Sony PSP - Released - January 13, 2015
Over 40 Massive Dungeon Floors Designed to Kill You Explore ancient ruins, cursed caverns, otherworldly planes and more, each riddled with false floors, false walls, spikes, poison traps, boulders, teleporters and other deadly surprises. Solve brain-busting puzzles, battle unique enemies and forge ever onward! Innovative World-Turning Mechanice Immersive Atmosphere through Innovative “World-Turning” Mechanic Like a first-person dungeon crawler with a third-person viewpoint, the camera is always positioned behind Ares with the world smoothly rotating into place whenever he turns,...
MS-DOS - Released - 1990
Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes tells the story of a young prince named Selios. One day his old teacher Raiyas sends him to a nearby cave to retrieve a magic weapon. When the prince returns, he finds the house attacked by monsters. Raiyas tells him to seek help in the castle of a baron, whose country has always been allies with theirs for a long time. However, the baron betrays Selios' trust and imprisons him. The young prince manages to escape, but without the possibility to return he has no choice but to wander through the land, trying to find trustworthy companions who would help him to...
Sony PSP - Released - September 29, 2011
Eiyuu Densetsu: Ao no Kiseki is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Falcom, which was released in Japan in 2011.
Sony PSP - Released - December 20, 2007
Eiyuu Densetsu: Sora no Kiseki Material Collection Portable is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Falcom, which was released in Japan in 2007.
Sony PSP - Released - July 24, 2008
Half a year after the events of Trails in the Sky Second Chapter, Liberl has settled into peace once againbut even during peaceful times, there are many among the distinguished and fortunate burning with greed thanks to the influence of ancient artifacts. Most of the population remains unaware of their abuses of power, but to the most enigmatic order of the beloved Septian Church, the Gralsritter, snuffing out these would-be villains and claiming artifacts in their name is as everyday as professing one's faith in the Goddess. On the eve of another successfully completed mission,...
Sony PSP - Released - September 30, 2010
The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki (英雄伝説 零の軌跡 Eiyū Densetsu Sero no Kiseki ) (Trails of Zero) is the direct sequel to The Legend of Heroes: Sora no Kiseki The 3rd and takes place several months after the events in that game. The game takes place in Crossbell City, a city where light and darkness are together, as well as locations arround it. Crossbell City takes place far from the setting of Sora no Kiseki, Liberl Kingdom, in a land northeast of the Erebonian Empire. The buildings, roads, as well as most of the NPCs' clothings, are more onto that of 1960's, but with a mix of what China...
Sega Saturn - Released - September 23, 1998
The Legend of Heroes I & II Eiyuu Densetsu (The Legend of Heroes I＆II 英雄伝説) is a game released for the Sega Saturn by GMF in Japan in 1998. It contains two RPGs by Falcom, Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu and Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu II. Though the music has been rearranged, graphics appear to try to recreate their originals on 1980s Japanese home computers (to the point that they do not have smooth scrolling).
Nintendo Switch - Released
Among the nations on the Zemurian continent, the mighty Erebonian Empire has been quick to stake its claim militarily; yet politically, ugly bouts of internal conflict between the upper class and commoners struggling to rise to power have been steadily intensifying with each passing month. The Noble and Reformist Factions have been none too kind to one another over the years, and tensions between the two only stand to worsen if compromises aren't reached in the very near future. Rean Schwarzer, like any other citizen of the Imperial nation, is no stranger to these rising conflicts: the...
Nintendo Switch - Released - April 22, 2021
Ao no Kiseki is a sequel to The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki and continues the story of Lloyd Bannings, Elie MacDowel, Tio Plate and Randy Orlando, leading characters we got to know in the previous game. The game continues the next chapter in Crossbell State while introducing new menace which will lead the protagonists on a whole new adventure, meeting new characters and visiting new places. Game 3D isometric bird's eye view perspective is unaltered while gameplay itself has some new features, especially the new burst battle system. The game also features climate change such as morning,...
