- Publisher: NIS America , Koei Tecmo Games
- Release Date: Mar 14, 2023
- Also On: PC, PlayStation 4
- Summary: Sandwiched between two great powers, the city of Crossbel is the place where the Uroboros group carry out their biggest and darkest schemes. A mysterious drug is spreading its poison across the city, the mafia and the mercenary groups seem to have a role in the crimes. Add a break down toSandwiched between two great powers, the city of Crossbel is the place where the Uroboros group carry out their biggest and darkest schemes. A mysterious drug is spreading its poison across the city, the mafia and the mercenary groups seem to have a role in the crimes. Add a break down to the political order to the mix, and you have complete chaos in your hands. The world becomes more real and the battles become more dangerous in Ao no Kiseki. Feel the rain patter on your skin and enemies creep up to you in the dark.… Expand
- Developer: Falcom
- Genre(s): Role-Playing, Japanese-Style
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure - Character Trailer
Positive: 9 out of 11
Mixed: 2 out of 11
Negative: 0 out of 11
Mar 7, 2023The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure stands comfortably alongside some of the greatest RPGs I’ve ever played and is an early Game of the Year contender. Fans of the genre definitely shouldn’t miss it.
Mar 13, 2023Just like Trails from Zero, The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure on Nintendo Switch is the gold standard of how an older game should be brought to Nintendo Switch. The improvements and upgrades over the PS4 version are massive, and PH3 took things a step further to even add options we'd usually see only in a PC release. The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero to Azure is an essential duology for every RPG fan on Nintendo Switch.
Mar 7, 2023The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Azure takes everything that’s excellent about Zero and runs a marathon with it. It’s one of the best-paced games in the series, with some of the best characters, best music, and easily the best setting. The Crossbell Arc is a hugely compelling two-parter that captures everything that makes the Trails series what it is perfectly, and Azure in particular deftly balances high-stakes drama, political intrigue, and poignant character moments. This is one Switch RPG we won't be feeling blue about anytime soon.
Mar 22, 2023The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure finishes filling in a critical gap in the series, and it does so with style. This twelve-year old game has been given a little extra spit polish in the transition to Switch, helping a great game shine its brightest. Taken together with Trails from Zero, this is one of the strongest RPG experiences you can get on the Nintendo Switch and is arguably still the high point of the Trails series today.
Mar 23, 2023The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure is a great turn-based JRPG that holds up exceptionally well against its modern competitors. The story and combat system are equally deep, allowing the game’s bigger moments to carry players through a fair amount of combat repetition and prolonged narrative dumps.
Mar 7, 2023An essential sequel for those who played Trails from Zero. The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure is charming despite the fact that it shows the passage of time in terms of graphics. Something that you won't notice once you dive back into the fantastic world and plot of this dilogy, accompanied by a combat that still feels stimulating.
Mar 7, 2023A somewhat fair version of the second part of a mythical JRPG. Its greatest virtue is that we can finally play it in our territory, but it would need more work to not feel so out of time.
Positive: 1 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
Mar 20, 2023Widely recognized as the peak of Trails series, and I couldn't agree more despite it not being my personal favorite (that would be Sky: SC)Widely recognized as the peak of Trails series, and I couldn't agree more despite it not being my personal favorite (that would be Sky: SC) because the writing is top-notch and the music is freaking DOPE.
Now, do you need to play the games before it (Sky Trilogy, Trails from Zero) to get the most out of it? Preferably, yes. But you should play those games anyway because those are also phenomenal games in their own right.… Expand
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