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Romancing SaGa 2

Super Nintendo

Game Description:

Romancing SaGa 2 is considered by many to be the best of the series. Since I can’t read Japanese and there’s no translations that are far enough along to judge that statement, I’ll pass it along with no guarantees.

It does sound cool, however. Much like RS3 (which I have played), the game has a system of learning techniques from fighting and such rather than experience. The game also has a system where character age and die and pass on their skills to younger generations, though I’m not sure that the story line is specifically tailored around that, as it is in Phantasy Star III (for Sega Genesis).

Hopefully someday I’ll be able to write a more complete review.

Translation Description:

It’s not often you see a patch from waaaay back in 1997. Fortunately, it’s a somewhat decent translation, for the most part. Menus are done, as is the intro, and the dialogue (what little there is) up to the first cave. It’s nice to use if you just want to see what the game’s like I guess, though Gilhide’s patch surpasses this one in pretty much everything.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Romancing Sa-Ga 2 (Japan).sfc - NOINTRO
  • CRC32: 54A585BC
  • MD5: 15D446F6C85C200D22DFC490E2C3ECD6
  • SHA-1: 0D3423A9D7E315A15FF8A3BE588C65BD110E3D65
  • SHA-256: A2E6B09E6C3E9898CD3178DE724BC52840398CA7F39407306316D701B4784A46

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