Legend of Mana for Nintendo Switch

Legend of Mana

Jun 24, 2021
240th of 7822

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Square Enix
Content Rating: Teen


Set off on a journey to find the mystical Mana Tree seen in a dream, before discovering... the world map is empty! During your travels, you’ll acquire special artifacts; place these wherever you’d like on the map to bring towns and dungeons to life and advance the story. Meet a colorful cast of characters, square off against fearsome monsters, and complete quests in the vast world of Fa’Diel. Not only has the music been rearranged for this remaster, you can also alternate between the new and original soundtrack. Other features have also been added, including the ability to turn off enemy encounters, and the never-before released mini-game "Ring Ring Land"

Gamer Reviews

61 Reviews
0 review
Nov 23, 2021

Honestly one of the best games of all time. It's absolutely marvelous, while yes the story is all over the place. That's the beauty of it. I would 100% recommend it to anyone interested in a new spin to the classic RPG genre.

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
Chris "Atom" DeAngelusJun 25, 2021
Legend of Mana: Remastered is a difficult game to love. It's opaque, the plot needs to be pried from its hiding place, and it makes you struggle to enjoy it. If that works for you, it'll work extremely well. There's a lot of depth and replay value buried deep within the cloudy depths. You must want to dig, instead of the more instantly accessible and enjoyable gameplay of Trials of Mana or Collection of Mana.
Sergio SolorzanoJun 22, 2021
Legend of Mana is a competent port of an odd little game, which is honestly an achievement for Square Enix. The fun of the original is intact, and small quality of life additions help ease the grind of '90s JRPG design. Ring Ring Land doesn't add much, but it doesn't take away either. The Mana series has gotten a lot of love from both fans and Square Enix recently, and this Legend of Mana remaster keeps the brand growing strong.
Seth MacyJun 22, 2021
I enjoyed my time with Legend of Mana, don't get me wrong, but wandering through its world from one unconnected quest to the next makes reaching the end feel like a very long guessing game – and there’s little or nothing that can be done to remedy that without fundamentally altering the DNA of Legend of Mana.