Collection of SaGa: Final Fantasy Legend announced for SwitchIncludes Final Fantasy Legend I, II, and III.
Square Enix has announced Collection of SaGa: Final Fantasy Legend for Switch. It will launch on December 15 worldwide. In Japan, it is titled SaGa Collection.
Collection of SaGa: Final Fantasy Legend includes ports of The Final Fantasy Legend (Makai Toushi SaGa in Japan), Final Fantasy Legend II (SaGa 2: Hihou Densetsu), and Final Fantasy Legend III (SaGa 3: Jikuu no Hasha).
In Japan, Square Enix will also release a Square Enix e-Store-exclusive “SaGa 30th Anniversary BOX” for 14,500 yen, which includes a download code for the collection, the SaGa series novel SaGa: Re-imagining Stories, the music CD “SaGa 1, 2, and 3 Piano Trio Arrangements Tracks,” and a SaGa series medal set.
Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:
In celebration of the SaGa series’ 30th anniversary, the first three games in the series are coming to Nintendo Switch in one collection!
- The first Game Boy RPG to sell over a million units and the memorable first installment of the series: The Final Fantasy Legend.
- A title that gained popularity through its refined gameplay system and the journey through a diverse world: Final Fantasy Legend II.
- A unique story that travelled across time that featured a new and an innovative character leveling system.: Final Fantasy Legend III.
Experience the origins of the SaGa series with the Collection of SaGa: Final Fantasy Legend, the first complete port of these hugely popular titles.
The collection includes new enhancements like high-speed mode as well as features unique to the Nintendo Switch, such as adjustable screen magnification and game screen background customization. Featuring compatibility with, of course, handheld mode, but also with TV mode and tabletop mode. Furthermore, this game also revives the nostalgia of playing the original by enabling vertical usage of the console after removing the Joy-Cons. Take your collection on the go with handheld mode, share your journey with your Nintendo Switch in TV mode, or remove the Joy-Cons and turn your Nintendo Switch vertically for a retro Game Boy experience.
Watch the announcement video below. View the first screenshots at the gallery. Visit the Japanese official website here.