Legend Of Mana Remaster Releasing This Summer (VIDEO)
Yet another classic video game is getting the remaster treatment for modern day consoles. This time around it’s Legend of Mana, with the Square Enix game releasing on PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch this Summer.
As revealed during the latest Nintendo Direct, the Legend of Mana Remaster will feature new and improved visuals as well as a rearranged soundtrack. There will be an option to use the original soundtrack, though, if you prefer. One of the more exciting aspects about the remaster is that the game will include the “Ring Ring Land” mini-game, which has been a Japan-only exclusive for over 20 years now.
“Set off on a journey to find the mystical Mana Tree seen in a dream, before discovering… the world map is empty!, the remaster’s description reads. “During your travels, you’ll acquire special artifacts; place these wherever you’d like on the map to bring towns and dungeons to life and advance the story.”
Meet a colorful cast of characters, square off against fearsome monsters, and complete quests in the vast world of Fa’Diel. Not only has the music been rearranged for this remaster, you can also alternate between the new and original soundtrack. Other features have also been added, including the ability to turn off enemy encounters, and the never-before released mini-game “Ring Ring Land”.”
The Legend of Mana Remaster is available for purchase for $30. Those that pre-order the game will score a pre-order bonus of ten avatars and a Legend of Mana theme for PS4, or a wallpaper on PC (through Steam).
The Legend of Mana Remaster releases on June 24, 2021 for PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.
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