The coup d'état that threatened to shake the foundation of the Liberl Kingdom has now come to a close and Her Majesty the Queen's birthday celebrations are in full swing throughout the streets of Grancel. During that same night, a boy who vowed to make amends for his past disappeared beforeThe coup d'état that threatened to shake the foundation of the Liberl Kingdom has now come to a close and Her Majesty the Queen's birthday celebrations are in full swing throughout the streets of Grancel. During that same night, a boy who vowed to make amends for his past disappeared before the girl he loved. Clutched in the girl's hand was the one thing he left for her to remember him by: a harmonica. Now her journey to find him begins
The Legend of Heroes Series Continues
The tale of Estelle and Joshua concludes in this engaging narrative twice the size of its predecessor. Partner up with either Schera or Agate on over 70 hours of core gameplay to thwart the growing evil that threatens Liberl.
An Immersive Adventure
The meticulously detailed land of Liberl awaits your return with new quests, new mini-games, new collectibles, and new and familiar locations to explore populated by hundreds of unique NPCs with their own stories to tell.
Expanded Combat System
The series' staple strategic turn-based system with unmatchable customization has been taken even further with all new arts, crafts, upgraded orbments, and combo attacks.
Falcom's celebrated Sound Team jdk returns with 44 tracks to underscore the tumultuous resolution of one of the most moving and expansive JRPGs ever created.
The Hunter of Love
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The Legend of Heroes: Trails in The Sky SC - Launch Trailer
Nov 20, 2015Though it’s technically a 9-year-old game, it feels far older, stuck in many of the conventions other RPGs from around the world have already moved past. If you have to see how the story ends, it’s worth seeing through, but everyone else should look for something else to spend this much time with.
Positive: 2 out of 2
Mixed: 0 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
Nov 28, 2015This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. One of the best games, I have played in a while. Like most great novels, it has a slow beginning and an excellent middle and ending. I have loved every second of this game from the villains who are not one dimensional villains with interesting motivations. They interact well with their rivals to the Big Bad, who is the most twisted villain, yet the most interesting I have seen in a while. People say it is another game about saving the world. I can say about that with most games including my favourite Suikoden 1-5, the most acclaimed Chrono Trigger, Lunar, every FF. The consequences can actually be felt here, though since chapter 8 you actually have to be really intelligent and know which character you can trust with the equipment in order to use orbment. It makes certain quests difficult, yet that is the fun of this game.
The NPCs feel more like humans than most games nowadays. Yes they give long speeches, but it feels nice when you transfer they say stuff like "oh Hi, thanks for... It was great, if I have a problem, I will let the guild know. Also, for your troubles here is..." This is one of the rare forms of communications that makes a town feel alive. There are loads of minigames with cooking being actually useful in battle and out of battle.
It is impossible to highly recommend this game since there is no better word than highly recommend. It is phenomenal. Please try it.… Expand
Nov 13, 2015If you like traditional turn based JRPGs, this game is the best.
The story, characters, music and most noticeably the world is simplyIf you like traditional turn based JRPGs, this game is the best.
The story, characters, music and most noticeably the world is simply unmatched.
While I think Sky FC is already comparable to classics like FF6, 7, Chrono Trigger, Lunar: Eternal Blue... Sky SC surpasses that tier and set new heights on the genre.
What makes this series so special? Well, the quality of its writing and also the sheer depth and volume of it. For example, each town NPC is handcrafted and their dialogues change as the story goes on, which makes the world feel alive. Many of them have their own story arcs or running gags that will make you want to talk to them for what they will say instead of purely for completionist purposes. Now, if they bother to give this much attention to random NPCs, you can expect an unprecedented level of detail for the main cast and story that puts even visual novels to shame.
I strongly suggest playing through FC before this, otherwise you will be kind of lost in the story.
This review is copy and pasted from my review on the PC version. Please note here that the PC version is overall the better experience because it can be updated and patched for translation errors, and it has better graphics.… Expand
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