Liz Maas
The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution Gallery Added
Plus some details and a trailer for the whole works.
02.11.12 - 5:37 PM

The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution, the PlayStation Vita version of the 2010 PSP title which follows the Sora no Kiseki (Trails in the Sky) trilogy, was initially announced with its big feature being that the story is now fully voiced. But there's a lot more being added, as Dengeki PlayStation revealed this week, and was detailed in a Falcom press conference.

Aside from the voice acting (which spans 157 characters and 20,000 voice patterns, a Falcom record), Zero no Kiseki Evolution will also feature 74 re-arranged or re-recorded music tracks (including a re-recorded version of the game's theme song, Way of Life), a new opening animation and other movies, graphical tweaks, new subquests and minigames, and Vita touch controls for the menus.

Below is the game's PV.

You can also find the brand-new gallery below. The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution will release this summer in Japan at retail for 6040 yen ($78.75 US), and its downloadable version will cost 5040 yen ($65.71). Alternatively, if you never imported The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki, last year's PSP title which came after Zero, a free demo is now available on the Japanese PlayStation Store.


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