Square Enix has a huge library of role-playing games, and some of them haven't even been released in the west. One game, in particular, that never got officially localised was the 1994 Super Famicom RPG, Live A Live.
With any luck, we might finally see this game make its way to other regions. Gematsu has discovered Square Enix filed a trademark for "Live A Live" in Australia earlier this month, on 2nd July. And just yesterday, a trademark was filed in Europe for the same game. Take a look below:
This game marked the directorial debut of Takashi Tokita - who, of course, released Chrono Trigger the following year. Live A Live was also made available (in Japan) on the Wii U Virtual Console in 2015, and this was followed by a Virtual Console release on the 3DS in 2016.
Do you think this latest trademark will lead to localisation? Share your thoughts down below.