Blaze Union Released on Mobile in Japan

Sting has released the remaster of its tactical RPG Blaze Union: Story to Reach the Future on iOS and Android in Japan. The mobile release follows its release on Nintendo Switch in the country last month. There is currently no news regarding a western release for either the Switch or mobile versions of the game.

Blaze Union was originally released for PlayStation Portable in 2010 and has not been released outside of Japan. The game is a prequel set three years before the events of Yggdra Union: We’ll Never Fight Alone in the developer’s Dept. Heaven series. It follows a young man named Garlot and his band as they rise to become protectors of the people in the empire of Bronquia. The remaster includes upgraded graphics and gameplay enhancement, including new rewind and auto-save features.



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