Check Out Some Gameplay of the Secret of Mana Remake

Check Out Some Gameplay of the Secret of Mana Remake

I can't believe people are complaining about it.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Sep 04, 2017 @ 02:56 PM (Staff Bios)
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So have you been interested in the Secret of Mana remake? I certainly have been, but there are many people who have been on the fence regarding the title. Why? For several reasons: the voice acting and the graphics are just a couple of reasons why people have been put off by the title. But there are those who are still excited for the update despite the changes. After all, the music appears to be intact, local multiplayer hasn't changed, and the gameplay has been updated to better suit the modern audience.

In fact, it's about time that you see for yourself the gameplay that is the Secret of Mana Remake, just so you can formulate any judgment regarding the 2018 title.



So what do you think? To me, it still looks fantastic. My only gripe would be the frame rate stutters. But perhaps that will be fixed in due time.

The Secret of Mana remake is due for a worldwide launch on February 15, 2018 on PlayStation 4 and PC.

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