Top Ten Most Memorable Moments in SaGa FrontierA solid Squaresoft game in the SaGa series and an underrated gem among PS1 classics, SaGa Frontier delves into seven completely different stories so there's bound to be memorable moments here. Obvious spoilers ahead.
My first memory of the game was starting out playing as Red, who loses his family and nearly his life to a terrorist organization known as Black X. When nearly losing his life he is saved by a mysterious hero who transforms him into his superhero form called Alkaiser. Yep, he's a superhero now, living that life but only when he won't be seen around him is when he can change into his Alkaiser form.
In a shocking twist at the end of Riki's quest, Riki finds out the truth behind his goal to save his homeland, in that his buddies are disappearing, and he apparently got exactly what he wanted. Worse yet is when Meiling reveals she has the last ring and transforms into the Master Ring, the final boss of his quest.
This is a scene in which the Gradius organization gives Emilia her wedding dress as they decide to trap Joker (not the one people are familiar with, mind) but the one who basically murdered Emilia's boyfriend Ren. The final confrontation actually has two different endings to her quest and both are surprisingly memorable.
The circumstances of this one involve Asellus and White Rose escaping the regal castle but never managing to fully escape all of Orlouge's henchmen, when it happens is when White Rose stays behind in the alternate realm so that Asellus can fight off Orlouge once and for all. Again, this character has multiple endings after the final fight depending on your actions prior to this event.
Blue has a rivalry with Rouge, the twin brother of Blue, and the battle between them is one of magic proportions. Depending on winning or losing, you keep Blue or you actually get to control Rouge for the remainder of his quest, although the scenario does end poorly.
It's a robot without memory, and gets the help of those around him to get his memory banks restored. Turns out this robot was supposed to destroy a major doomsday machine just in time.
There's so many bosses here it's ridiculous, but it's still fun all the same
The Magic Kingdom (which can easily be forgotten since it's not required by anyone to explore) is Blue's homeland, and after his fateful battle against Rouge, the place is overrun by demons who are literally from Hell. Despite the ending being bad for his scenario at least they made the demon part memorable enough.
Why this is memorable? Because it's downright annoying! Only Riki has this in his quest, and there are several different trials many of which are really hard or nearly impossible to complete. And then you fight Virgil at the end and his boss fight is a complete gimmick.
While Lute is the least memorable character with the least memorable scenario, his finding of a job has him realizing that he was almost in cahoots with an actual bad guy. That's quite relatable in some real-world situations when you think about it.