Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend 2 brings the classic RPG to the Nintendo Switch as part of a trilogy edition. Does this 30-year-old game still stand the test of time?
Final Fantasy Legend II (SaGa 2 Hihoudensetsu)
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Square Enix’s bundle of the first three SaGa games is heading to PC and mobile. The mobile versions will arrive in September, with the Steam release to follow a month later.
Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend is now available on Nintendo Switch. The collection features the first three games in the SaGa series, which originally launched under the Final Fantasy Legend moniker in the west.
Square Enix has released a new trailer for upcoming Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend. The bundle of the first three SaGa games is currently scheduled for release on December 15, 2020.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss Final Fantasy Legend 2 and why people should play it. We also discuss some more Metal Max.
The SaGa series started over 30 years ago, though was released under the moniker Final Fantasy Legend in the west. Square Enix is giving Switch owners the chance to check out the original three games, first released on Game Boy, this December.
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