Falcom has shared the new The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki opening movie, showing off the game’s cast and its theme song.
Featured in the new The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki opening movie is the theme song “The End of the Nameless Nightmare,” performed by Falcom’s in-house band, the Falcom jdk BAND.
Here’s the new opening movie:
In case you missed it, you can read up on the game’s main characters, story, combat, world, and more here in our previous report.
Here’s a rundown on the game:
A completely new title in the series to commemorate Nihon Falcom’s 40th anniversary!
The “Trajectory” series of story RPGs has received high praise for its character portrayal and epic storyline. The story RPG “Trajectory” series has received high praise for its character portrayal and epic storyline, and has sold over 5.5 million copies in total.
With a completely new setting and characters, the second half of the series is set to begin! The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Dawn”, a commemorative title for the 40th anniversary of Nihon Falcom, will be released as a PlayStation 4 title on September 30, 2021.
All-new characters and setting! A new story will unfold with the backstage solver (Spriggan) as the main character! The story takes place in the Republic of Calvados, in the eastern part of the Zemuria continent, which has not been revealed in the previous games in the series. The story is set in the eastern part of the Zemuria continent, the Republic of Calvado, which has never been revealed in the series.
- A new “trajectory” story will be depicted with new characters.
- Seamless “Trajectory” series battles have evolved! The graphics have been enhanced with the new engine.
- The graphics have been enhanced with the use of a new engine, and the system has evolved and developed to seamlessly switch from field battles to command-type battles.
- Evolution and development! In addition to making field movement and battles more enjoyable, the new graphics are enhanced by the use of Nihon Falcom’s unique new engine.
- In addition to making field movement and battles more enjoyable, the game’s graphics have been greatly enhanced through the use of a new proprietary engine.
The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki is launching for PlayStation 4 on September 30th in Japan.
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