The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki Gets 13 Minute Long Gameplay Video, Samurai & Dragons Crossover

The Japanese release of The PS3/PS Vita JRPG by Nihon Falcom The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki is drawing near, with just three weeks to go, and things are getting heated.

First and Foremost we get a new gameplay video from the good folks at 4Gamer, showcasing a large amount of footage from the PS3 version including exploration, battle and story cutscenes. You can check it out at the bottom of the post. Spoiler: it looks really sweet.

In addition to that, Nihon Falcom and Sega teamed up to cross promote the game with the popular title Samurai & Dragons, allowing players of Sega’s free to play game to acquire monster cards featuring Sen no Kiseki’s main characters. At the moment it’s unknown if the promotion will make it over to the western version of Samurai & Dragons or will remain limited to Japan, like almost all good things.

If only Sega actually teamed up with Nihon Falcom to bring Sen no Kiseki to the west… A man can hope, can’t he?

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  • vicfermino

    We should try sending it to that third-party helping team of Sony’s.

  • Chris Yuen

    Nah. Before getting involved with others, SEGA needs to sort out their own stuff first. Valkyria Chronicles 3/Yakuza and Phantasy Star Online 2. Let’s go Gio Corsi.

    • Giuseppe Nelva

      I’ll take whoever I can get to see this one in the west lol 😀

      • Stranger On The Road

        Other people online have pointed out that this series is story heavy, and each game is dependent on the previous game, story wise. The example I was given is: trying to play this game is the same as trying to read the last volume of the ‘Wheel of time‘ before reading the previous volumes.

        Any way, the first title in the current series have been released in the west (“The Legend of Heroes: Trails In The Sky” a PSP title), then there is 1 other title between that title in this title. So unless, the 2nd title is released, this one will never be released.

        • Giuseppe Nelva

          I’m not sure who told you this, but it’s entirely false. Sen No Kiseki is almost entirely self contained, and it can be enjoyed very easily by itself.

          • Stranger On The Road

            Interesting, if you are right then I really want this game, I stopped wishing for it after I was told that I need to play (read) the previous games first.

            This is good news, thanks 🙂