The long-awaited conclusion to the Crossbell arc features the return of the Special Support Section and ties into the Cold Steel series.
The action RPG focuses on Nayuta and his adventures with the fairy Noi. It features HD visuals, 60 FPS, new illustrations, and more.
The long-awaited follow-up to Trails of Cold Steel 4 releases on July 7th for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, and PC in the West.
Progress made in the demo transfers to the full game when it releases on April 4th for PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch in the West.
The action RPG will launch for Sony's current-gen console on May 9 in North America and on May 12 in Europe.
A new trailer showcases the improved resolution, and beautiful art style, along with the English voice-acting and localization.
New story trailer highlights different arcs for Rean Schwarzer, Lloyd Bannings, and C following the events of Trails of Cold Steel 4.
Only PS4 and PC players can access the VR content using head-mounted displays, though they can be played without VR enabled.
The native PS5 version includes 4K/60 FPS and 1080p/120 FPS modes, several cosmetic packs, and various graphical improvements.
NIS America is publishing and has a Special Edition on its online store for $69.99. It includes the Deluxe Edition, a two-disc soundtrack, and more.
The long-awaited English port of The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari no Kiseki is out next Summer for Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and PS5.
According to a blog post by NIS America, the next mainline Trails title will release "shortly after" Trails to Azure in the West.
Limited Edition also announced, which includes a hardcover art book, prequel novel, 200-piece puzzle, OST on CD, and more for $89.99.
The long-awaited finale to the Crossbell Arc arrives next year on March 14th in North America and March 17th in Europe.
Fixes for bugs and other issues with localization are also available. A new experimental "fast text speed" is also available on Steam.
Originally available only in Japan, the turn-based RPG has been fully localized into English while sporting improved visuals and quality of life features.
Falcom posts updated sales numbers ahead of the launch of The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki 2 -CRIMSON SiN- in Japan and Trails from Zero in the West.
The Crossbell saga finally comes West after almost 12 years since its original launch. If you're a fan of the series, it's a must-have title.
The remaster of Vanillaware's PS2 real-time strategy game will feature English and Japanese audio, an improved UI, and a new skill tree.
The showcase will also provide updates, followed by a post-show that dives deeper into upcoming titles that are launching soon.