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Which brings its predecessor Final Fantasy Adventure, an original Game Boy production, the brilliant Secret of Mana from the 16-bit Super Nintendo era, and for the first time for western audiences Seiken Densetsu 3 - now called Trials of Mana. A game that we've been waiting decades for an official localisation. Best of all, the Collection of Mana is available right now via the Nintendo eShop.

Although price-wise it's a little steep at $59.95 AUD. Here's the announcement trailer.



And just when you though that was a lot of Mana, Nintendo and Square Enix also revealed that a full 3D remake of Trials of Mana in the works for 2020.



A localised version and remake of Seiken Densetsu 3 all announced in the same day is a very good thing.



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