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    Unlimited SaGa

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Jun 17, 2003

    Unlimited SaGa is a Japanese RPG with experimental (even for a SaGa game) gameplay akin to tabletop RPGs

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    The ninth main entry in the SaGa series, released by Squaresoft in 2002. Like previous SaGa games, the game is non-linear and open-ended, but unlike previous games, its gameplay resembles that of a table-top RPG.


    Famitsu gave Unlimited SaGa decent scores: (8/8/8/7) or 31/40.

    Western critics, on the other hand, panned the game for the overly confusing gameplay mechanics even though they praised the soundtrack and art style. Despite this, the game has developed a small yet loyal following that likes the game for the same reasons others did not. Because of this, Unlimited SaGa can be considered a cult classic like previous games in the series.


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