Seven by-standers of different races get dragged into important missions.

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Seven stories in one game. A girl chooses whether she'll be human or Bogey (mystic). A woman get's revenge on a serial killer. An innocent creature takes on a form of a boy so he can get sacred jewelery. A normal boy becomes a sentai hero. A magician must destroy his twin. A robot must find out about itself. A young man must move out and find out his purpose in life. Written by Jenova Synthesis <mayu_roxx@hotmail.com>

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Four races, seven heroes, seven adventures... one masterpiece.


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Quit bashing this game already!!!
27 July 1999 | by (Jigoku) – See all my reviews

Come on RPG junkies,this RPG isn't that bad,it's actually pretty innovative in some ways,not to mention plot twisting and turning.I actually think this and EHRGEIZ are the best PSX Square games around!"SaGa Frontier" isn't quite made for an American audience (like Xenogears or Parasite Eve),but that's okay,personally,I like RPGs like that!Remember,just because it's hard,has SNES-type graphics or has a storyline that may be unpalatable for the typical RPG fanatics like you,don't be closed-minded. If you don't like it, fine with me,but don't force that on others that wanna try games like this!


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