Romancing SaGa remastered versions of Minstrel Song announced for PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, PC and mobile devices

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Along with high-resolution visuals, there will be other enhancements and “new elements.” Originally released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2, Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song features eight different characters, each with their own narratives. Exploration is nonlinear but compared to the original, the visuals are in full 3D. It also supports quick saves in the field and dungeons, Combination Attacks in combat and much more.

This Winter, a remaster of Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song will be released, which is a remake of the original Romancing SaGa. For the PS4, PS5, PC, Nintendo Switch, PC (through Steam), iOS, and Android, Romancing SaGa -Minstrel Song- Remastered has been revealed. It’s a remaster of Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song, which is a remake of the first Romancing SaGa, and it’ll be released this Winter. Below is a trailer for the film’s debut.


  • Unfortunately, it didn’t receive much critical praise, scoring a 58 Metascore based on 23 reviews (though the user score is slightly better, averaging 7.9 with 41 reviews). Time will tell if Square Enix has improved the gameplay while enhancing visuals. In the meantime, check out the official Japanese website here.  Tagged With: android, iOS, nintendo switch, pc, ps4, ps5, Romancing SaGa -Minstrel Song- Remastered, Square Enix


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