Launch trailer & screenshots released for Secret of Mana

Square Enix has announced that its Secret of Mana remake will release in a couple of hours. In order to celebrate this announcement, the publisher has revealed the game’s launch screenshots and trailer.

Originally released in 1993, Secret of Mana is a full remake of the original title that brings the complete experience of the legendary adventure to modern audiences. The game includes local multiplayer for up to three friends, as well as new features:

  • Brand-New Presentation – Revamped visuals in high-definition 3D and additional voice-overs bring the characters to life in new and exciting ways, while retaining the charm and personality of their original appearances.
  • Rearranged Soundtrack – The game includes a newly arranged musical score, as well as the option to play with the classic soundtrack.
  • New Interlude Episodes– Building upon the charm of the original, new narrative scenes provide extra insight into this magical Mana-filled world.
  • Gameplay Adjustments – Play the definitive version of the classic game with new features to update the game for modern hardware, including shortcuts, autosave, improved AI controls and more.

What’s really interesting here is that the game’s EULA does not list the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. As such, we’ll find out in a couple of hours whether the publisher has secretly implemented it, and whether there is a possibility for Final Fantasy XV to not have it.

Enjoy!

Secret of Mana – Launch Trailer

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