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The Legend of Heroes
Genre(s)Role-playing video game
Developer(s)Nihon Falcom
Publisher(s)Nihon Falcom, Namco Bandai, Xseed Games, NIS America
Platform(s)PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows
First releaseDragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes
December 10, 1989
Latest releaseThe Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV
September 27, 2018

The Legend of Heroes[1] is a series of role-playing video games developed by Nihon Falcom. First starting as a part of the Dragon Slayer series in the late 1980s, the series evolved into its own decade-spanning, interconnected series comprising fourteen entries, encompassing multiple meta series within it as well. The most recent entry, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV, released in Japan on September 27, 2018.

  • 1History
  • Zero no Kiseki is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Falcom, which was released in Japan in 2010. The Legend of Heroes Zero no Kiseki PSP PPSSPP Android Aplikasi Pendukung Game The Legend of Heroes Zero no Kiseki PSP Iso Android.
  • The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki is a RPG game published by Nihon Falcom released on October 18, 2012 for the PlayStation Vita. English patch for this seems to be based on a later more fine-tuned version from the same team the leaked PSP patch is from.
  • The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki is a RPG game published by Falcom released on September 30, 2010 for the Sony PlayStation Portable. The 4th game in the Trails series of Legend of Heroes and the 1st game in the Crossbell arc.

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History[edit]

The first entry of the series was released in 1989 as Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes, and was part of Nihon Falcom's Dragon Slayer line of games. It was released for various computer platforms, as well as consoles such as the Mega Drive, Super Famicom, and the PC Engine. The PC Engine version would be the only version to be released in English, and the only Legend of Heroes title released in North America until 2005. Meanwhile, in Japan, the series continued with Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II, released in 1992 for a similar selection of platforms.

The Legend Of Heroes Zero No Kiseki English Patch Download

The Legend Of Heroes Zero No Kiseki English Patch Download

Subsequent games in the series dropped 'Dragon Slayer' from the title. The Legend of Heroes III, The Legend of Heroes IV, and The Legend of Heroes V comprised the 'Gagharv trilogy', a set of connected games taking place in the same world.

After the conclusion of the Gagharv trilogy, Falcom introduced a completely new world and story with their next game in the series: The Legend of Heroes VI: Trails in the Sky, which would later receive 2 sequels: Trails in the Sky SC (where SC stands for Second Chapter) and Trails in the Sky The 3rd. This trilogy of games makes up the first arc of a new subseries: the Trails / Kiseki series.[2] This series would end up becoming a major IP for Falcom, spanning multiple story arcs set in the same fictional world, each of those arcs consisting of several games.

Falcom switched to a duology for the next arc in the Trails series, consisting of The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki in 2010, and The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki in 2011. These 2 games were met with critical acclaim in Japan and Asia, winning multiple awards.[3][4]

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After that, the company moved on to the Trails of Cold Steel arc / subseries, releasing the first title in 2013,[5] the second in 2014, the third in 2017, and the fourth and final title in 2018.[6]

While initially having an inconsistent record with English language releases, by 2017, nine of the thirteen titles had been localized. English releases include the original title by Falcom themselves, the Gagharv trilogy by Namco Bandai, and the Trails in the Sky trilogy and first two titles of the Trails of Cold Steel series by Xseed Games.[7]

Main games[edit]

