The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Crack/Patch

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Half a year after Trails in the Sky SC, Father Kevin Graham takes on a routine mission on behalf of the Septian Church. He and his partner are then plunged into a realm that follows an unnaturally strict set of rules and is as intent to open old wounds as it is to keep them behind closed doors.

Download The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 85 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1066
Genre Role-Playing, Japanese-Style
Company / Developer
XSEED Games / Falcom

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd reviews ( 2 )

Gwyndolin, May 3, 2017

I highly recommend playing FC and SC before the 3rd as it is a direct sequel. That said, the 3rd's format is a bit different from FC and SC. It is almost like one giant dungeon crawler. This dungeon has "doors" that leads to different parts of Liberl. Despite the new formula, the narrative is still among the strongest in any JRPG/RPG, the gameplay is a step up from FC/SC, featuring the largest cast of playable characters. And as always, music by JDK never fails to impress. Do note that The 3rd does not seem to directly propel the overarching plot of the Trails series, because its main role is to wrap up the Sky chapters while getting the audience interested in what's to come. What it does deliver is the following: 1. Kevin's personal story. 2. Additional depth/detail to every main character in the Sky Trilogy. 3. Additional depth/detail to the world of West Zemuria. 4. A lot of foreshadowing to future installments (Zero, Azure, Cold Steel) You can think of it as a playable Collector's Databook for your favorite manga series, but with its own self contained story.

chronofantasy, May 7, 2017

Definitely don't play this game unless you have played the first two Trails in the Sky games, otherwise you'll be completely lost on all the characters and what led up to this point in the game. Usually this sort of game I don't care that much for, since it's mostly a dungeon crawler and going through old past zones but in an altered state. The entire game is a wrap-up. I actually consider it a long, drawn out epilogue to the first two games. If this was any other game or perhaps series, I'd probably give this a lower score or I would stop playing this, but I may be a bit bias in this review because I am a fan of the series. Taking any biases away, the game has fantastic music, unique for the title, and amazing and drawn out narrative, which is always what the series is known for. There's side stories for each characters and mini games you can play, which adds more fun to the game. I'm only 10 hours into the game, so I still might have a bit to go, but I'm curious to see how each character's story ends and to see how the characters ended up in the one big dungeon-like place called Phantasama that they explore throughout the entire game. I knocked the game down a couple points because like I said, dungeon crawling isn't my preference and it doesn't really fit in the series whether I like it or not. I know the writers love to expand on the series and this universe, but I feel this game is a bit unnecessary at times, other than to please the fans. Otherwise, since we do have this game, it's enjoyable for what it is nonetheless.