Eiyuu Densetsu Sora no Kiseki FC Evolution

Eiyuu Densetsu Sora no Kiseki FC Evolution

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Original Name  英雄伝説 空の軌跡 FC Evolution
Official Release Date Jun 11, 2015
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0006699972
Catalog No.  VLJS-05065
Item Code  4582350665062
Players  1


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

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terrysap (11) on 13, Nov. 2015 21:26 (HKT)
Great edition
I have played this RPG in the PC version (2003) and it's fantastic storyline... and I bought this edition knowing it's the best
I really recommend this to you guys...
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incognitus.me (3) on 22, Aug. 2015 02:50 (HKT)
Some major and minor changes.
Getting right to the meat of the game, Sora no Kiseki FC Evolution is a remaster of the original PSP and Windows game. Of the things remastered, the primary thing is texture resolution, lighting, fully voiced dialogue, and new portrait art for all of the characters.

The textures look amazing, along with the new lighting style. This is something I think everyone can get behind, but I'm sure it will put some people off. Colors are more distinct and crisp. Playing the Vita and PSP version side-by-side, one of the biggest differences is the lighting. Almost all of the textures are upgraded, but the lighting will really catch your eye. The game is a lot brighter than the original. I don't know if this is because of the PS Vita's screen or not, but I tend to think it's a much better looking game because of it.

They've added more combat turn bonuses. Zero Arts and Zero Crafts allows you to use a craft or art at a cost of 0 EP or CP respectively. They also added a Rush bonus that makes your first attack give a delay of 0, which means you can get a free turn right after.

Another addition to combat they've added is the ability to hit enemies before engaging them. Like a lot of games where you have to actually run into enemies to start a random battle, you can now press O to attack them. Hitting from the front immobilizes them, and hitting them from the back stuns them, granting bonus XP at the end of the fight.

My only gripe would be that I personally might hate Estelle's voice. Not because it's a bad voice actor, but because I hate the cutesy obnoxious female Japanese anime character voice acting style.

Something more hardcore players might dislike is the changes to combat, which I think will make the game overall a lot easier. I'm not far into it, but leveling will be faster cause of the 2x XP Bonus from stunned back attacks (which you can choose not to use), fights will be easier due to Zero Arts and Zero Crafts (free arts and free crafts are crazy), and Rush giving you free basic attacks.
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Hayato01 (501) on 31, Jul. 2015 01:01 (HKT)
Remaster of a great game
the difference between this and the previous versions, is that this one is now fully voiced on major scenarios, new visual arts, musics were fully arranged, and changes on the game balance
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incognitus.me (3) on 19, Jun. 2015 00:43 (HKT)
Hey, it's a remaster.
If you haven't played the original, Trails in the Sky is a sub-series in the Legend of Heroes series, featuring its own unique world and characters. It is a classic JRPG with a large focus on story and characters and turn-based combat. The combat is more of a mix of classic JRPG random encounters with some isometric strategy game elements.

The combat is enjoyable, it allows for decent customization for all of your characters, and it offers some pretty decent challenge. Characters have their own special abilities, and they have a orbments which allow you to equip various amounts of special orbs that give special abilities based on the elements of those orbs. Lots of mix and match opportunities.

As a JRPG, there is a lot of story focus. It follows Estelle Bright and Joshua Bright. It is slow to start, as you spend some time merely training to become a Bracer (mercenary organization). While you are doing these things, lots of side stories slowly begin to tie into the game, resulting in a plot against the throne, the disappearance of your father, some espionage, and some supernatural fun stuff.

If you have played the original, the differences will be immediately obvious. Most obviously, major dialogue sections are voiced, and the portrait art has been updated to a more modern art style. If they updated textures or in-game art, I can't tell, but I don't have an eye for that kind of thing to start with. They might have added side stuff later, but I haven't played it all yet.

So yeah, good game. Good rerelease.
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trunions (151) on 14, Jun. 2015 00:26 (HKT)
Great evolution of a great game.
If you liked the first Legend Of Heroes game then this evolution is a must have addition to your collection.
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