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Category: Trails in the Sky

2015 Gaming In Review Part 1:
What Were Our Best PlayStation 3 Games This Year?

December 21, 2015 |

2015 is almost over, so it’s already time for this epic question: “What were our best games this year”? We deliberated for a while and came up with a list that includes what we think are the best games of the year.

In this first post (out of three!), we’ll detail the best games we played in 2015 as well as some others we have yet to enjoy. Please keep in mind that we didn’t play all of this year’s releases and that we’ll focus on PlayStation 3 games for this post. We’re doing a second one featuring the best of the Vita games that will release tomorrow, and a third one detailing our best PS4 games that will go live on Wednesday.

After you’re done reading this list, we want you to tell us about your best games!

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Trails of Cold Steel – The Localization Process

December 19, 2015 |

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I recently presented to you a post from the On the official XSEED blog where the developers talked about how hard it had been to localize Trails in the Sky: Second Chapter. Being a software developer myself, I love those kinds of posts.

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[PSP/Vita JRPG Review] Trails in the Sky: Second Chapter is one of the BEST RPGs in the PSP/Vita Library!

November 17, 2015 |

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Trails in the Sky: Second Chapter is the direct sequel to Trails in the Sky, which released on the PSP in 2011. It follows the story of Estelle, Joshua and the friends they made during the previous game. This game was developed by Nihon Falcom (creators of the very good Ys: Memories of Celceta, along with many other awesome games) and was localized by XSEED Games.

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Trails In The Sky RPG Developer Talks About The Localization Effort For Upcoming Game

August 24, 2015 |

As a software developer myself, I’m always curious about how the actual work in a game company is done. I stumbled unto a very interesting post over at the XSEED Blog in which the translator for the upcoming second … Read More