao used to voice Kevin Graham in Trails to Azure and the Sky entries. He will not reprise the role, as the company confirmed Kazuyuki Okitsu as his new voice actor.

Kevin Graham is not the only character featured in this update. Nihon Falcom also confirmed the return of Rufus Albarea from the Trails of Cold Steel series. Kai no Kiseki will also feature Lapis Rosenberg, Swin Abel, and Nadia Rayne from Trails into Reverie, as well as Van Arkride’s childhood friends Elaine Auclair and Rene Kincaid from the Trails through Daybreak series.

Nihon Falcom has also published a new web commercial video for Kai no Kiseki on its YouTube channel. This trailer shows even more characters who will appear in the series’ latest entry, including the Trails of Cold Steel main characters Fie Claussell and Rean Schwarzer.

The Legend of Heroes: Kai no Kiseki -Farewell, O Zemuria- will be available for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 first in Japan on September 26, 2024.

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