|Game Name:||The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki|
|Original Title:||英雄伝説 零の軌跡|
The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki is a RPG video game published by Falcom released on September 30, 2010 for the PlayStation Portable.
The 4th game in the Trails series of Legend of Heroes and the 1st game in the Crossbell arc.
The city of Crossbell is a crossroads of sorts between the Erebonian Empire, the Liberl Kingdom, and the Calvard Republic geographically, causing it to become a central hub of trade for the continent of Zemuria.
This part of the saga stars a young new recruit to the police force named Lloyd Bannings, who gets assigned to the Special Support Section (SSS), and he and his gang pretty much does tasks that the police neither has the time or the will to do.
Pretty similar to a Bracer guild in functionality, right?
Gameplay for the most part is identical to the Trails in the Sky subseries since release wise, this is the sequel to the three chapters.
Chronologically this occurs right after the Liberl arc from Trails in the Sky and concurrently with the Erebonian arc from Trails of Cold Steel as both the Special Support Section and Class VII (Cold Steel’s protagonist group) are established on the same year.
Okay to make things clear first. This is a leaked “beta” English patch from the old translation team. No one on the team released it intentionally.
And it’s an early version of their “finished work”.
What is important is this is 100% translated with a few grammar errors and typos here and there that only fluent English speakers would notice.
The script is kinda unpolished but readable to understand the story.
If you can ignore the flaws, you can play the game in full English.
The new translators are doing their own patch to have a better quality translation. And there is no “release date” so don’t rush them like an ungrateful bastard.
Other than that, enjoy the game.