SaGa Frontier (1997)

Video Game  -  Adventure | Crime | Fantasy  -  1 August 1998 (USA)
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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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Fun game!
14 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

Ya know, I don't care what people say about the SaGa series. To me, it is plenty of fun. The SaGa series is a non-linear RPG series by Square that focuses not on one character, but many.

There is Blue, the wizard whom must hunt out his twin brother.

There is Red, a sentai-like hero whom must save his family.

There is Coon/Riki, a cute little critter whom must save his/her/it's world from rotting away.

There is the robot T260G, a robot that ponders its existance.

There is Emilia, a model/actress whom is falsely accused of killing her husband and must find the assassin whom killed him.

There is Asellus, a girl whom was ressurected by the mystic emperor and must ponder about her destiny and mystic kind.

And finally, there is Lute, a young boy whom gets caught in all the journeys.

How people cannot like this game is beyond me. It is quite addictive and there is alot to see and do in SF. But one problem is, that some quests and monsters can be FRUSTRATING! But then again, this IS a non-linear game.

Play the SaGa series and give it a chance.


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