Reviews and Problems with The Legend of Heroes III: Song of the Ocean
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Decent conclusion to the Gagharv trilogy.
J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: When the first and second installment of the Legend of Heroes’ Gagharv trilogy came to North America thanks to Namco-Bandai, there arose some confusion in the numbering, with the second entry of the trilogy, A Tear of Vermillion, actually released outside Japan first and not given a Roman numeral, and the first of the trilogy localized under the title The Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch.
Summary: Part of one of the best JRPG franchises in my opinion, Legend of Heroes A Song of the Ocean is the last of three great PSP games. It's an incredible game, but Namco's localization is far from being good.
Summary: Legend of Heroes is a series of RPG's, which is characterized by its missions of research, and vast array of types, to the point to confuse the main secondary. This is not bad, quite the contrary, it is an incentive for high schools and make the game last longer than normal. The English game is intermediate, but quite understandable. Namco Bandai was able to make this a location to match the series.