One of the best 3DS games, the best RPGs, the best SaGa-likes, the best Masashi Hamauzu vehicles has been announced for a remaster that it sorely needed and deserved. The game's effective follow-up in The Alliance Alive has had its own remaster available for years, and maybe that had more priority, as it appeared in the twilight of its system, and appealed to a more general RPG nostalgia bent with the structural and narrative choices it made. In that light, I wouldn't say "if you liked one, check out the other" because they serve entirely different ends, with Leg of Leg in particular being of the more quietly evocative, lonely kind of RPG design, where you are left alone with the mechanics and your seldom-speaking point of view character, and the storytelling lives in the moment and in suggestion instead of reams of textual exposition. It's one of the reasons why I think it's one of the best-written games in the genre--Masato Kato's sensibilities help for the strictly textual parts of it--because for once it feels confident in utilizing restraint for effect, and not in the cynically codified how-does-it-fit-together breadcrumb way Souls has popularized. 2015 when this game originally came out effectively predated the modern SaGa resurgence and push on part of its own publisher, and the shifting receptiveness of audiences to finally take games like them at their own merits, which reflected in the confused and indifferent treatment Leg of Leg also received in its time. Now, I hope things will be at least slightly different, and the many great qualities of this singular game will be more openly discovered and interacted with.