<p>Square Enix has revealed its cult classic RPG SaGa Frontier is getting a HD remaster for mobile devices in next summer, officially called SaGa Frontier Remastered.</p><p>Originally released in the West in 1998 for the Sony PlayStation, the game takes place in a science fantasy universe called The Regions, which are a group of worlds united by varying degrees of culture, technology and unique species. You play as one of seven protagonists, each with their own story and goals. It’s very non-linear, thanks to the game’s Free Scenario System which lets you travel freely between many locations.</p><p>The reveal of SaGa Frontier Remastered came in a live stream for Square Enix’s Romancing SaGa Re;universe in Japan. Part of the ongoing SaGa Project has included Western releases of Romancing SaGa 3, SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions and popular mobile game Romancing SaGa Re;univerSe, so there is definitely a resurging amount of interest in the franchise.</p><p>SaGa Frontier Remastered is overseen by Akitoshi Kawazu, who has worked on the series in the past as well as several Final Fantasy games. The updated version will introduce a whole host of new improvements and additions, such as remastered graphics, new story content, new characters and new skills. There’ll be something there for both newcomers and long-time fans alike.</p><p>SaGa Frontier Remastered is headed for iOS and Android next summer, as part of Square Enix’s more recent drive to bring its classics to modern platforms. It’s also coming to PlayStation 4 (and presumably PS5 via backwards compatibility), PC on Steam, and Nintendo Switch. There are no store pages available yet but we’ll be sure to update you when there is more to report.</p>If you enjoy role playing games, particularly classic JRPGs, we have a list here naming some of the best ones you can play on your iPhone and iPad.Super simple controls, a fun, and bizarre art style, and pick-and-end gameplay make the Battlelands Royal a game that you do not want to put down.
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<p>Narrative adventures often rely on two things to keep our interest - art and story. The Wolf's Bite certainly has the art style down, so let's hope it reads as good as it looks.</p><p>The Wolf's Bite is a 1v1, narrative adventure 'with an entrepreneur fairy tale twist'. After struggling in the competitive residential demolition business, the Big Bad Wolf decides to make a change in career, and join the restaurant business. However, the Three Little Pigs have it out for Big Bad Wolf and conspire against him and his new restaurant, The Wolf's Bite.</p><p>The overall goal depends entirely on what side you decide to take. If you're on the Wolf's side, you'll have to make your restaurant a success. If you're on the Pigs' side, you'll have to sabotage the other player.</p><p>With over 375 unique paths to take throughout the game and 20 different endings, you'll be able to have a few whacks at the game and get varied results. But you know what they say - if at first you don't succeed, eat the little piggies and blow their houses down. Wait...I think I got that wrong.</p><p>Read more about The Wolf's Bite on the game's forum page. It's due to hit iOS sometime in autumn; potentially late September.</p>
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<p>Let's get nostalgic as Retro-bit remakes the old-school Game Boy and recreates that classic experience with Super Retro Boy. <p>A new backlit console for GB, GBA, and GBC cartridges. Bring new life to your favorite games with the #SuperRetroBoy! #RetroBit pic.twitter.com/cjVKuf0zsb— Retro-Bit (@RetroBitGaming) January 6, 2017 In the past year there's been a bunch of re-vamps and recreations in classic gaming, from the NES Classic Mini to a teeny version of the Megadrive, but this takes the cake. With a rechargeable battery and ten hours of battery life, a lot of classic gamers are going to be very happy.</p><p>With a very similar design to the classic Game Boy, the Super Retro Boy isn't all over identical (for obvious legal reasons). With support for Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance cartridges, its layout is near perfect to the tradition device. That is, bar the fact Retro-bit has converted the L and R bumpers into face buttons alongside A and B on the front. I don't know how to feel about that.</p><p>Coming to America this August, the Super Retro Boy is slated to cost about $79.99. Whether this'll be a country-exclusive or if the rest of the world will get it eventually we'll have to wait and see. Let us know what you think in the comments below.</p><p>Source: The Verge</p><p>Source: Nintendo LifeAnne slipped noiselessly from the veranda and found her way across the yard. Beyond, she heard voices in the gloom and saw the dim glow of a light. At the gate she met two men--Captain Jim with a lantern, and another who she knew must be Dick Moore--a big man, badly gone to fat, with a broad, round, red face, and vacant eyes. Even in the dull light Anne got the impression that there was something unusual about his eyes.
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