The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution Gallery AddedPlus some details and a trailer for the whole works.02.11.12 - 5:37 PM
The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution
, the PlayStation Vita version of the 2010 PSP title which follows the Sora no Kiseki
(Trails in the Sky
) trilogy, was initially announced with its big feature being that the story is now fully voiced. But there's a lot more being added, as Dengeki PlayStation revealed this week, and was detailed in a Falcom press conference.
Aside from the voice acting (which spans 157 characters and 20,000 voice patterns, a Falcom record), Zero no Kiseki Evolution will also feature 74 re-arranged or re-recorded music tracks (including a re-recorded version of the game's theme song, Way of Life), a new opening animation and other movies, graphical tweaks, new subquests and minigames, and Vita touch controls for the menus.
Below is the game's PV.
You can also find the brand-new gallery below. The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution will release this summer in Japan at retail for 6040 yen ($78.75 US), and its downloadable version will cost 5040 yen ($65.71). Alternatively, if you never imported The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki, last year's PSP title which came after Zero, a free demo is now available on the Japanese PlayStation Store.