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Basic Info
Console(s) Nintendo Switch
Publisher(s) Square Enix

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Release Info
Japan December 15, 2020
N. America December 15, 2020
Europe December 15, 2020

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Collection of SaGa FINAL FANTASY LEGEND is a compilation package of the the first three entries in the SaGa series, released for the Nintendo Switch in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the franchise. As these games were originally localized under the Final Fantasy banner in North America during the early 90's, the international title for the collection retains the original branding.


Official Square Enix website

Get ready for the SaGa of a lifetime!

The origins of the SaGa series – FINAL FANTASY LEGEND I, II and III are coming to Nintendo Switch!

To commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the much loved SaGa series, SQUARE ENIX presents a new celebratory compilation that brings the three original Game Boy titles SaGa, SaGa 2 and SaGa 3 (released as THE FINAL FANTASY LEGEND, FINAL FANTASY LEGEND II and FINAL FANTASY LEGEND III in North America) into one package for Nintendo Switch! (digital release only)

Featuring the first three classic titles of the SaGa series in their original form with newly added functions to improve player experience including:

  • Quick save / load
  • Character speed boost
  • Adjustable screen magnification
  • Game Boy display mode – mirroring original GB screen layout
  • New commemorative music and illustrations
  • Choose from 8 x different in-game wallpapers

Note that this game features English and Japanese text ONLY.


Collection of SaGa features unedited ports of the original three gameboy titles, aside from the above listed bonus features. Each game has its own sense of style and battle system in addition to an impressive amount of player freedom for the earliest portable RPGs, and allows players to assemble a four-character party of their choosing from humans, mutants (espers), monsters, and robots.

30th anniversary commemorative box

A collectors edition of the game was released in a limited run in Japan, at a price point of 14,500 yen and sold exclusively through Square Enix's web store. A 600-page overview of the series written by Akitoshi Kawazu, a five piece coin set featuring popular characters, a CD containing piano arraignments of each games OST, and a download code presented in ornate packaging are included with the addition of a decorative sleeve case featuring key illustrations from the series. No physical version of the game is present.


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  • Each game is represented by an icon based on an important aspect of its story: the first game's icon is the Creator's tower in which most of the adventure takes place, the second game's icon is the statue of the goddess Isis, and the third game's icon is the time traveling spaceship Talon.


External links

Official English website

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Gameboy series The Final Fantasy Legend  •  Final Fantasy Legend II  •  Final Fantasy legend III  •  Collection of SaGa
Romancing series Romancing SaGa  •  Romancing SaGa 2  •  Romancing SaGa 3  •  Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song
Frontier duo SaGa Frontier  •  SaGa Frontier 2
Individual titles Unlimited SaGa  •  SaGa: Scarlet Grace
Mobile titles Emperor SaGa  •  Imperial SaGa  •  Romancing SaGa Re;universe