Square Enix's Akitoshi Kawazu, director of the SaGa series, says he doesn't want to go back to Final Fantasy. He hopes to bring more SaGa games to the West. And, believe it or not, that jarring ending to Blue's campaign in SaGa Frontier was totally intentional.
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I have a confession to make: I didn't play SaGa Frontier this week. I know, I know. I'm terrible. But over the past couple of weeks I've been playing through Final Fantasy VI in hopes of reviewing it on Kotaku -- because we only cover the newest and hottest games -- and then I got a review copy of Danganronpa 2, and now everything's just all over the place.
Briefly: A Square Enix mobile developer has recently talked to Famitsu about a pair of new SaGa and Mana games that will "stay true to all and PlayStation era". The developer also mentioned that Square Enix's second mobile division would be "helping out" with the games.