Sub-seriesOriginal nameOriginal releaseEnglish nameEnglish releaseNotes
Dragon SlayerDragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes1989Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes1992The first game in The Legend of Heroes series, the sixth subseries of the Dragon Slayer series.
Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II1992Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes IIN/AThe second game in the Legend of Heroes series, the last to have the Dragon Slayer moniker, and still unreleased in English territories.
Gagharv trilogyThe Legend of Heroes III: Shiroki Majo1994The Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch2006The third Legend of Heroes game and first of the Gagharv trilogy. It was re-numbered as II for the English release.
The Legend of Heroes IV: Akai Shizuku1996The Legend of Heroes: A Tear of Vermillion2005The fourth game in the Legend of Heroes series, and the second in the Gagharv trilogy. For its English release, all numbering was removed, making it appear to be the first game in the trilogy.
The Legend of Heroes V: Umi no Oriuta1999The Legend of Heroes III: Song of the Ocean2007The fifth game in the Legend of Heroes series and third and last of the Gagharv trilogy. It was renumbered as III for the English release.
Trails in the SkyThe Legend of Heroes VI: Sora no Kiseki2004The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky2011The sixth game in the Legend of Heroes series and the first game of the Trails in the Sky trilogy. Japanese re-releases grant it the extended title of Sora no Kiseki FC and drop the 'VI' numeral.
The Legend of Heroes: Sora no Kiseki SC2006The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky SC[8]2015The second part of the Sky trilogy
The Legend of Heroes: Sora no Kiseki the 3rd2007The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd[8]2017The final part of the Trails in the Sky trilogy
TrailsCrossbell arcThe Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki2010The Legend of Heroes: Trails of ZeroN/AThe first part of the second arc in the Trails series, also known as the Crossbell arc
The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki2011[9]The Legend of Heroes: Trails of AzureN/AThe second part of the second arc in the Trails series, also known as the Crossbell arc
Trails of Cold SteelThe Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki2013The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel2015The first Trails of Cold Steel game
The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki II2014[10]The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II2016The second Trails of Cold Steel game
The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki III2017The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III2019The third Trails of Cold Steel game
The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki IV -The End of Saga-2018The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IVN/AThe final Trails of Cold Steel game

Spinoff games[edit]

Original nameOriginal releaseEnglish nameEnglish releaseNotes
Ys vs. Sora no Kiseki: Alternative Saga2010N/AN/AA fighting game crossover containing characters from the Trails and Ys series, both Falcom franchises.
Nayuta no Kiseki2012N/AN/AA standalone action RPG set in an entirely different world from the main Trails/Kiseki series.
The Legend of Heroes: Akatsuki no Kiseki2016N/AN/AAn online game developed by UserJoy Technology under licence from Falcom, it takes place in Liberl, Crossbell, and Remiferia, and includes some characters from earlier Trails games.

Manga and anime[edit]

A Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroesoriginal video animationanime was released in 1992, the same year that Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II was released, loosely based on the story of the first game.[11] In 1997, it was dubbed into English by Urban Vision and was released onto VHS in North America. The English dub has yet to be released on DVD.

In 2009, three volumes of a Sora no Kiseki (Trails in the Sky) manga were published in Japan by Kadokawa Shoten, followed the next year by a sequel Zero no Kiseki - Pre-Story - Shinpan no Yubiwa, published by ASCII Media Works. Two original video animation anime episodes of Sora no Kiseki were released on October 10, 2011 and January 28, 2012 respectively.[12]

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References[edit]

  1. ^The Legend of Heroes (英雄伝説Eiyū Densetsu)
  2. ^Trails (軌跡Kiseki)
  3. ^'Japan Game Awards 2011 > PRESS RELEASE'.
  4. ^https://www.jp.playstation.com/info/release/nr_20111205_psawards2011.html
  5. ^Spencer (19 February 2013). 'Meet The Characters In The Legend Of Heroes: Trails In The Flash'. Siliconera. Retrieved September 14, 2013.
  6. ^https://gematsu.com/2018/10/media-create-sales-9-24-18-9-30-18
  7. ^Feature: Xseed on the Trails series
  8. ^ abSpencer (December 27, 2011). 'The Legend Of The Heroes: Trails In The Sky Series Soaring To Smartphones… In English!'. Siliconera. Retrieved September 14, 2013.
  9. ^Spencer (March 22, 2011). 'The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Azure, The Sequel To Zero No Kiseki, Hits PSP This Fall'. Siliconera. Retrieved September 14, 2013.
  10. ^2014-04-08, The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki II dated in Japan, Gematsu
  11. ^Marshall, Marc (August 16, 2011). 'Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes'. Akemi's Anime World. Retrieved September 14, 2013.
  12. ^'Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Anime #2 Teaser Posted'. Anime News Network. December 12, 2011. Retrieved September 14, 2013.

External links[edit]

  • Falcom's official website(in Japanese)
  • Falcom's official Trails series website(in Japanese)


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