Romancing SaGa 2 Slated for Smartphones in March, for Vita After Final Adjustments
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official Twitter account of the Romancing SaGa 2 PlayStation Vita and smartphone re-release announced on February 24 that the game's iOS and Android version is slated for release toward the end of March. The Twitter account added that the PS Vita version is still unstable, so Square Enix will decide a release date for that version after it has adjusted the game to perform better.
The game was originally slated for release in winter.
The re-release will retain the character sprites from the original 1993 SNES game, but the backgrounds and battle graphics will be new. The game will include the additional classes and a dungeon that were included with the 2010 mobile version of the game.
Square Enix released the Makai Tōshi SaGa (The Final Fantasy Legend in North America) in 1989. Since then, there have been many installments in the series, including ports and remakes. The last full-fledged SaGa game, Unlimited Saga, shipped in 2003. Square Enix will release SaGa Scarlet Grace on the PlayStation Vita in 2016.