Secret of Mana for PlayStation 4
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Secret of Mana

Feb 15, 2018
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About this game

Developer: Square Enix
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Embark on an action-packed, worldwide adventure in the 3D remastered version of Secret of Mana. Take on the role of Randi, a young boy tasked with reviving the magical power of Mana. The battle for Mana includes many tumultuous encounters along the way; armed with the Mana Sword and joined by his two companions Primm and Popoi, Randi leads the epic quest to battle the treacherous empire as it tries to gain control of Mana. In order to defeat the forces of evil, Randi, Primm and Popoi must befriend the eight elementals who hold the power that comprises Mana. The legacy of Mana returns as the brave warriors set forth to bring balance back to the world. The memorable adventure of Randi, Primm and Popoi is reborn in Secret of Mana!

Gamer Reviews

1147 Reviews
8.98
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Critic Reviews

36 Reviews
6.31
Will BorgerFeb 21, 2018
The redone graphics look good. Two great soundtracks. Fun combat system. The option to play local co-op. Incredibly charming. Engaging characters. The characters' mouths don't move. Some weird menu choices. You often don't have information you need regarding items. Lots of backtracking. No online co-op. Too much accordion on the remixed soundtrack.
Chris CarterFeb 17, 2018
You may as well just play the SNES version, even if it's the first time you're ever picking up a Mana game: the original spritework is able to pick up the slack of a few of its inherent shortcomings, which are only exasperated by the swap to 3D. Secret of Mana is a fighter -- it's going to take more than a few flaws to take it down.
James PaleyFeb 24, 2018
If you’ve never played the original version of Secret of Mana, you might enjoy this game. Some of the design decisions will come off as a little strange, but there’s some decent fun buried in there. If you loved the Super NES original, however, this updated version will fill you with confusion, anger and disappointment.

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