Romancing SaGa 3 and SaGa SCARLET GRACE: Ambitions Are Heading West

Romancing SaGa, originally coming to America on the Gameboy as THE FINAL FANTASY LEGEND is a long-standing franchise, and two of the unreleased titles will be coming to North America and Europe. These HD remastered editions will hit console and mobile devices – Romancing SaGa 3 and SaGa SCARLET GRACE: AMBITIONS are coming west. Newcomers and longtime fans of the franchise can shape their own adventures with one of four protagonists, Urpina, Taria, Balmant, and Leonard, each with their own unique storyline, allowing players to enjoy four different RPGs in one title, in SaGa SCARLET GRACE: AMBITIONS.

Developed by industry veterans including legendary developer Akitoshi Kawazu, director of Romancing SaGa, SaGa Frontier and THE FINAL FANTASY LEGEND, Romancing SaGa 3 originally released in Japan in 1995. This brand-new HD remaster introduces optimized graphics, new dungeons to explore, new scenarios to experience and a new game+ function.

AMBITIONS will build upon the original Japanese release with improvements and additions, such as improved graphics, character voiceovers, skills, weapons and more. Players will have access to over 70 allies to add to their party, to create a wealth of tactical possibilities with the new turn-based timeline system.  Romancing SaGa 3 arrives on the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Playstation Vita, Xbox One, Windows 10, Steam, iOS and App Store. SaGa SCARLET GRACE: AMBITIONS will hit the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, App Store and Google Play.

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