COMMAND GENERATIONS OF A ROYAL LINEAGE IN ROMANCING SAGA 2 (Video)
Square Enix’s RPG classic Romancing SaGa 2 makes its debut on Western shores for the first time on iOS and Android devices. While maintaining the feel of the original 1993 release, the second entry in the beloved Romancing SaGa series has been fully revamped for mobile devices with updated background and battle graphics, optimized touch screen controls and an auto-save feature to support on-the-go play, anywhere at any time. Now, a new generation of gamers can experience Romancing SaGa 2 with new classes, original dungeons and the “New Game+” function allows players to carry over character attributes and items into a brand new game, enabling them to enjoy the story and obtain items they may have missed, or save lands and companions that were sacrificed originally.
Romancing SaGa 2 enables players the ability to freely explore with freeform scenarios, and fuses it with the imperial succession system that provides players the ability to adventure while taking command of a variety of protagonists and experience the history of a nation as it grows and changes. Additionally, the game introduced what has now become classic gameplay features of the SaGa series. Adventurers can learn new techniques with the Glimmers feature by using weapons and martial arts in battle, and also utilize Battle Formations to vary the attributes of characters depending on where they are placed within a particular formation.
Romancing SaGa 2 is available now for $17.99 on the App Store and the Google Play Store.
About Romancing SaGa 2:
The epic tale of Romancing SaGa 2 spans multiple generations of rulers of the Vareness Empire, fighting to bring an end to a brutal war across the ages. Players play as of a series of royal rulers in a valiant struggle against the Seven Heroes.
Romancing SaGa 2 is one of the many titles in the lauded SaGa roleplaying game series. In this popular entry, released for the Super Famicom in Japanese only in 1993 and boasting sales in excess of one million copies, the player’s struggle spans multiple generations as he assumes the role of a series of rulers of the Varennes Empire in a valiant struggle against the Seven Heroes. A free scenario system—a hallmark of the SaGa series—enables the player 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. This freedom of choice provides a compelling narrative that served as the cornerstone of the title’s success on its initial release.