Square Enix has announced that the classic JRPGs Romancing SaGa 3 and SaGA Scarlet Grace will get a western release.
Romancing SaGa 3 originally came out back in 1995 and was the sixth instalment in the franchise. Now, 24 years later, western fans can finally get their hands on a classic RPG that features a colourful cast of characters and a refined turn-based combat system.
While SaGA Scarlet Grace is a much later instalment, having released in 2016, the game carries on the SaGA formula of player-driven decision making.
Both games will have drastic consequences to player choices, adding tonnes of replay value as no two adventures will be the same. From deciding on hero backgrounds to devising intricate strategies, both SaGA titles will provide plenty of options for gamers to get their teeth stuck into.
Romancing SaGa 3 will arrive on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Switch, and Xbox One. SaGa Scarlet Grace, however, will only be releasing on PlayStation 4, Steam, and Switch.
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