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'Collection of Mana' brings classic action RPGs to Switch

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06.11.19 in AV
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Square Enix's RPG nostalgia isn't just limited to revamping Final Fantasy games. The developer is releasing Collection of Mana, a bundle of the first three games in the Mana series, on the Nintendo Switch later on June 11th (that's today, if you're reading this in time). They're straightforward ports, but might just hit the spot if you have fond memories of playing the action RPGs in your youth. This is also notable for completists -- it's the first time Trials of Mana (aka Seiken Densetsu 3) has been available in the US.

There is something for those who want a more modern take on the Mana universe. Square Enix is also preparing a remaster of Trials of Mana done in the style of the 2018 Secret of Mana update. There won't be much mystery to how it'll play as a result, but it might expand the audience for the title when it arrives sometime in early 2020.

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