Legaia 2 rated for PS4 in Europe

In other news, Volgarr the Viking coming to PlayStation platforms.

Legaia 2

The Pan European Game Information Board has rated Legaia 2 for PlayStation 4.

Legaia 2: Duel Saga first launched for PS2 in Japan in 2001, and was followed by a North American and European release in 2002. It will likely be one of the next PS2-on-PS4 titles.

Here’s an overview of the game, via PlayStation.com:


A magical crystal that supplies infinite water to the small village of Nohl is stolen by force, causing a solar eclipse that drowns the land in an evil light, making monsters more abundant and powerful and placing the village’s survival at stake. Now Lang, a rookie member of the Nohl militia, must fight his way across uncharted lands to recover the crystal and restore peace to the land.


  • Utilize special attack combos with the Tactical Arts System – a unique battle system never before seen in the RPG genre.
  • Call on elemental forces to battle enemies, heal injured friends, and destroy barriers.
  • Combine weapons and items to create new and more powerful weapons, tools, and items.
  • Add hours of gameplay with multiple side-missions and mini games including darts, slot machines, and roulette.

Volgarr the Viking, Crazy Viking Studios ‘hardcore arcade action’ game previously released on Xbox One and PC, was also rated for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

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