Trials Of Mana Remake, Collection Of Mana Announced For Nintendo Switch (VIDEO)
The Nintendo Direct for E3 2019 created quite a lot of celebratory responses from fans across the Internet, with numerous announcements made regarding future Nintendo Switch games. Among the big highlights were looks at new games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but also significant was the announcement of several pre-existing titles being ported to the Switch, like The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. Square Enix especially has focused lately on remaking older classics, like Final Fantasy VIII. Now, it appears that not only will Square Enix be bringing Trials of Mana to the Switch, but that the original games in the Mana series would be coming to the device also.
The Trials Of Mana remake trailer was included with the new E3 2019 Nintendo Direct on the official Nintendo YouTube channel. The game was first originally released in 1995 in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 3 on the Super Famicom, with this remake being included in the Densetsu Collection for the Nintendo Switch in 2017. This new version localized for the West will be coming to the Switch sometime in 2020.
To keep fans occupied, it was also announced that a Classic Collection of the original Mana games would be available on the Switch shortly after the presentation was made. This collection includes Final Fantasy Adventure (as seen on Game Boy), plus Secret of Mana from the SNES and the original version of Trials of Mana (as seen on the Super Famicom, never released stateside). This classic RPG series will hopefully find many new fans as the Trials of Mana remake surely makes its way towards a reality for those in western regions. This wait is going to be the biggest trial of them all.
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