The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie ‘Features’ trailer

NIS America has released a new trailer for The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie introducing the True Reverie Corridor, which allows you to encounter and recruit familiar faces from across Zemuria, enter randomly generated dungeons to test your mettle, and play a variety of mini games.

GoodGuy09165d ago

Can't wait. It's been way too long lol.

shinoff2183165d ago

Man I gotta catch up. I got the two newest ones, then i still gotta track down reasonable cold steel series ones, all 4. Fantastic games. If i had one complaint it's that nothing is searchable but that's an issue with alot of jrpgs these days. One thing I like to do back in the day was searching everything. Tables, dressers, bookshelves, etc.

Nyxus164d ago

Yeah I'm still catching up as well. So far I've played Cold Steel I and II (on Vita), and I already bought III and IV for PS4, as well as Trails from Zero.


The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie Review [Capsule Computers]

Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes:

"When someone talks about a piece of media being basically impenetrable to newcomers, usually it involves a movie or book that is part of a long running series. That generally doesn’t happen when it comes to video games but if there was ever a game that would serve as the benchmark for continuous storytelling, it is The Legend of Heroes. For the most part, previous entries in the franchise may have been a way to step into the series in some regard but now with The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie all of that comes to a head in one final hurrah for a storyline that has spanned over the course of six large RPGs. Centering itself solely as an RPG for fans that have seen what the Cold Steel and Crossbell series has had to offer, does this culmination serve as a worthwhile send off to this immense cast of characters?"

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The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie (PS4) Review | VGChartz

VGChartz's Thomas Froehlicher: "The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie is the all-star game of the series fans have been waiting for. Its extreme wealth of content, from the countless characters to the extreme combat and enjoyable mini-games, promises around a hundred hours of fun. It's just a shame the bizarre story produces more questions than answers, while also being dull most of the time. In the end, Trails into Reverie is an excellent bonus game in the Trails of Cold Steel arc, but struggles to advance beyond that."

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The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie Review by Video Chums

“I'm amazed that in an era when the aim for mass appeal is actively compromising many iconic franchises, The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie defiantly stands tall as an undeniably niche and ultimately incredible experience that fans will absolutely adore.” - A.J. Maciejewski from Video Chums.

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jznrpg76d ago

My copies showed up today. Got PS4 copy for the PSVR1 mode and a PS5 copy.

RpgSama76d ago (Edited 76d ago )

I got my copy on PS5, only need to get the platinum for FFXVI so I can then focus on getting the platinum for this one, will be surely a couple of months at least until I'm able to get to it (my weekly play time is very limited), but that's fine, hopefully by then we have information on Kuro No Kiseki release date.

jznrpg76d ago (Edited 76d ago )

My play time is sporadic too. Sometimes I play 3-5 hours or sometimes an hour here and there. But I’ll get to it. I’m working on FF16 plat and finishing up Azure also before I move into Reverie.

RpgSama76d ago


I finished Azure first playthrough like the day before the release of XVI, didn't plan for it that way, but that's how It ended up being, got everything but Nightmare and the new game+ trophies like all enemies scanned and the new game+ special enemies.

Will get back to it after XVI platinum and before Reverie. LOL