Enjoy another classic 16-bit RPG from Warfare Studios of Vagrant Hearts, Ashes of Immortality and Valiant fame, and embark on a quest with Viktor as he makes new friends, experiences dreams, and discovers his destiny.
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Mixed (22 reviews) - 59% of the 22 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Nov 13, 2015

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Last Heroes is an RPG developed by Warfare Studios, the team already behind Vagrant Hearts, Ashes of Immortality, Valiant: Resurrection and Midnight's Blessing.


Viktor is the new king of Abakam, but powerful forces are moving to destroy him and his kingdom. At the forefront of the resistance is Viktor's own brother, Viper. Viper wants Viktor's crown and he will do anything to get it.

To stop his brother, Viktor must embark on a quest. Along the way Viktor will make new friends, experience dreams, and discover his destiny.

Best-selling games by Warfare Studios

Vagrant Hearts
Valiant: Resurrection
Ashes of Immortality
Midnight's Blessing

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 50 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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46 of 61 people (75%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
8.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 13, 2015
Last Heroes is a generic RPGmaker JRPG. That previous sentence essentially summarizes everything you will expect to experience from this game. The combat, the map, the controls, the menus and even the story seem like your standard fare that anyone with moderate competence in RPGmaker could put together. The options are limited to nonexistent and the depth or personalization or "role playing" is limited as well. Normally I abstain from incorporating price into a review for a game, however I feel for this game it is appropriate, even despite its cookie cutter appearance and a story which lacks originality, the game can still be an enjoyable experience, and it is served up as a cheap/budget title that runs the price of around a cheap hamburger. Relative to that, it is much more filling, it offers a story, that will offer some entertainment from its experience, that is why I recommend it.

I played more of the game in offline mode, hours tracked only when online.
Also for those who don't know Alt + Enter brings the game to fullscreen, worth mentioning.
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32 of 42 people (76%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
9.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 20, 2015
not recommended

- no quests
- no achievements
- no secrets
- all dungeons are the same (with 2 enemy types)
- linear gameplay, its not rpg, its a .. ~visual novel
- battles: mass heal + mass attack
- nothing interesting in the story

+ no grinding
+ short
+ cards
+ cheap
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15 of 19 people (79%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 2, 2015
I've played the game for 3 hours and at this point I'm not sure I have much positive to say about it. Standard RPG story, world threatened by crazy person you have to stop it by collecting item with powers. Dialogue isn't the best there are spelling and grammar errors, that are pretty obvious. At times conversations just comes off as clunky and to forced for a game that trys to act as serious as this one does.

Character wise i find myself not connecting to much with any of them. There is little moments at the start where you play as each but not much in it makes me CARE about them or get much of a backstory to why they are who they are. 3 hours in and I would like to have a favorite character but really I don't. If any of them killed over at this point I don't think I would really care all that much. King is a good guy whose morally sound but very little is fleshed out with him other than his reluctance to be king. Rough around the edges woman who likes to fight, likes to fight. Deadbeat theif and a girl raised in a small town who can use magic round out my party at this point. There are little things here and there to give a little more backstory but I can't for the life of me say they made me grow attach to them.

Grinding up your level is difficult because once you clear the dungeon you have to leave completely for it to reset, no leaving a room and coming back to reset it. I did have to grind for the first boss I encountered and it was a pain seeing as there are no over world encounters either.

I get this is an rpg maker game that sells normally for $1.99, and thus not a high budget game, thus i shouldn't be that hard on it. Still the fact that they just seem to use recycled sprites and those points listed above, leaves me with the feeling they just didn't CARE about this world or the story they were crafting. It's obvious they have made other games just from reading the discription to this one, so it can't be said that they are new to this. There is very little creativity put into the area's you travel and other than hunting down treasure chest, there is very little incentive to explore the world and form any kind of attachment to it. Perhaps if i played it a bit longer I would change my mind but honestly I just don't feel the need to put the effort into leveling characters in a world that I feel no attachment too at this point.

If your going to buy it, pick it up on sale like I did i wouldn't drop the normal purchase price for it.
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15 of 24 people (63%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
7.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 4
My full review can be found here.

Last Heroes is your typical, run-of-the-mill RPGMaker game. The king's brother is angry he wasn't crowned king and now wants to take control of four powerful relics so that he can rule the world. Your "unlikely" group of peope - the king, a magician, a thief, and a knight - will journey through dungeons trying to retrieve said relics before the angry brother can.

