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SaGa 2015 to Have a New Battle System
Lots of changes coming to the popular series.
01.06.15 - 12:08 AM

With SaGa 2015 currently in the works for the PlayStation Vita, series creator Akitoshi Kawazu recently tweeted new details for the game:

"SaGa 2015 will have all kinds of battle elements. I believe that elements that were used in SaGa such as 'battle formation,' 'cooperation,' and 'flash' will not be a point of focus this time around. As long as it's new and fun, I believe anything can be added in the game. However, the 'new' part is what is difficult."

Based on Kawazu's tweet we can expect new features coming to the battle system. It is important to note that his tweet does not mean that the aforementioned elements will not be included in the game, just that they will not be a primary focus. Combine this with the recently announced free-scenario system (where story events can be tackled in any order) and multiple playable protagonists and SaGa 2015 is shaping up to be a very different experience than the previous games.

SaGa 2015 will release on the Vita in 2015.


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