3D Remake for Secret of Mana Announced, Launches February 15 Worldwide

Square Enix has announced a 3D remake of Secret of Mana.

The new game will launch across PC, PS Vita, and PlayStation 4 worldwide next year, on February 15th. Featured above, you can view the game’s announcement trailer.

Fans can expect the remake to feature completely 3D graphics rendered in high-definition, talk events, full voice-overs, all while Square Enix promises to keep the magic and charm of the original. They also plan on including new features like improved gameplay, and an arranged musical score.

Secret of Mana was originally released for the Super Nintendo back in 1993. It follows the tale of Randi, Primm, and Popoi as they journey through an evil empire with the hopes of reclaiming the power of Mana, and restoring order to the world.

Here the game’s first screenshots and the original key art:

Pre-orders on the PlayStation Store include “Moogle Suit” character costumes for Randi, Primm, and Poppoi, as well as a “Tiger Two-Piece” costume for Primm, “Tiger Suit” costumes for Randi and Popoi, and three PlayStation Network avatars. Pre-orders and first-week buys on Steam include the aforementioned three costumes, as well as a downloadable wallpaper.

Brandon Orselli


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