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Mike Salbato
Romancing SaGa 2 Coming To Just About Every Platform Next Week
Yes, even Vita!
12.08.17 - 10:44 AM

It was May of last year when Square Enix released Romancing SaGa 2 on mobile platforms, but rumors quickly swirled about an upcoming Vita release.

Well, today the company has announced Romancing SaGa is finally making its English debut on Sony's venerable handheld. Not only that, but on December 15th, Romaning SaGa 2 will also be available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Steam, and Windows 10.

Romancing SaGa PS4 Switch Vita

The game may have updated visuals and audio since its 1993 release, but as you can see, it doesn't suffer from Final Fantasy V/VI re-release syndrome, and still features crisp sprite work, and weird, intricate monster designs right out of the 16-bit era.

This modern version also features new character classes, a new dungeon, and a New Game+ mode.


Romancing SaGa PS4 Switch Vita


There's more screens in our updated Romancing SaGa 2 gallery, and a brand-new trailer here:


When the game launches on December 15th, it will be 20% off until January 8th, so pick it up early!


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