Sit upon the throne of the Varennes Empire and control several generations of rulers in a valiant battle against the Seven Heroes. A dynamic freeform scenario system - a hallmark of the million-selling SaGa RPG series - enables you to take command of a variety of protagonists along the line of imperial succession and experience the history of a nation as it grows and changes based on your actions.
• Experience a compelling narrative that served as the cornerstone of the title's success on its initial release back in 1993.
• Use weapons and martial arts in heated battles to learn and master new combat techniques.
• Take advantage of each character attributes, learn new battle formations, concoct spells and temper weapons to grow the Varennes Empire.
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ILLUSTRATION: TOMOMI KOBAYASHI
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Saga/Romancing Saga/Final Fantasy Legend or whatever you want to call it is a classic jRPG series from the golden age of the genre - 1990s and not only that, but from one of the best in the industry back in the day, Square. Back in the day, the only games from this series we got were the FF Legend and unless you got bootleg back in the day, you probably never played it. Graphics for the day were totally fine, but if you wondered why it didn't make it to the west until playstation days, the answer is simple - it didn't stand out or wasn't even a match for other titles that we got, be it Final Fantasy 2 and 3 (or 4 and 6 by todays count), Secret of Mana, among other classics. It is nice that we got the chance to officialy play it, but while graphics did age well, the game doesn't even stand a chance next to Chrono Trigger, Breath of Fire or other games - we got spoiled by all those great jRPG that it might be hard to look at it fairly, because it is decent game. Just not good enough. What dissapoints about this release is that it is mobile port that is pretty bad and there are some problems with it on PC, be it constant crashes or slowdown. Overall, great we got this re-release for PC after all those years and it is nice discovery, but you're better off with mobile port, which is much cheaper. The game itself is good, so if you're starving for some new jRPG after replaying countless of others from those days, you should give it a try. You won't be disappointed.
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