Reviews and Problems with The Legend of Heroes: A Tear of Vermillion
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The turn based fighting style was good too, if a little hard at times
29 July 2015
Summary: I found the story to be very captivating. The turn based fighting style was good too, if a little hard at times. It was my favorite out of the Legend of Heroes series that I played. I would like to have seen a bit more within the game / story.
Summary: Nihon Falcom is a Japanese developer whose flagship series include Ys, Dragon Slayer, and The Legend of Heroes. While the first installment of the last series for the TurboGrafx-16's CD attachment saw an English release, it would be a little over a decade and a half later before the series would see...
Summary: I say the closest thing to playing A Tear of Vermilion was Game Arts' incredible Lunar series (the first two games really, the Silver Star Story and Lunar Eternal Blue)....this game is a wonderful attempt to emulate that series' great storytelling and even-handed turn-based gameplay...
Summary: It's supposed to be the first game from the Gagharv trilogy from Falcom, but Namco released the game out of the original order. Play this game after Moonlight Witch, and A Song of the Ocean last.
Can bad translation really ruin a charming old school RPG?
Christopher Barrett "Evil Corgi", Amazon
17 May 2012
Summary: Think about this game like so many of the 16 bit RPGs, especially Lufia and others that were just off on the edge of mainstream RPGs. If you really compare it to games like those, then you might be able to give this a fair shake.