It’s Week 4 of #JRPGJuly! Let’s see how the staff progressed in their chosen games this week, shall we?
Tagged: Trials of Mana
Join Anna Marie, Chris, Josh, and Kelley this week, as things get a little weirder than usual. A sticky soda fracas kicks off the show. Meanwhile, Kelley runs the news section for the first time, which is good since Chris stomps off after discovering this is definitely the worst timeline of them all. And don’t forget, #JRPGJuly continues for one more week!
The summer is heating up and so is JRPGJuly! Let’s see how week 3 worked out for the RPGamer crew.
The last two weeks have had an interesting mix of news, and it just might break Chris by the end of the show. Anna Marie is hijacking the Question of the Week, but it’s definitely a unique question! Alex stealths his way into the cast alongside Kelley and Peter. How is it still only July?
With many media events getting pushed back, the news is a little trim this week. But we still manage to pull together our basket of zany personalities for a podcast we hope brings a smile to your face.
Things are looking grim: we get thrown out cars, assassinated for our kingdoms, drowned underwater, and struck out. If you’re scratching your head, don’t worry! Everything will make sense once you listen to this week’s podcast.
It’s a slightly more potty mouthed cast than usual, as Alice joins Peter, Kelley, Anna Marie and Chris to discuss what the cast has been playing for the week. Anna Marie’s 5-hour rule resurfaces and we explore what crazy black holes Chris has been down this week, alongside the news and your feedback.
Whatcha Playing is back to round up the games the staff played in March and April. Dragon Quest III, Trails games, Trials of Mana, and Persona 5 Royal were among the many vying for staff gaming time as we stayed indoors during the lockdown.
Twenty-five years after the original Super Famicom release of Seiken Densetsu 3, a remake looks to attract a whole new generation of gamers. Trials of Mana is a great example of how to update a 16-bit RPG for a modern audience while staying true to the original.
Trials of Mana, the full remake of Seiken Densetsu 3, is now available worldwide. Its release is naturally accompanied by a new launch trailer.
In this episode, we discuss Trials of Mana and other upcoming RPGs in April. We also discuss the best shorter RPGs.
Guest star Sam Watcher joins us, and that means this week’s podcast is officially explicit! Between the occasion cuss bomb, we discuss Animal Crossing and Chris’ poor decision making, Alex’s dive into Persona 5 Royal, and exactly why Kelley needs to finish FF7: Crisis Core in the near future. Anna Marie and Peter round out the ‘cast crew this week as we dive into the weekly headlines along with your feedback.
The demo for Trials of Mana is now available worldwide and lets players check out the demo portion of the game. Meanwhile, Square Enix released a new English trailer.
To go with the lifting of the embargo for previews of the game, Square Enix provided some more news on Trials of Mana. A new Japanese trailer is now available, and the game will be getting a demo and a new tier of classes.
Michael Apps was able to check out a Trials of Mana demo back at PAX East. He is now able to share his thoughts on what he saw.
Two of your Q&A Quest hosts got to try out Trials of Mana at PAX Prime and PAX East. They discuss their impressions of how the remake is shaping up.
Sony and Square Enix recently came together to show off twenty minutes of Trials of Mana gameplay. The remake is scheduled to come out next month.
Trials of Mana is set to released worldwide in around a month and a half. Square Enix is looking to gear players up with a new trailer showing off its action gameplay.
The thief and the Amazon are the last characters in Trials of Mana to get their own spotlight trailer. They will have to work with the rest of the crew in order to save their loved ones.
A second character spotlight trailer introduces two more cast members from the upcoming Trials of Mana. Kevin and Charlotte’s journeys intertwine due to the evil jester Goremand.