Sony PSP - Released - September 28, 2006
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky is the first of a new trilogy in the established The Legend of Heroes RPG series. A highly detailed 3D world, beautiful original soundtrack, and unique strategic battle system showcase production values a generation beyond the previous iteration. An epic story about preserving the peace against all odds spanning over 50 hours of gameplay, with numerous optional side quests, makes this the biggest adventure ever available on a handheld system.
Nintendo Switch - Released - August 27, 2020
Trails into Reverie plays similarly to the Trails of Cold Steel tetralogy, being a traditional Japanese role-playing video game with turn-based battles. The game features a new Crossroads system where players can switch between three different story arcs, with each focusing on a different protagonist: the leader of Crossbell's Special Support Section, Lloyd Bannings, the instructor of Class VII, Rean Schwarzer, and the masked character "C"
Nintendo Switch - Released - September 6, 2016
Peace a memory. Despite the best efforts of military student Rean Schwarzer and his comrades, forces much greater than they have swept the land of Erebonia into a full-blown civil war. After a terrible struggle, Rean awakens in the mountains near his hometown, uncertain what fate befell his classmates and comrades. Though the road will not be an easy one, Rean decides to take up his sword once again.
Nintendo Switch - Released - June 30, 2020
Rean Schwarzer uncovers a dark plot that threatens his homeland. To face their enemies, he must prepare a new generation of heroes as an instructor at a new branch campus and guide them towards victory.
Nintendo Switch - Released - April 9, 2021
The Erebonian Empire is on the brink of all out war! Taking place shortly after the ending of Trails of Cold Steel III, the heroes of Class VII find themselves against the full force of the Empire in an attempt to stop its path of total domination. Further, the hero of the Erebonian Civil War and Class VII's instructor, Rean Schwarzer, has gone missing. Now, the students of Class VII, old and new, must unite with heroes from all over the continent to create the only chance the world has to be spared from total destruction.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - October 27, 2020
The Erebonian Empire is on the brink of all out war! Taking place shortly after the ending of Trails of Cold Steel III, the heroes of Class VII find themselves against the full force of the Empire in an attempt to stop its path of total domination. Further, the hero of the Erebonian Civil War and Class VII's instructor, Rean Schwarzer, has gone missing. Now, the students of Class VII, old and new, must unite with heroes from all over the continent to create the only chance the world has to be spared from total destruction. Collapse
Nintendo Switch - Released - February 25, 2021
The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki is a direct sequel to The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd and follows the story which starts several months after the events in that game. The story takes place in Crossbell City where light and darkness are together and places the player in a role of four lead characters, namely Lloyd Bannings, a rookie police investigator who joined the police in search of clues that will help him understand how his brother have died, Elie MacDowell, mayor's granddaughter who also joined the Crossbell police to help mend the current state of the city, Tio...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - June 16, 1995
Falcom has pretty much established themselves as one of the finest RPG makers in the business, and Xanadu II - an offshoot of the Legend of Heroes series shows exactly why. The sequel to the first popular Xanadu game, Xanadu II is also an action RPG. This game retains the simple Ys inspired walk-into-the-enemy attack style which works very well and also the side-on action scenes used for boss battles. Being untranslated, the story is a little hard to plot out, but you play Arios and start out aboard a ship in search of your friend, whose own ship (as shown in the intro) was attacked by dragon...
Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - November 29, 1991
You are prince Alfred, the son of the great king of Monarch. Since you have been a rather fresh and lazy boy, the king decides to strengthen you by sending you to battle. You are now sixteen, and you must prove you are worthy of being the prince of Monarch! This is a strategy war game. You command an army and can perform various actions, such as sending troops, fortifying your position, allying with another ruler, etc. There are time limits to your strategic operations during which you'll have to defeat the enemy.
Sega CD - Released - April 1, 1994
Kazyr, Necros, Ulgar. Ghosts from the past that once nearly destroyed Popful Mail's world. Now, the Black Seal is about to be broken so they can return to wreak havoc on the world once again. Three ragtag adventurers become the only hope of stopping the second coming of Evil. Play as Mail, tomboy bounty-hunter wannabe who's handy with a blade, Tatt, the ultra-polite apprentice magician with a deadly staff or Gaw, a winged blue blob with breath of fire, as you search for the maniacal Muttonhead, who holds all the answers. During your quest, change characters at any time! You'll need to, because...
