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The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Review
Editor Dennis Rubinshteyn takes a look at Falcom's other flagship series.
03.29.11 - 9:32 PM

The first game in the Sora no Kiseki (Trails in the Sky) mini-trilogy, which is a part of Falcom's The Legend of Heroes series, was originally brought to PC back in 2004, and its PlayStation Portable port was released in Japan back in September... of 2006. Japan has seen the rest of the trilogy as well as another The Legend of Heroes installment, Zero no Kiseki since then.

Now thanks to XSEED Games, the first chapter of Trails in the Sky has finally made it into Western markets, with the rest of the trilogy to soon follow suit. Was it worth the four-and-a-half year wait? How does it set things up for what's still to come? Editor Dennis Rubinshteyn took a look at this anticipated title in order to answer these questions. Read on for his thoughts in his review below!


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