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Eiyuu Densetsu: Sen no Kiseki

Eiyuu Densetsu: Sen no Kiseki

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Legend of the Heroes: Sen no Kiseki (Eiyuu densetsu: Sen no Kiseki) is another anticipated chapter in one of the most celebrated and well-established RPG series in the history of video gaming. Connected to the previous “Trails in the Sky trilogy”, Sen No Kiseki features a unique strategic battle system known as the "Tactic Link System." Combat will speed up through an intuitive, command-based battle system with an emphasis on character bonds; the stronger the bond, the higher the chance for a critical destruction. The game also boasts the "Active Voice," in which the cast will voice dialogue in more scenes including movement, in-town scenes, and conversations and the "360-Degree Free Camera," in which players can freely control the camera across the map in 360 degrees. A highly acclaimed soundtrack from the renowned Falcom Sound Team JDK will definitely set the mood for this moving tale that spans over 50 hours of thrilling gameplay.

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Original Name  英雄伝説 閃の軌跡 (通常版)
Official Release Date Sep 26, 2013
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0004737288
Catalog No.  BLJM-61059
Item Code  4956027125997
Players  1


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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:48

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anu.blitz (143) on 19, Oct. 2016 08:27 (HKT)
Jrpg for fan to collection.
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Quentin D. Skylar (67) on 29, Aug. 2016 19:44 (HKT)
oh yeah..
i will not talk about game or gameplay.. but this limited edition has something unexpected.. a pin inside.. art book also great.. i was just really happy when I saw a pin inside..
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hentaika444 (8) on 12, Jul. 2016 10:39 (HKT)
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One of the best jrpg on vita, good characters and story.
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deusanima (17) on 12, Jul. 2016 09:00 (HKT)
A fantastic JRPG
This game is long, very long which is not often the case for Vita titles. For this I was very pleased.

The music is wonderful, I want to try and track down the OST and there is a large and varied cast of characters with a great amount of depth written into them.

The visual aesthetic is wonderful and makes full use of the vita where appropriate - a fine example of aesthetic over graphics.

Highly Recommended
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weihan.liang (3) on 05, Jul. 2016 06:10 (HKT)
A long game but an utterly AMAZING one
Ok. Finished Trails of Cold Steel. What a goddamn ride from start to finish and there's still Cold Steel 2 coming out in a few months. The story started out with a bang and then went on to tell the events of the past. Some bits were a tad cliched but they worked out wonderfully in the end. Everything felt natural and didn't seem forced with developments or characterization. The enemies were delightfully varied though there were a few palette swaps but posed enough of a challenge that I saw a Game Over screen more than once.

The voice work and music were amazing as well. I am going to buy the soundtrack and get the songs I don't have because the music is just such a great part of the atmosphere. Everything is just amazing and I hope the sequel delivers on this front as well.

Graphically it looks amazing. Only very slight frame rate drops near the middle and end but that's due to the events. Incredible animation of the attacks, Arts, Crafts and S Crafts as well. Character design is amazing as well and there's just enough variation in the NPCs to make them all look unique. That boss battle at the end of the Old Schoolhouse on the Final Chapter though...that made me amazed at how much processing power is actually packed in the Vita.

Locations are also very well designed from Heimdallr to Celdic and the gothic majesty of Lohengrin Castle in Legram. Thors Academy and Trista aren't too shabby either but they're (IMO) kinda generic compared to Roer or even the vast plains of Nord.

I wholeheartedly recommend this game to everyone remotely interested in JRPGs, story enthusiasts, and games that take more than 72 hours to complete (75 hours for me, minus most of the fishing, book and item set side quests).

Final Rating: 10/10
Game: Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel
System: PSVita
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