Falcom has revealed that The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki II will feature import bonuses for cleared save data from the first Sen no Kiseki. Apart from throwing in item sets and accessories based on your level and Student Rank, this feature will also change some conversations and events; specifically for certain characters, depending on whether players were particularly close to that character in the first game.
Sen no Kiseki II is set for a PS3/PS Vita release in Japan on September 25.
Falcom has released a demo version of The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki. The demo, available now on the Japanese PlayStation store, covers the game’s prologue, and will allow players to transfer their save data to the full version.
Falcom has unveiled more information about The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki for the PS3/PSV, particularly around the game’s school-based activities. Players will have to attend lectures on such topics as Elebonian history, military affairs, and cooking; higher grades are given for correct answers when called upon.
Outside the classroom, you’re occasionally given optional sidequests by the student council president, and you may also partake in graded mock battles between students. These and other activities grant you Academic Points, which increase your rank and award you various medals to equip as accessories.
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Via Dengeki PlayStation, we have confirmation that The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki will see the light of day in Japan starting September 26.
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Falcom has just revealed the next Legend of Heroes title, planned to launch next year in Japan. Sen no Kiseki, as it’s subbed, will be a full 3D spin in the series for both PS3 and Vita. Little is known about the game itself, but the jump to 3D will be paired with more voice acting and a faster-paced battle system.