Legend of Heroes Zero no Kiseki Evolution Game's Opening Posted
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
A 55-second version of The Legend of Heroes Zero no Kiseki Evolution game's opening animation began streaming on Friday. After a release delay, the game will ship for the PlayStation Vita system in Japan on October 18.
A limited-edition Chara-Ani version of the game is available for pre-order until August 31. The box set costs 9,800 yen (about US$124) and bundles a Soundtrack -Special Edition- II CD, drama CD, Nendoroid Petite Arianhod figure, cleaner cloth, and carrying pouch. Another limited-edition version is available for 7,980 yen (US$101) and includes the figure and soundtrack CD. People who order early will also receive the Soundtrack -Special Edition- I CD. Falcom will release the game's regular packaged version for 6,090 yen (about US$80) and a downloadable version for 5,040 yen (US$65).
The game is a PlayStation Vita port of the 2010 The Legend of Heroes Zero no Kiseki role-playing game for PlayStation Portable. The game studio Pyramid (Patapon) is developing The Legend of Heroes Zero no Kiseki Evolution as Falcom's 30th anniversary title.
The game's main scenario will have voices for all of the dialogue — over 20,000 lines are being recorded from scratch. 157 characters will appear along with 74 newly recorded musical pieces. The theme song also has a new arrangement with vocals by Falcom jdk band's Kana Kotera. New animated sequences are being produced, and new story sub-scenarios are being added. As a PSP port, the upgraded game will have improved graphics and mini-games that take advantage of the system's features.
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