Legend of Mana was released in France. Announced by Square Enix on Twitter, the famous Japanese game series offers a remake in HD.
Context and history
Legend of Mana or should we say Seiken Dentsetsu: Legend of Mana is a Action RPG Japanese, released in Japan in 1999 and then in the United States in 2000.
The game is produced by Akitoshi Kawazu, known for producing the Final fantasy. The music, meanwhile, has been composed by Yoko Shimomura, the author behind the music of Street Fighter 2.
In this game, sublimated by its scenario and its music, you dive into the world of Fa’Diel. A rich world because of the climate, the geography and the different races you can meet. But Fa’Diel is not a world at peace, kingdoms are at war andmana tree missing for centuries.
It is during a dream that you see the mana tree. After this dream you go on an adventure, to try to evoke his rebirth. Unfortunately, Fa’Diel’s map is empty, it’s up to you to rebuild it. To do this, create your scenario as you see fit, using theworld encyclopedia.
The story you build will be unique, with its multiple narrative branches, the building system and the various search systems.
There is no such thing as boredom, because Legend of Mana offers you an adventure and unique gameplay of its kind.
If Japanese role-playing games had turn-based combat, Legend of Mana out of the game by bidding real-time collisions, making this game an action RPG. But this is not its only asset.
At the start of the game, you choose whether you want to play as a boy or girl, select your combat weapon from eleven weapon types and choose a place to start your adventure.
During conflict phases, you must combine base attacks and 191 combat techniqueswhich can of course be learned.
In addition, you can build golems and raise monsters so that they become your trusted.
The Legend of Mana remake can be found at Steam, Nintendo Switch and PS4.
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