The publisher celebrated by released a striking illustration of the group celebrating the milestone. The sales are a combination of physical and digital sales, which is rather impressive for a JRPG remake on a retro game that was once exclusive to Japan.
Hopefully, this means we’ll see more Mana titles announced in the future.
Originally released as Seiken Densetsu 3 in Japan, 1994, Trials of Mana is making receiving a newly updated engine and presentation for this remake of the original. The game has been recreated for HD platforms along with a new battle system and graphics.
Trials of Mana tells the story of six heroes whose fates will have them fighting towards the same goal of protecting the world when its Mana has been weakened. Each character has a different fighting style and path on the adventure. Players can switch through the characters in real-time to utilize their diverse abilities and skills in the field.
In case you missed it, check out our review of the game along with our exclusive interview with the developer, where we talk to the team about returning to the classic adventure and updating the game’s systems for modern consoles.
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