The one that marks the first game in this strategy role-playing series to see release is “The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky“. Plenty of tactical elements keep combat interesting and often challenge you to outmaneuver foes in unique ways, while a high difficulty level encourages you to stay one step ahead of your opponents. Though the gameplay of Trails in the Sky is rewarding, it’s the twisting plot of love and deceit that really draws you in.
The game opens in the small town of Rolent in the kingdom of Liberl, where a hero’s young daughter, Estelle, and her orphaned friend, Joshua, have just completed training to become bracers–civil servants that fight for the good of the people. When Estelle’s father, an experienced bracer himself, suddenly disappears, the duo sets out on a quest to find him, unmasking a national conspiracy in the process.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky is a 50-hour epic that boasts plenty of side quests to undertake. There isn’t much in the way of bonus content once you finish the adventure, but there is a new game-plus mode that lets you experience it all again after selecting which goods you want to carry over, including money and character levels. You can also unlock both hard and nightmare modes, boosting the difficulty level for an even greater challenge.
Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky features a good strategic focus and a plethora of fierce opponents, but its riveting narrative is where it really shines. The transformation of a simple rescue mission into a vast conspiracy against the throne should put you on the edge of your seat, while Joshua and Estelle’s budding romance steals the show. The result is a heartwarming adventure.
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