Trials of Mana, Square Enix’s long-awaited game has finally launched for the PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.
Trials of Mana is a great game to kill time during self-isolation.
About The Game
The first game of the franchise was released in Japan in 1995, named “Seiken Densetsu 3.”
Trials of Mana is a complete, high-definition remake of that game, and it is the third entry to the Mana series.
“The game immerses players in an unforgettable adventure filled with exciting gameplay, memorable heroes and villains. Players will craft varying experiences by selecting a party of three from six unique characters as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime, upgrading their characters’ classes into more powerful forms, learning over 300 different abilities, and discovering a world of secrets and mysteries to explore. Additionally, players can discover an exciting new playable chapter after finishing the game not found in the original release, in which they can unlock brand-new classes, and challenge a powerful new threat.” – extract from the game’s description.
According to the developer, players who purchase the game can start right off the game from where they finished the demo (that is if they played it), as the saved progress can be transferred.
The developer announced that everyone who buys the game in either physical or digital form would receive a Rabite Adronment DLC, which allows players to win additional EXP after battles.
Also, those who purchase the game on Steam will receive an extra wallpaper set.
The game can also be purchased from Amazon.
Here is the launch trailer of the game:
It looks flashy and exciting. You should consider giving it a shot, or at least the demo, for starters.
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