Sega Saturn - Released - February 26, 1998
Shiroki Majo: Mouhitotsu no Eiyuu Densetsu (白き魔女 ～もうひとつの英雄伝説～) is an RPG by Falcom ported to the Sega Saturn in Japan by Hudson in 1998. It is the third entry in Falcom's The Legend of Heroes/Eiyuu Densetsu series, and the first entry in that series not to be part of the Dragon Slayer series.
Microsoft MSX2 - 1991
Sorcerian is a side-scrolling action-RPG. The player can create up to ten characters, from whom up to four members can be present in a party at the same time. Each character is highly customizable, with four different classes/races (fighter, wizard, elf, and dwarf) and over 60 possible jobs/occupations (ranging from clown to exorcist) available for them to perform; each has its own strengths and weaknesses, affecting the seven primary attributes (strength, intelligence, protection, magic resistance, vitality, dexterity, and karma) in different ways, as well as different equipment...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - April 27, 2000
Another remake of the classic RPG Sorcerian this time exclusive to the SEGA Dreamcast. Once again you must take control of a party of 4 player-created adventurers and lead them through 10 scenarios from the original game and 5 new ones specially designed for this version in a side-scrolling fashion, each featuring a unique stand-alone quest for you to complete. The remake features for the first time in a Sorcerian game a fully polygonal engine, even if the game plays like a side-scroller while in the dungeons and from a top-down perspective in the town. Also included are new items, spells...
NEC PC-9801 - Released - May 26, 1989
Star Trader is an Action game, developed and published by Falcom, which was released in Japan in 1989
Sharp X68000 - Released - 1991
As ace pilot Kain, you’re approached by a young girl named Lefi, who has some kind of mysterious seal. It’s your job to fly around the star system and uncover whatever mysteries need to be solved.
NEC PC-8801 - Released - 1983
A miscellaneous game revolving around the pseudoscience of astrology for the NEC PC-8801. Developed and published by Falcom in 1983.
Sony PSP - Released - April 24, 2008
Vantage Master Portable is a Strategy game, developed and published by Falcom, which was released in Japan in 2008.
Sony PSP - Released - February 21, 2011
Ys I & II consists of enhanced remakes of the first two games released in the Ys series, Ys I: Ancient Ys Vanished and Ys II: Ancient Ys Vanished – The Final Chapter. In both games the player controls a red-haired swordsman named Adol Christin. In the first game he must seek out the six Books of Ys. These books contain the history of the ancient, vanished land of Ys, and will give him the knowledge he needs to defeat the evil forces currently sweeping the land of Esteria. In Ys II, Adol is transported to the floating civilization of Ys, and begins a quest to unravel the secrets of the...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 26, 2005
Ys IV: Mask of the Sun - A New Theory is a remake of Ys IV: Mask of the Sun. This version is visually similar to Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim, having character sprites and 3D environments, unlike the fully 2D graphics of the original release. The "bumping" combat style of the earlier version has been replaced by the more common system that requires the player to press an attack button to hit the enemy. There are three levels of attack strength for the swords, as well as new elemental weapons and magic spells. The general plot is the same as in the original version, but several events have...
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - March 6, 2017
Following a devastating demonic invasion, the twin Goddesses use their magic to bring the inhabitants of legendary Ys safely into the sky. While the demons work to construct Devil’s Tower and reach the humans’ new abode, the Goddesses disappear. As a mighty warrior or a cunning mage, you must seek the Goddesses in Devil’s Tower. With your swordsmanship and spells, can you banish evil from the land of your ancestors?
