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The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky SC to Launch in Europe and Australia Next Week

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Following their release of the game in North American markets last month, XSEED Games have announced that the RPG title The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Second Chapter will be available on the PlayStation Store in Europe and Australia beginning November 10th 2015.

The game will be priced at €26.99, £21.99, AUD $40.95, and will be purchasable digitally via the PlayStation Store. This is a PlayStation Portable game, however it does come with support for the PlayStation Vita system as well.

Originally developed by Nihon Falcom, The Legend of Heroes: Trails in The Sky Second Chapter picks up mere hours after the conclusion to The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky, with Estelle traveling across Liberl in search of Joshua. Her journey involves more than seeking loved ones, however, as the Bracer Guild also tasks her with unraveling the mysteries behind the newly unveiled Society of Ouroboros

This title see’s Falcom’s Sound Team jdk return with a score which XSEED Games have described as “massive and highlight lauded” and “complements the  tumultuous resolution to one of the most moving and expansive JRPGs ever created”. The series’s strategic turn-based battle system also comes with a number of new improvements including new arts, crafts, upgraded orbments and combo attacks. The world of Liberl also awaits the player’s return with new quests, mini-games, and collectibles.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky will be available exclusively on the digital PlayStation Store on November 10th in Europe and Australia. The title has been rated 12+ by PEGI, 12+ bu USK and M by the Australian Classification Board.

 

 

Around the same time that Bethesda Softworks will be offering the worldwide maker Fallout 4, XSEED Games will be publishing something for those in Europe and Australia who would

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