SaGa 2 or Final Fantasy Legend II (SaGa2: Hihō Densetsu in Japan) is the second game in the SaGa series and was developed and published by Square. Initially released in Japan in 1990, the game was translated and released in North America in November 1991 by Square America Co, and again in 1998 by Sunsoft. Like its predecessor, the English version was re-branded as a Final Fantasy title due to the series' popularity in the Western world. Music was composed by Kenji Itō and Nobuo Uematsu.

In 2009, an enhanced remake of the game was announced for the Nintendo DS titled SaGa 2: Hihō Densetsu Goddess of Destiny. Due to recent SaGa game titles no longer being associated with Final Fantasy in North America, the game's title, if released in North America, is expected to change only slightly.



Japanese DS Cover Art


There are [how many] playable characters in the game (sorted by appearance):

  • [character name], [role of character]
  • [character name], [role of character]
  • [character name], [role of character]
  • [character name], [role of character]


[Describe that world, then list down places]

  • [major location], [role of location]
  • [major location], [role of location]
  • [major location], [role of location]


[Can also call it Allusion or Connection if it's in a series]

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