In the case of their remasters, Sq. Enix hasn’t give them a lot bodily love on Change. Final Fantasy VII/VIII was an exception, however SaGA Frontier and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles’ are at the moment digital-only. Except you propose on importing this new collector’s version, Legend of Mana seems to be going the identical method.
Introduced final week throughout the Nintendo Direct presentation, Legend of Mana was first launched again in 1999 on PS1, marking the fourth foremost entry after Trials of Mana. Remastered as a part of Mana’s 30th-anniversary celebrations, Sq. Enix has additionally confirmed a collector’s edition unique to Japan.
Together with the sport, artwork e book, Li’l Catcus plush and an official soundtrack, that is going for ¥14,300. Presently, it is also the one solution to acquire Legend of Mana bodily. Inside this itemizing, Sq. Enix states that “this recreation bundle will not be deliberate to be offered individually”. This version is not confirmed for a western launch, both. Boo.
Launching on June 24th, we’re hopeful that Sq. Enix will make this extra broadly out there. It is a disgrace if they do not, however JRPG followers have in any other case acquired lots to look ahead to.
Hoping to see a bodily Legend of Mana version within the West? Would you purchase this collector’s version? Share your ideas down under.