Over the weekend, Square Enix held a live Star Ocean event in Japan that brought together fans of the RPG series with creators and voice actors for a day of livestreamed festivities. Fans hoping to get news on a new Star Ocean for consoles had their hopes dashed, though, as the spotlight was firmly pointed on the…
We just got a whole bunch of awesome Nintendo Switch game announcements in today’s Nintendo Direct, but as usual, Japan got a little bit extra. Here are the announcements you didn’t see if you only watched the U.S. Direct.
Square Enix’s Akitoshi Kawazu, director of the SaGa series, says he doesn’t want to go back to Final Fantasy. He hopes to bring more SaGa games to the West. And, believe it or not, that jarring ending to Blue’s campaign in SaGa Frontier was totally intentional.
As promised, Square Enix RPG Romancing Saga 2 arrives on iOS and Android this week. Never released outside of Japan, the remastered version of the Super Famicom classic will be available on May 26 for $17,99.
To those of you out there who have been holding your breath since 1993 waiting for a western release of Romancing SaGa 2, it’s time to exhale. After 23 years, Square’s finally bringing it here.
The SaGa series gets a totally new title with SaGA Scarlet Grace. It’s headed to the PS Vita next year in Japan.
I’ve been taking Saga for granted. Some of you have been taking Saga for granted. Let’s not do that. This comic book is a miracle. One that will make you cry.
Check out the trailer for Imperial SaGa, the newest game in Square Enix’s SaGa series, now with English. Yes, English!
It's no secret that George R.R. Martin is an old-school comics nerd, a guy who wrote fan letters to Marvel Comics back in the day. Surely, well off as he must be, somebody's running to get his comics for him, right? Nope. He gets them himself. Sometimes, he brings Game of Thrones actresses with him, too.
First introduced to North American audiences as the first Game Boy role-playing game, Final Fantasy Legend, the SaGa series returns after a lengthy hiatus in the newly-announced SaGa 2015 for the PlayStation Vita.
A new 3DS RPG by the folks who worked on the SaGa series? Yes, please. This one had better get out of Japan.
This reel of cosplayers from Heroes Con 2014 has some of the staples you'd expect, like multiple versions of Deadpool, Spider-Man and Captain America. But I wasn't prepared for the magnificence that is Prince Robot IV from Saga. Look at that TV-head. It's glorious.
A Square Enix mobile developer has recently talked to Famitsu (via Siliconera) about a pair of new SaGa and Mana games which will "stay true to all [our] memories from the [SNES] and PlayStation era." The developer also mentioned that Square Enix's second mobile division would be "helping out" with the games.
She'll make your PlayStation Vita virtually sing. Today Sega announced a March release for the portable version of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f. The PlayStation 3 version, released in North America last year, was one of my top ten games of 2013. This one is just like that, only with a touch screen. Joy!
Yesterday, all of the internet was ablaze with the news that Saga #12—Image Comics' sci-fi adventure drama by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples—was being blocked from iPads and iPhones by Apple. A new announcement from digital comics purveyor Comixology indicates that they, not Apple, were to blame. It also says that…
The producer of the Final Fantasy music game wants to make a Dragon Quest music game. And a Saga music game. And maybe even a Chrono Trigger music game.