The title is fairly short (3-5 hours), and the dungeons all feel the same (perhaps because the majority of the dungeons in the game you go through twice). Enemies don't respawn, meaning you can't grind. Some enemies drop orbs so that you can buff stats, but since enemies don't respawn, you can't grind them. Not all of the chests refill when you make your return visits either.

I have a hard time finding a reason to recommend Last Heroes. The game is plagued with spelling and grammar errors, and there are some really cheap strategies you can use to beat all of the bosses (including the final boss). There are better RPGMaker titles out there, so unless you really want something that is short and basic, then give this game a pass.
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2015
It's an RPG like many others, but the classes have different roles, the magician has the same set of skills, but the knight is usually your tank in many RPGs, but in this game the knight is your effect influencer, inflicting many different types of effects, and your thief is usually your item taker and gold gainer, but in this game the thief serves it's purpose just like the synergist and saboteur from final fantasy's job was, to buff your party and debuff the enemy, and your king, he has the job of medic and mage, healing your team raising your teammates curing them of effects like attack down, defence down, sleep, or paralysis. I found myself completing the game in around 3 hours of ingame time, mainly because I found an exploit. I won't say what the exploit is. I'll let you figure that out. I recommend that you pick this game up if you have a lot of free time and you need something to do. ;)
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 18
An rpg in the classic style, Last Heroes finds three brothers at odds over who should really have been named king after the passing of their father. One brother is the game's hero (Viktor) and king of the land, another (Viper) has nefarious plans to unseat the hero by finding 4 relics that will give him the power he needs, and the third is reluctantly in the middle of the conflict.
There are other characters rounding out Viktor's group as they set out to find the relics first so the land will be safe. A simple enough beginning to a story that expands as you go. And you do go to many places to hunt down the relics ---- all with their treasures to find, secrets to discover, and enemies to battle.
Enemies do not reappear, so you can't level up by repeatedly fighting ---- instead, you have to carefully manage the money, items, weapons, spells, etc. that you gather along the way.
And, as you let the story unfold, it draws you in bit by bit.

Originally released some time ago, the graphics and music hold up nicely, and you will soon enough find yourself absorbed in the task of seeing what happens next, who is allied with who and why, and finding out about the different characters' individual backstories. I'm happy to see this one arrive on Steam, and believe it to be an excellent addition to my rpg game library.
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
4.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 8
Bog-standard RPGMaker game made with stock assets. Generic, repetitive, and poorly proofread. Not bad enough to actually make me angry, just rather dull and not worth the time I spent playing it.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
4.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 11
It is my opinion that a good game could be made with stock RPG Maker Stock Assets. This game brings its own assets to the table as well, but the majority comes from the people who made RPG Maker. I would have forgiven that: the graphics don't really matter to me so long as the core gameplay--and the story, for me personally--are interesting. The grammar errors in most of the dialogue, unpolished battle system with no challenge, and disregard for sidequests or exploration in general holds this game back from being worth the $1.99 it costs. It's not horrible, but it's a far sight from good.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: September 6
Worse game ever, just repeating each area with differant background. Boss fights are almost impossible and ive olny had 2.No way to grind, once killed enemys do not respawn.Good , only cost me .79 cents.
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 17
Blimey! That was short!
Still, if you're in the mood for a bit of classic RPG action without all that bothersome grinding,
convoluted plot twists and dedicating 40+ hours of your life to it, then maybe this one's for you?
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0.2 hrs
Posted: September 1
low graph for this game, but it's ok ..
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8.0 hrs
Posted: July 22
Short sweet Jrpg.
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1.7 hrs
Posted: July 10
Literally the worst RPG I have ever encountered. Forced myself to get further in this abysmal storyline just to see if it got better. Bad idea. Really isn't well maintained, spelling and grammar is no where near where it needs to be for a successful game to be taken seriously.

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7.6 hrs
Posted: May 28
I was really hoping to give this game a good review, but alas, I can't.
The map(s) are really short, and you come back to them at least twice each. Yes, twice EACH.
The castle, OH THE CASTLE. You come back to it a hundred thousand times. You NEED to come back to it after every each mission as the main heroes.
Then there's the dialogues. Pretty standard RPG dialogues go to along with the "fetch the relics to save the world" story.
Not impressed at all, specially coming from Warfare and Aldorlea.
I just played to the end, in the hopes the sequels are a bit better so I can give them a positive review...
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