Final Fantasy was a popular name even back in the early ’90s and late ’80s, and it was often used to video games that weren’t technically part of the Final Fantasy series in order to capture the attention of a larger audience in North America. One such example is Final Fantasy Legend on Game Boy, which was really the start of the Legend series.
Today, Square Enix exposed that RPG fans are getting a possibility to experience the origins of that franchise when again as part of a Switch-special, digital-only collection that costs $20.
The collection launches on December 15, and consists of Final Fantasy Legend I, II, and III – all initially launched for Game Boy. It likewise has a couple of extra functions, like speed increasing and adjustable screen zoom.
Sometimes returning to RPGs from this period can be hard if you do not have the fond memories from the very first time around – specifically without revamped visuals. But whether you played this series prior to or not, it’s cool to see this little piece of history being maintained.