Sony PSP - Released - August 17, 2010
The kingdom of Altago is rebuilding their kingdom around a newfound peace after years of war against the merciless armies of Romn. The classic adventuresome duo, Adol and Dogi, arrive in the harbor of Altago City, and quickly find themselves in a scuffle with the Dragon Knights, the kingdom's military police body, when attempting to save a local girl from harassment by one of their commanding officers. Upset by the interruption and subsequent humiliation, the commander arrests Adol and Dogi, charging them with espionage. The king of Altago, having known of the duo's pending arrival from an...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 30, 2006
Ys V: Ushinawareta Suna no Miyako Kefin (イースV 失われた砂の都ケフィン?) is an action role-playing game for the Super Famicom developed by Nihon Falcom Corporation. It is the fifth game in the Ys series of video games. Ys V was originally released in 1995. In 1996, Falcom released a second version of the game for the Super Famicom with a higher difficulty level, known as Ys V Expert. A PlayStation 2 remake of Ys V was released in 2006 by Taito Corporation, titled Ys V: Lost Kefin, Kingdom of Sand. Adol is travelling through new lands, in search of more adventure, when he hears of the vanished...
Sony PSP - Released - July 29, 2010
The game features a clash between Falcom's two main franchises, Ys and Sora no Kiseki with appearances by a cast of familiar characters from each of the two series. The game's story mode is similar to those from the same fighting game genre. The player follows a character's journey across several stages to meet and fight different adversaries until achieving that character's epilogue. Unlike other games however, the battles follows Ys Seven's overhead display of combat and giving the player a greater variety of combat capabilities unique to those of a RPG.
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - November 26, 2013
A bustling town deep in the frontier at the foot of an endless sea of trees... It is into this wild and untamed setting that a young man collapses, memories gone and only his name to guide him. Bereft of his past, Adol Cristin wanders the town of Casnan searching for clues to his identity. Joined by an information dealer who claims to have known him, the young adventurer helps rescue doomed miners from a collapse; an act which attracts the attention of the Romun Army general in town. Impressed with their skills, the pair is enlisted to explore the Great Forest and map the vast expanses of...
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - June 9, 2020
Delve into the unknown with Ys: Memories of Celceta, the classic action RPG offering from Nihon Falcom, remastered with gorgeous high-definition visuals for the PlayStation 4. World-famous adventurer Adol Christin awakens in the unfamiliar land of Celceta, remembering nothing more than his own name. Confused and alone, he is approached by an information dealer named Duren who claims to know him and says that he was last seen wandering off into the nearby 'sea of trees.' Enlisted to chart the unmapped territories of Celceta, Adol hopes to regain his memories by exploring the great forest....
Sony PSP - Released - February 28, 2006
The story begins after Adol's ship is attacked by a fleet of Romun ships. Forced to sail into an unknown area, they encounter a large storm. Adol is swept off the vessel while trying to rescue a fellow sailor and washed ashore by the vortex that surrounds the Canaan Islands. He is found, unconscious, by the daughters of the chieftain of the nearby Rehda village, Olha and Isha. The girls take him to their village and lay him to rest in their father's house. Adol hears them talking about him and wakes up briefly, afterwards going back to sleep because of his exhaustion. His adventure then...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 22, 2005
Washed ashore on an uncharted island, Adol Christin begins a new journey in Ys: The Ark of Napishtim. Lush environments, fully rendered characters, and animated 3D backdrops combine to create the setting for Adol's latest adventure. In the world of Canaan, our red-headed hero must fight deadly monsters and menacing bosses with a variety of sword combinations, special attacks, and magical spells creating a uniquely deep and compelling gameplay experience. Along the way, players can power-up three magical swords to gain special abilities and attacks and unlock hidden secrets that showcase the...
Sony PSP - Released - November 2, 2010
Ys: The Oath in Felghana is a re-imagined remake celebrating the 20th anniversary of the classic third game from the long-running Ys series, Ys III: Wanderers From Ys. Its rebirth on PSP includes a complete graphical overhaul, fully revamped gameplay, intense 3D action, and additional story elements culminating with full voice-overs during story sequences. Other additional features include a rearranged soundtrack, adjustable difficulty levels, and an art gallery, all ensuring that this beautifully re-imagined classic can be enjoyed equally by Wanderers veterans and series newcomers alike.