Falcom makes The Legend of Heroes Vita official

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 30 September 2011 00:05 GMT

A Vita entry in The Legend of Heroes series of JRPGs has been confirmed after teases last week.

Andriasang reports that with the opening of Zero-Full.com, developer Falcom has admitted to The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Full Voice Version.

The new game is a re-release of the existing Zero no Kiseki with – wait for it – full voice acting, and is due sometime in 2012.

The Legend of Heroes series began as a spin-off of the Dagon Slayer franchise, and has been through three generations of core series. It’s popped up every couple of years since 1989, but here in the West, we’ve not seen the latest offerings – although the 2004 release Trails in the Sky made it to the US, and is on the way to Europe courtesy of Ghostlight.

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