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Square Enix is bringing SaGa: Scarlet Grace to iOS and Android

An English localization might be closer than you think

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Product: SaGa: Scarlet Grace | Publisher: Square Enix
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
The latest entry in Square Enix's SaGa series is coming to mobile later this year. SaGa: Scarlet Grace, which originally launched on the PlayStation Vita in 2016, was confirmed for Switch, PC, PS4, and iOS and Android later this year.

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Scarlet Grace centers on four main characters, all on different missions. Players cycle between the different characters as the non-linear plot unfolds. The game has been noted for its interesting strategic battle system, in which your skills develop the more you use them in combat.

The new ports include new character scenarios, voice overs, background music, and more. While these versions are only available in Japan, the PC port is a major hint that western versions could be dropping sometime in the near future. The PC market in Japan is not a strong one, meaning a western audience is likely the main target there. Here’s hoping an English version is announced after the Japanese launch.
 

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Jessica Famularo 10 March 2018
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