The Legend of Heroes series is pretty popular right now, and that's largely thanks to Trails of Cold Steel and Trails of Cold Steel II being ported to the PlayStation 4 here in the West. With Trails of Cold Steel III set to follow suit in September, it's safe to say that Falcom's role-playing franchise is going from strength to strength.
And now, adding to the hype, Falcom president Toshihiro Kondo has basically confirmed that his team is working on ports of previous The Legend of Heroes titles -- namely Zero no Kiseki and Ao no Kiseki. As their names suggest, these two games take place in a different story arc prior to the aforementioned Trails of Cold Steel games. Both were originally PSP titles, and although fan translations exist, they were never officially released outside of Japan.
Anyway, speaking to Easy Allies, Kondo says that Falcom is preparing to "bring both of those games to modern consoles". The project is still in "very early stages", but once things get going, the developer will be looking to "start talks with foreign publishers". Sounds promising, doesn't it?
Zero no Kiseki and Ao no Kiseki are regarded by some fans as two of the property's best titles, so hopefully everything eventually comes together and everyone gets a chance to play them.
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