Eiyuu Densetsu games (The Legend of Heroes) continues with Zero no Kiseki.
The game is a direct sequel to Eiyuu Densetsu: Sora no Kiseki the 3rd and takes place several months after the events in that game.
The struggles between the empire and the Republic is not quite over, this time, the stage will be set in Crossbel, the center of commerce and intrigue. In this city, a group of special investigators compete with the Blazers as the people's saviors. Estelle and Joshua and others will make an appearance, so if you adore the earlier installments, you have to see the new character developments here.
The new AT Battles get more exciting than ever. There are new arts, ambush, direct hit and other attack strategies on the field. Listen to the battle cries and other dialogue by the various famous seiyuus such as Kakihara Tetsuya and Endo Aya.
There are more to the game than main quests, you can fish at the rivers, cook and place bets at the casinos. Zero no Kiseki is a game no fan of JRPGs could miss.
The first version was released for Playstation Portable. After that, a PC version was developed and released in China.
The graphics was improved and the game has mouse support in this version of the game along with being fully translated into the Chinese language.
It also came with a special limited edition which comes bundled with a Lloyd Bannings figurine, an artwork of the main characters over the map of the Zemuria continent, a replica of Guy's dogtag, a replica of Wazy's pendant, a notebook with a Crossbell Police Department badge on its cover, playing cards designed with characters from Zero no Kiseki and other Falcom series like Zweii!, Gurumin, and Vantage Master, a strap and cloth phone case designed with Mishie (a mascot from the game), a strategy and artbook of the game, and 6 editions (Lloyd, Tio, Elie, Randy, Black, and White editions) music CD soundtracks.
Nihon Falcom also released a Japanese edition for PC.
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- Nihon Falcom
- Nihon Falcom
- JP Release Date
- June 14, 2013
- CERO Rating
- MVGL User Score
- 8.7 by 9 User(s)
- MVGL Difficulty Rating
- Medium by 4 User(s)
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