XSEED Games registers domains for Corpse Party: Blood Drive, Xanadu Next, and Trails of Cold Steel [Update]

Sen no Kiseki and other localizations incoming?

The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki

XSEED Games has registered various new domain names hinting at the localizations of several Japanese games.

The first domain, CorpsePartyBloodDrive.com, seems to suggest the PS Vita game Corpse Party: Blood Drive is headed westward.

The second domain, XanaduNext.com, seems to suggest Falcom’s recently announced Tokyo Xanadu 2005-launched PC game Xanadu Next is coming westward.

And finally, the company registered TrailsofColdSteel.com. None of the Japanese The Legend of Heroes games directly translate to this title, so it’s possible it could be one of the following unlocalized entries: The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki (Trails of Zero) The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki (Trails of Blue), The Legend of Heroes: Nayuta no Kiseki (Trails of Nayuta), or The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki (Trails of the Flash).

Thanks, NeoGAF.

Update: The domain LordofMagna.com was also registered, which suggests Marvelous’ Forbidden Magna is coming westward.

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