Legend Of Heroes: Zero No Keisei Evolution Sees October 18 Release

Sony RPG PS Vita News

Legend of Heroes: Zero no Keisei Evolution, the Playstation Vita version of Legend of Heroes: Zero no Keisei, has a final release date, according to Japanese store Chara-ani. The store lists an October 18 release date as the final release date. There will be three versions of the game available. In stores Japan-wide, there will be both standard and limited editions available. Standard editions will be priced at ¥6,090, while limited editions will be priced at ¥9,800. A downloadable version will also be available for ¥5,040.

The limited edition of the game will include “a Nendoroid Puchi figure, a carrying pouch, a cleaning cloth, a soundtrack and an original drama CD”. Legend of Heroes: Zero no Keisei Evolution will feature full voice acting, higher resolution graphics and mini-games utilising the Vita’s unique features. Below are some screenshots released from the announcement, including the boxart and the limited edition.

Source: Andriasang


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