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Feb 14, 2016 9:51 AM

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Eiyuu Densetsu: Kiseki (engl. Legend of Heroes: Trails) is a subseries of the "The Legend of Heroes", which is a turn-based JRPG franchise from Nihon Falcom.

The Kiseki games take Place on the Continent of Zemuria, and consists of the following games:

The Liberl games:
-Sora no Kiseki FC (Trails in the Sky FC)
-Sora no Kiseki SC (Trails in the Sky SC)
-Sora no Kiseki 3rd (Trails in the Sky 3rd)

Those Games are the first games in the Series and are set in the Kingdom of Liberl. The First 2 Games tell the Story of Estelle Bright and Joshua Bright. The 3rd game connects the Sora duology to the rest of the Series.
At the moment, all 3 games are available in english.

The Crossbell Games:
-Zero no Kiseki
-Ao no Kiseki

Those follow after the Sora games in the Timeline, and are set in Crossbell. It follows the Story of the Police Special Support Section (SSS).
Those Games aren't localized yet. Fantranslations are in the works.

The Erebonia Games:
-Sen no Kiseki I (Trails of Cold Steel I)
-Sen no Kiseki II (Trails of Cold Steel II)
-Sen no Kiseki III (Trails of Cold Steel III)

Those Games take Place in Erebonia and are set in the same Time as the Crossbell Games. It Follows Rean Schwarzer, a new Student at Thors Academy. The first and second game are localized, while the 3rd is to be localized.

For more Information about that Availability of the Games, please check This Thread.

Now You may ask, what makes the games so special? For that i will paste a part of a review
What makes Trails special is its meticulous attention to detail regarding every part of its game world. It's the epitome of world-building. Every NPC in every town has a name and a personality. Their dialogue changes after every major plot event and while playing through a chapter, you can find several mini-stories going on on the side. Every town has a history and economy there's just tons of little tidbits to find. Even every treasure chest is unique when you check its contents twice.

If you take the time to truly explore and discover the game world, you'll probably grow to love this game to death and will be in physical need of its sequel.

If you value instant gratification then this game is not for you.

If you like JRPG's and aren't afraid to spend your time talking to every NPC and exploring a living, breathing game world with characters who'll almost certainly grow on you, get this game RIGHT NOW!

The amount of Detail in the Games is amazing. The World is Logical, The NPCs feel alive by having their own Stories, and more!

Note: This thread was based on This Thread on nichegamer.
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Feb 20, 2016 7:07 PM