Iconic JRPG Series Coming to the PS Vita

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The Legend of Heroes debuted in 1989 with Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes. Originally released on the NEC PC-8801, the title appeared on a slew of various hardware, such as the Super Famicom, the Mega Drive, and the TurboGrafx-16.

With The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution, the series is now coming to the PS Vita. The game was originally planned for the PSP with full voice, but there was not enough UMD space to support the game.

The game's mini-games also take advantage of the PS Vita's motion sensor for its mini-games. The title also uses touch controls.


The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution is slated for release this summer in Japan. Check out the video

新発表「PS Vita×中野賢、近藤季洋」 [YouTube]

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Seeing that 7 of the last 8 news titles posted were all about Vita games and shenanigans, It's starting to feel like a good day to own a vita.

Now if only I could find a good case that doesn't carry a foul odor to keep it in so as not to destroy that shiny exterior