The Legend of Heroes Trails in the Sky USA PSP-BAHAMUT

Posted by on Apr 2nd, 2011, at 7:23 am in Games,PSP.

Here we have another PSP game release from the group “BAHAMUT” if your a lover of this series, you best get your psp charged and your gaming hands ready!!!

The_Legend_of_Heroes_Trails_in_the_Sky_USA_PSP-BAHAMUT PosterGenre: RPG
Release Date: March 29, 2011
Platforms: Windows | PlayStation Portable
Gameplay Modes: Single-player
Developer: Nihon Falcom
Ratings: Metacritic: 9.2 (2 critics)

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1 CD | 878 MB | b-lohu
Region: USA

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Description: The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky is the first of a new trilogy in the established The Legend of Heroes RPG series. What they might not know (yet) is that Falcom has a second flagship series that is even more popular in Japan and Asia…

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…generally, this being Legend of Heroes. The series began as an offshoot of Dragon Slayer, a massive franchise that includes Xanadu, Drasle Family and the original Sorcerian, all of which had English releases in one form or another. Legend of Heroes began as the sixth Dragon Slayer game but has since become a franchise of its own. The third through fifth games were ported to the PSP and localized by Bandai, though anyone who has played those games should NOT assume that they’re representative of what a LoH game should be. The poor localization ruined the best part of those games: the characters and story. Fortunately for us all, XSEED has done right by this franchise and given the first game in the Kiseki/Trails franchise the localization it deserves.

Oh yes, make no mistake that this is a franchise within a franchise. The four (soon to be five) games in this saga are among Falcom’s most popular, so much so that the most recent game sold out on preorders before its release date and Falcom announced an early stock price increase based on that success. The fifth game is expected to do just as well and in the meanwhile Interwise is going to the effort of producing a high-definition PC version of the fourth game for Chinese gamers.

So, what do gamers in Japan and China know that gamers overseas don’t yet? Simply that these are without hyperbole some of the best RPGs you’ll ever play and take place in what might be the most intricately detailed world to ever appear in a video game. This title takes place entirely in Liberl kingdom but don’t let that put you off. Most RPG kingdoms have a city, maybe a town or two and no particular reason for existing aside to give mapmakers something to fill in the blanks. Every city in Liberl exists for a reason and every person has a reason for living there. This is quite simply a dream game for anyone who wants to really get sucked into a world.

One reason this game has resisted translation for so long is the sheer size of the script: Over 1.5 million characters in Japanese. Your typical Final Fantasy game doesn’t even have half that. With a script that size, this game is very dialogue-heavy. While a lot of text goes into the main story, there are also a huge number of variant lines for NPCs, giving the player the sense of existing in a real and evolving world. The prologue alone has about ten different sets of dialogue for its NPCs and I encourage everyone to go and see all those variants. Not only will you learn more about the world and its inhabitants but you never know when someone will have a quest or an item, most of which are extremely time-limited.

As you might gather from the above, this game focuses very heavily on the story but that doesn’t mean the gameplay is neglected. Battles are fought on a grid, all eight characters have a unique mix of Crafts and the Orbment system allows you a measure of customization. One feature of particular note is the S-Break. When you have 100 CP or more, you gain access to powerfu S-Crafts (not all of which are offensive but all of which are useful) and you can trigger them at any time, even during an enemy turn. Doing so allows you to interrupt the turn order and provides many potential advantages. Later games in the series add even more features so if you like the system here you’ll love the later games.

As anyone who’s played the Ys games knows, Falcom does good music. Really really good music. This game is absolutely no exception. When multiple fan contests on both sides of the Pacific decide that a song from this game should occupy the #1 slot, that should tell you something. As good as Silver Will is, the rest of the soundtrack more than manages to keep up.

Being a Legend of Heroes game, the plot and characters are the heart of the game and XSEED’s translation delivers both with all the emotion they should be presented with. Rather than sing their praises I encourage everyone to check it out for themselves. The beginning is a little slow but once you get to Chapter 2 you’ll be hooked. These are not cookie-cutter characters (and if you try to mentally place them in a box, they’ll probably jump out and stomp the box) and the plot has some amazing developments, especially at the end. When the credits roll, you’ll find yourself hoping for the second game to be released yesterday. It will be a massive undertaking and I wish XSEED all the best. When you get to the end I’m sure you will too. In closing, I have three words to say about Trails in the Sky: Believe the hype.

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Features:
β€’After a brief hiatus since its last release in January 2007, this latest The Legend of Heroes title kicks off a new trilogy and brings this innovative RPG series to new heights.
β€’Dynamic and Unique Strategic Combat System
β€’The Biggest Adventure to Ever Appear on a Handheld System
β€’Another highly-acclaimed soundtrack from the renowned music department at development house Falcom, 57 original tracks set the mood for this moving tale.

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