Trials of Mana (for PC) Scores 76% Average by Tech Critics

Trials of Mana (for PC)

Average Expert Score (14 Reviews)
PC Games
Fun combat Attractive graphics contain old-school charm Bonus end-game content extends game life Six playable characters offer good replay value Fantastic soundtrack that captures the original game's spirit
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Trials of Mana (for PC) (14 Reviews)

Fun combat Attractive graphics contain old-school charm Bonus end-game content extends game life Six playable characters offer good replay value Fantastic soundtrack that captures the original game's spirit

Apr 29, 2020 · Trials of Mana on PC review: A remade classic that's enjoyable, but a little too simple Trials of Mana is the remade version of Seiken Densetsu 3, which originally only released in Japan back in...

Sep 11, 2020 · Trials of Mana’s remake is on the extremely loyal side of that spectrum, and just about everything plays as it did in the ‘90s. The ring menus of the original are here, used in much the same way,...

The plot revolves around several characters, any of which you can pick at the start of the game. However, only several of them can lead the story, as it branches into three endings. In my playthrough, I picked Duran, the swordsman. His story revolves around revenge against the Crimson Wizard, who defeated him in battle. As he seeks to become stronger and face his nemesis, he encounters a fairy who quickly bonds with him. He learns that the world is dying and, accompanied by two friends, seeks to defeat the Wizard and save the Mana Tree. The Mana series does a good job of throwing curve balls at players. Final Fantasy Adventure, released in Japan in 1991 as Seiken Densetsu, told a surprising story that involved death, betrayal, and even the hero feeling defeated. Trials of Mana continues its trend of characters facing tragic ends and trying to save a tree that might be beyond salvation. However, the story is by no means deep. Rather, you’ll find a number of substories depending on th...

Trials of Mana accomplishes this goal handily. In a sense, it's an ideal remake, holding tight to the core of what made the original game (and the Mana series as a whole) so compelling to so many...

Review. While Trials of Mana has been around since 1995, it didn’t make its way westward until its 2017 inclusion in Collection of Mana. While Trials undoubtedly comes from prized stock, was it worth it to pull this raptor’s DNA from the amber? First, let’s discuss the gameplay.

Trials of Mana is a fascinating project, then, purely in how it feels simultaneously new and old. Certain elements – such as the simplistic storylines and environments – give away that this ...

May 03, 2020 · Rocket Chainsaw reviewed Trials of Mana on Windows PC in 1440p at 120Hz using a Ryzen 1600x, 16GB of 3000MHZ RAM, and an MSI Evoke OC 5700XT graphics card, with a copy provided by Square Enix.

Apr 22, 2020 · The gameplay in Trials of Mana is an absolute blast as the 2D combat from the original translates well to the 3D plane as characters move, attack, and dodge smoothly. You have a variety of basic...

Trails of Mana is now one of my favorite games thanks to how much better the game is now comparing to the original. Don’t get me wrong, the original is fine for what it is, but the game felt more...

Sure, Square-Enix announced that they were skipping the ability to play with friends and I didn’t notice. Maybe that’s on me. But I’m not sure how much weight that announcement carries. I mean, I could announce that I was going to run around and hit everybody in my neighborhood with a hammer – that doesn’t make it right. Bad decisions are announced every day right now. Announcing them doesn’t make the repercussions vanish. Some nonsense about “focusing on the single-player experience” was spouted as the reason to not include multiplayer (local or online), which doesn’t carry a lot of weight, seeing as how the Secret of Mana remake came out last year and included the feature. So, really, what the hell? Why on earth would you create a Mana game without the one feature that differentiates it from a thousand other entry-level RPGs? To compensate for the lack of multiplayer, Trials of Mana does a decent enough job of allowing players to switch between characters in their team of three, a...

Trials of Mana is a visually impressive game with fun combat and engaging characters. It's a game I would definitely recommend to fans of the series or any JRPG fans out there as it's a solid remake that offers players a better way to play the original game.

Apr 24, 2020 · Trials of Mana Review – Fun But Faithful To A Fault Trials of Mana is definitely an improvement over the Secret of Mana remake, but it still comes with many of the same problems. by Kimberley Wallace on Apr 22, 2020 at 10:00 AM

Apr 22, 2020 · Trials of Mana begins by giving players a choice of three of six characters, one of which will be the leader of the group. Depending on who you choose, some story scenes and interactions will be altered. Still, the goal is relatively the same, find the Sword of Mana and save the Mana Tree.

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