Trials of Mana Comes to Nintendo’s Treehouse

Trials of Mana, the upcoming remake of Seiken Densetsu 3, and its original title put in appearances at the second day of Nintendo’s Treehouse broadcasts from E3. Producers Masaru Oyamada and Shinichi Tatsuke joined to hosts to talk about and show off gameplay from both versions of the action RPG.

Trials of Mana is being developed for PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, with its release currently planned for early 2020. Meanwhile, Collection of Mana — which includes the first three titles of the Mana series: Final Fantasy Adventure, Secret of Mana, and a port of the original Trials of Mana/Seiken Densetsu 3 — is available to download now for Nintendo Switch via the eShop for $39.99.



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3 Responses

  1. I still find this so amazingly crazy. Not only do we get the Mana Collection, with Seiken Densetsu 3 (now called Trials of Mana) released same day it was announced in the West, but we’ll be getting an HD remake of SD3/Trials of Mana as well?!

    Sure, SD3 wasn’t my most wanted overdue localization, but I’m always happy when it happens.

  2. Gameresq Gameresq says:

    @StrawberryEggs – Collection Of Mana’s localization was a highlight of E3 for me. Moreover, it was great to see that the Trials Of Mana HD remake appears to be a high quality effort and not a half-hearted cash grab like the PS4 Secret Of Mana remake that we received last year.

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