It makes more sense in Japanese.
Back in the early days when Final Fantasy was steadily growing in popularity, it gradually began to focus more on story-driven game experiences and less on the exploration and character building aspects of role playing.
However, there to pick up the slack of all that hardcore role-playing discarded from Final Fantasy was its cousin series SaGa. With a huge roster of characters in a branching story and vast open world, it was a demanding series but highly acclaimed by critics and gamers alike in Japan. In fact, one of its most popular