Trails into Reverie marks the end of one of gaming’s longest running, consecutive released series, with Trails of Cold Steel, and a fresh beginning for another if NIS America has anything to say about it.
A surprising mix of RTS and RPG, GrimGrimoire is one of the PlayStation 2’s most gorgeous games, and now it’s making a return in HD form.
Picking off from where Trails from Zero left off, The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure continues to deliver excellent JRPG gameplay and a very worthwhile story.
Originally a Japan-exclusive entry in the The Legend of Heroes series, Trails from Zero has finally gotten an English localization by NIS America, and by all accounts, it’s as excellent of a J-RPG as the rest of the franchise.
The latest entry in Ys is by all accounts a by-the-numbers JRPG, and it’s not made any worse by that.
Trails of Cold Steel IV is as much of an epic as its predecessors in just about every way.
Get ready to suffer for your crimes in the Netherworld, Prinny! Forever!
You’ll be hard-pressed finding a JRPG on Steam that’s deeper in lore and story than Trails of Cold Steel III.
It might be light on content, but at least the selection is fun to play, especially the two Gunbird games.
Nihon Falcom’s newest entry in Trails of Cold Steel offers a lengthy adventure that finally brings the series to the current gen, and it does not disappoint in any way.