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Romancing SaGa 2

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70.71% Overall Rank: 9820
PlayStation 4 Rank: 662
2017 Games Rank: 9798
2017 PlayStation 4 Rank: 662
Score based on 7 reviews

Description

Romancing SaGa 2, originally released only in Japan in 1993, has been completely remastered and now receives its first ever official English translation! No two players will experience the story in the same way The SaGa series is one of Square Enix's most beloved. The first three titles were originally branded overseas under the "FINAL FANTASY LEGEND" moniker , and garnered critical acclaim for their complex yet compelling combat system. Romancing SaGa 2 takes the varied gameplay of other entries in the series and combines it with an open-ended free-form scenario system whose story is as vast as the world in which it plays out. The player takes the role of a succession of emperors, painting the history of the world with each and every action. Familiar series hallmarks such as formations and glimmers make a return in this unique title. Story It all begins with the song of a lone bard in a bustling pub. Great nations such as the Varennes Empire, which had once ensured peace throughout the world, stagnated and atrophied over the course of centuries, and sinister forces started emerging in outlying areas. Ere long, peace spiraled into war and the common folk spoke in hushed words of the Seven Heroeshistorical figures who saved the world once and who, it was hoped, would do so again. Additional Elements *New dungeons *New classes: diviner and ninja *New Game+ *Autosave *UI specifically designed for smartphones Android 4.2.2 or above recommended. Not compatible with all devices.
Release Date: December 15, 2017

Latest Reviews

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GamingTrend 01/23/18 Review 90 out of 100
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Hardcore Gamer 01/02/18 Review 3.5 out of 5
RPG Site 12/20/17 Review 7 out of 10