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This is a review for the European version of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel. The content of both European and American version of this game are exactly the same, and for a second opinion you can check our double-review feature for the North American version that is available right here.
Trails of Cold Steel is the latest in the Legend of Heroes subseries of games called Trails franchise, a series created by Nihon Falcom that dates all the way back to as early as 1989 when the original Legend of Heroes game came out in Japan. Since then there has been a steady stream of games from the series, particularly in the last decade. Trails of Cold Steel (ToCS) is the latest one to make the jump to the west. Originally released in September of 2013 in Japan, the translated version that released in late December in North America finally comes to Europe by way of NIS America!
In all honesty, before doing this review, my knowledge of the Trails series was limited only to Trails in the Sky, which was released on PC back in 2014 (originally released in Japan in 2004). Though I only came across it in passing, it did, however, have a name that stuck with me only because it becomes a very interesting game ever when you use its Acronym as you giggle like a school boy. But enough of that, it is time to play Trails of Cold Steel!
Who doesn’t like a good sale on PSN? Sony knows this, so they’ve decided to follow the great holiday sales with what they’re calling the PlayStation Essentials sale. Those are mighty words, but they’re definitely right with awesome games like Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Child Of Light, Infamous: First Light, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and many more! Click right here to review all the PS4, PS3 and Vita games on sale right now!
Indie studio LaCosa Entertainment is getting ready for the release of Klaus on PlayStation 4 today, and they’re very much looking forward to hearing what all of you think of their game!
We’re working on a review for Klaus as well as an interview with the studio, so be sure to stick around at PS3blog.net!
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. It’s still been a slow week in news so it’s another shorter episode. Hopefully things pick up in the coming weeks, perhaps with a price point for PSVR considering we know what Oculus is priced at.
The new year also brings with it new game releases. I’ll be enjoying Rainbow Six Siege and Legacy of the Void in the meantime, while also cleaning the backlog. But what about you? What are you excited for? Let us know in the comments below!