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Nayuta no Kiseki

Nayuta no Kiseki, 7/26 in Japan for PSP


Over the past few months, Nihon Falcom has steadily released new information for ‘Nayuta no Kiseki’ in Japan.  Nayuta is a follow-up to the popular series ‘Sora no Kiseki,’ which was brought to the west as The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky (by XSeed Games).

The promotional video shows an interview with Nihon Falcom’s president, as well as some nice in-game footage (the latter more useful for us in the non-Japanese speaking populace).

Check it out:

The next video showcases a variety of in-game scenes:


Sword Strike

Nayuta’s strike










Nayuta takes on a flying….chicken…thing










Blastin’ enemies










Nayuta no Kiseki hits Japan for the PSP on July 26, 2012.  No word on a west-bound release as of yet.

Want to keep up to date? Check out these pages:

-Nayuta no Kiseki Official Site 

-Nihon Falcom Facebook page

-Nihon Falcom Twitter

-XSeed Games Facebook page

Source,  and  Source

Played Trails in the Sky, and excited about new releases by Nihon Falcom?  Comment below!

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