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Seven adventurers embark on separate quests, ultimately crossing paths with each other at the Festival of Regina Leone.


Akitoshi Kawazu


Junichi Shinomiya (script)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Hilary Haag ... Judy (voice) (as Hillary Haag)
Chris Patton ... Ventus (voice)
Kelli Cousins Kelli Cousins ... Laura / Norff (voice)
James Marshall ... Kurt (voice)
Vic Mignogna ... Mythe / Armand (voice)
Tiffany Grant ... Armic / Michelle (voice)
Jessica Boone ... Ruby (voice)
Kevin Corn Kevin Corn ... Henri (voice)
Marty Fleck Marty Fleck ... Josef / Clyde Blackstorm (Older) (voice)
Marcie Corder Marcie Corder ... Rebecca (voice)
Monica Rial ... Marie / Silver Girl (voice)
Greg Ayres ... Roy (voice) (as Greg Ayers)
Jason Douglas ... Nuage / Dagle Bos (voice)
Illich Guardiola ... Mordeus (voice) (as Illich Guardiolo)
Shelley Calene-Black ... Tiffon / Platphyllum (voice) (as Shelley Black)

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Seven adventurers have set out on diverse journeys. Laura, an ex-pirate mourning the death of her husband, is thrown back into adventure when she rescues a young boy on the run. Mythe, a brilliant, womanizing inventor searches the world for a mysterious woman. Kurt, a former knight, searches for knowledge that will rid him of a cursed gauntlet. Judy, ten-year-old apprentice witch, searches for a way to free her grandfather from a mirror. Ventus, a young Carrier, searches for his brother's murderer. Armic, a member of the Chapa tribe, searches for items that will save his homeland. Ruby, a famous fortune-teller's sister, she embarks on a quest to vist the world's Seven Wonders. The fates of these seven adventurers intertwine at the Festival of Regina Leone. Written by Anonymous

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A throw technique in the game is called the Kawazu Throw, as a reference to director Akitoshi Kawazu. See more »


Follows Romancing SaGa 2 (1993) See more »

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The worst RPG of all of the SaGa series.
6 August 2003 | by DeadFromForumSee all my reviews

When I first played this game, everything is all different and even worse, now. To move a character, you use the left analog stick to guide the stick character figure to that location and this is totally messed up. Not to mention the slots for trap evasions and turn-based combat which is very frustrating. The battle system was also terrible. When a character is dangerously low on HP, you can't even recover HP at any point of battle or on the field. The game play is extremely boring since this is not a traditional RPG where you can move characters, talk to NPCs, have a basic battle system and so on and so on. I think was a mistake for me to play this game in the first place. If I were you, don't even bother renting or buying this game. Wait for Final Fantasy X-2, Drakengard, Front Mission 4, Star Ocean: Till the End of Time, Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken Angel or Musashi: Samurai Legend. Those Square Enix titles are far better than this terrible game.

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