REAÇÃO: Tenho tantas perguntas – The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie

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Rudi Dellama 2023-07-05 - 3:01 pm

Trails into Reverie is the 10th of a overarching story and is sort of a epilogue to both the Cold Steel games and the 2 Crossbell games that takes place between the Sky and Cold Steel games, so not the best place to start lol; like you said you can jump in the beginning of any arc just fine, granted Cold Steel 3 and 4 kinda start to depend heavily on the previously games, personally I think playing by order of release is the better option

OJvdH 2023-07-05 - 6:50 pm

So since you mentioned the English dub. The first two story arcs sky and crossbell are not voiced in English. Sky had battle lines voiced( in English and Japanese) and head a jp voice mod which is based on the vita rereleas of those games. Crossbell released only recently 11 years after is original jp release and didn't get dubbed. Cold steel and reverie are a different story however. They did get dubbed and for cold steel 1,2 and reverie the English dub actually has more voiced dialog than in Japanese. To give you a idea how much more. Cold steel 2 jp: 9450 voice files, coldsteel 2 en: 14209 voice. files. Coldsteel 1 had around the sane amount in diference. Reverie will have not that much more voice acting but it's still 20k+- instead of 18k+-. The reason this diference exists is because in the original dub they sometimes only voice have of a scene or only one character in a scene. To rectify this the English publishers decided to dub more lines to make it feel more consistent wat is and isn't voiced. I am genuinely happy this is the case!

CJ Burgandy 2023-07-06 - 12:31 am

Reign-Dependence cracked me up

Ryan Susanto 2023-07-06 - 7:02 am

simplified explanation

Legend of heroes is like suikoden but more overaching story and it's need some commitment to play all the games…

for me there is 2 ways to play this game

By order of release, so Sky trilogy > Crosbell duology > Erebonia saga
the second one is play Cold Steel 1 and 2 first and if you interested, go back to Sky trilogy..

not really recommend play CS 3 first because its heavily dependent the knowledge and information from pervious game..

you can play it of course, but you will lost many some small information

mmaxdragon 2023-07-06 - 11:05 am

well newest for western games. there is still like two more after this

Jclosed 2023-07-06 - 11:41 am

Well – To answer your questions about "modern technology" mixed with swordplay. The whole continent (called Zemuria) was basically in a medieval development just a 50 years ago. Then that 50 years ago a single person discovered a source of energy that gave them access to what we will call "modern technology". That source of energy could be used to drive machines, but also create a kind of force fields that can be "translated" in raw power (like fire, wind, light or simply brutal physical force). That last one can be seen as "magic", but is more a technology kind of magic.
However – That fast "climb" from medieval chivalry to that "modern technology" went so fast (the technology was discovered 50 years ago, but it took years to become really usable), that old institutions and practices stayed in place. Things like sword techniques are still very high respected, so that has lead to this strange mixture of medieval and modern weaponry.
This is all very well explained in the previous games, and if you are a real JRPG lover, I can only very strongly advise you to play the whole series. I know what you are thinking now: "this will take me hours and hours". Believe me – I was thinking that same thing, but I just said to myself; "What the hell – I will dive in and will see where I will come out". And the first hours into the very first game "Trails in The Sky" got me completely hooked (to my big surprise I might add). Sure everything starts very slowly, but then you realize that this slow pace let you learn about the world you are in, and set everything up for stuff that comes later. And when that comes if hits like a hammer.
To make a long story short – Once I started the series I had no other choice than play every game in the series to the very end. That's what it does to you. You have been warned!!!


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