The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Crack/Patch

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 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 class system has been deeply interwoven into the tapestry of Erebonian culture since the days of old. As a seventeen-year-old student preparing for his new life at Thors Military Academy, however, he notices that his crimson uniform differs from the standard outfits issued to his peerstypically green for commoners, and white for nobles. Enter, Class VII of Thors Military Academy. For the first time in the prestigious academy's history, rank means nothing and skill means everything. With nine hand-picked students of various backgrounds and abilities, Rean included, Class VII readies itself to dive deep into the political quagmire that threatens not only them, but the very foundations of the Empire.

Download The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
8.5
Downloads 665
Genre Role-Playing, Japanese-Style
Company / Developer
XSEED Games / Falcom

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel reviews ( 4 )

max-eagle, Aug 19, 2017

A perfect continuation of the series.Once again "Nihon Falcom" made a beautiful, interesting, and most importantly, a fascinating tale!Thank you for that!!!

magicllama, Aug 3, 2017

The Trails series has always set the bar quite high within the JRPG genre, and Trails of Cold Steel certainly earns its right to bear the name of this franchise. I would say that in particular, this game even stands out from previous Trails titles with its level of characterization and overall lovableness of the main cast (helped in no small part by bonding events reminiscent of Persona). Not only is the lore deep and interesting, the game eases you into it masterfully, so that even series first-timers can get a solid grasp on the significance of certain plot events. The combat mechanics, a huge step up from past games, are incredibly fun and evolve a bit over the course of the game. The game overall just has a peculiar effect, a spirit to it that hooks you and forces you to form emotional attachments to main characters, locations, factions, and even NPCs - which makes it all the more effective when some of these attachments are tested in Trails of Cold Steel II. This new PC port comes out swinging with a ton of potential; the higher-end graphical enhancements more than rise to the challenge of adapting what is essentially a handheld title to meet the standards of PC gaming. However, while the largest flaw of the Vita version (long loading times), seems to have been resolved, there were a few graphical glitches in the game's initial release. It seems, though, that the developers immediately recognized these issues and jumped to work on fixing them, so I expect they should be patched up very soon. And of course, the anime-stylized 3D models that were at least passable in a 2014 handheld seem a little awkward in a 2017 title. All in all, Trails of Cold Steel is a high-tier and incredibly fun JRPG that will stick with you for a very long time (and at 70-90 hours per playthrough, it had better). As with most Nihon Falcom titles, the game's concept, story, and "heart" are a solid 10/10, while the execution unfortunately tends to waver at a 7/10. This is nonetheless an excellent game, and a must-play for all JRPG fans.

doctor_awesome, Feb 4, 2018

"Trails of Cold Steel" is finally on PC. To me, this franchise has been the best continuation of classic 1990s JRPGs into the modern era. This game shouldn't disappoint anyone who liked "Trails in the Sky". The main differences are a new story, obviously, it has many connections to "Trails in the Sky" but the fresh characters are nice. It is extremely anime and borrows from the Persona games pretty blatantly. The main character is a painfully generic anime MC. That said, the writing is good and the cast of characters is pretty strong. It drops the complicated Orbment system of the previous games, which definitely makes it more accessible, but after having spent all that time learning how to combine orbments to get really cool abilities, it did feel a little unrewarding to have such a simplified system. The game also has an unconventional weapon system where instead of just buying them from shops or looting them in dungeons, you need to do pretty simple crafting to get good weapons. It has promise. There are some other minor differences but this game is extremely familiar if you've played others in the franchise. I liked the story in "Trails in the Sky" better, it was less generic, and the Estelle character was a very strong lead. This story isn't bad though, and the twists at the end, even if a bit silly, did have me ready to fork over some cash to see what happens next. The graphics in the game are very, very basic. It was a Vita game after all. They're really not the reason anyone's playing this game, but they are good enough to be a bit immersive and engaging. I didn't like the soundtrack as much as the previous games, which had songs I downloaded and put on my phone to listen to again. The battle music is pretty good though. Ultimately if you enjoyed the previous games, this one is a sure-fire hit.

Dubeau, Oct 22, 2017

The game by itself is well done. Interesting RPG with cooking, upgrades for weapons and equipment. The story is quite political in it's core and the game shows us events with dates. It's a nice sens of moving forward. However the dialogues are very annoying, not because they are bad but there is so many of them and they state the very obvious almost 75% of the time. Do we have to know every single feelings, every single though. Many, many sequence are very arduous...so be prepared to skip a lot of dialogues in the like you never seen before. The fighting is well done but again in the last chapter you are hit with an impossible boss to handle. The graphics are to the level of a PS3 game. The 3D models are quite basic. Overall it was a fun JRPG but the dialogues skipping can be a long exercise of patience. I give it a 70%.