Square Enix Bringing Collection of SaGa: Final Fantasy Legend to Smartphone and PC in Coming Months

Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the SaGa franchise, Square Enix has announced they will be releasing Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend on mobile devices from 22 September 2021 and on PC (via Steam) a month later on 21 October 2021.

Following the Nintendo Switch release of this collection in 2020, this anniversary edition features the first three titles in a single collection – known in the west as THE FINAL FANTASY LEGEND, FINAL FANTASY LEGEND II, and FINAL FANTASY LEGEND III. Created by Akitoshi Kawazu and originally released on Game Boy in 1990, they hope that ” long-time fans will enjoy a faithful recreation of these classic 8-bit titles in this nostalgic, pioneering adventure”.

Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend being an old-school RPG, may not be everyone’s cup of tea out of the box. Therefore, features such as a character speed boost will be implemented to make things go a little bit faster. Other features being introduced across both versions include:

  • Adjustable screen magnification
  • New commemorative music and illustrations
  • 4K-compatible mode (STEAM only)
  • Easy single-handed play (mobile only) 
  • A special anniversary song
  • 8 different in-game wallpapers
  • The option to play with either English or Japanese text.

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