Despite the great success enjoyed by the Super Nintendo’s Secret of Mana in the early 1990s, its sequel never came out of Japan. We are talking about Seiken Densetsu 3, which for a few days has finally been made available to lovers of classic JRPGs around the world under the title Trials of Mana And, yes, in the form of a remake.
As Square Enix did last year with Secret of Mana Remake and since good, however old, is still good and works well when treated with respect, it was out of the box that the company would return to the load with new delivery with which to continue making cash. Hence this Trials of Mana.
In fact, Trials of Mana is not the only title that Square Enix has released recently to the delight of fans of yesteryear and new generations: just a couple of weeks ago, Final Fantasy VII Remake was released. Real nostalgic bombshell of the company with which, however, they have not been entirely successful.
And the reason is no other than that there are things that do not have to be touched more than they should to be able to attract the new audience, without detracting from the previous one. Square Enix’s success with both Secret of mana Remake and Trials of Mana has been to leave everything practically as it was, updating nothing more than the technical section of the games.
Therefore, if Final Fantasy Remake has not completely convinced you, it is possible that Trials of Mana will, which from a few days ago you can acquire for PC, PS4 and Nintendo Switch, or give the demo a try if you don’t trust it. And if you still can’t feel the same again, look for a good emulator.
Below are the Trials of Mana minimum PC requirements and below the launch trailer.
Operating system: Windows 8.1 (64-Bit)
Processor: Any 2.5GHz Intel Core i3 or 2.5GHz AMD A-Series
Memory: 4 GB of RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon RX 460
Storage: 20 GB of available space
DirectX: Version 11