SaGa: Scarlet Grace does not have to be the end, my brothers and sisters!
Square Enix' Vita-only follow-up to the Saga franchise, sounds like a game in the Saga franchise.
Publishers polish up the second chapters of Oddworld Adventures and Romancing SaGa for modern reissues.
We're talking RPG Maker project levels of indulgence here... but that's part of what makes SaGa so entertaining.
No one in the world makes RPGs quite like those of Final Fantasy's quirkiest co-designer... for better, and for worse.