I have been waiting for over two months of mobile games from Square Enix, the world’s leading game development and game company.
Well-known today, Pi Liam has released a new global version of the game after it was announced in April 2020, Romancing SaGa: Re; univerSe after the announcement. The launch has started allowing game fans to pre-register.
In the past week, Square Enix released the Soft Launch version first so that some countries can play before anyone else, including Canada, Italy, and Singapore. A week ago, this game was ready for the Global version in many countries. The world will experience this classic RPG.
Any gamer looking for classic RPG style games has to look at Romancing SaGa: Re; univerSe, a work from the godfather of RPG-style games that are accepted worldwide. It can be downloaded in both Android and iOS. No need to go abroad anymore because this is a Free to Play game that presents the classic SaGa series franchise, including 16 Bit graphic style graphics, olden days, beautiful music that Pi Liam paid special attention to, and various fighting systems that have maintained its original form.
Romancing SaGa Re; universe is a true JRPG mobile game, which is the work of Square Enix, nicknamed “RPG godfather.” Therefore, we can be sure that the Content Story Character system will be at an extraordinary level. Including well-designed soundtracks to make the game even better.
The classic image that will be the protagonist of this game, which will be a pixel, looks exciting.
This game is a sequel to the legendary number game series from 1995. Which has been remastered and released on the platform for fun in 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam), PS Vita, iOS, and Android.
Personally, Romancing SaGa Re; the universe is considered to be a class-specific game too, with the visual work being somewhat retro-classic, which modern gamers have never played or known as franchises. Therefore, we must wait to see the feedback from players around the world because it does not have many fans in Japan.