After a long traverse of the desert, the Seiken Densetsu series, known in our latitudes as the “Mana” series, finally seems to be back in vogue and appear on the Square Enix repertoire. A few days after the return of Legend of Mana, the publisher is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the first opus and perhaps conjuring up the future.
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Here’s another one that will transcend the thirties since it was released on June 28, 1991. The anniversary of the first opus of the same name (in Japan) will be the opportunity to celebrate the resistance of a series that helped write some beautiful pages of the action RPG genre … especially in 2D.
It is 11 o’clock this Sunday, June 27th. that the publisher will initiate the celebrations to come back in detail (and hopefully musically) to 30 years of rabbit lynches, legendary paes and other flyovers on the back of the dragon kawaii
The official site gives us some official hope for some announcements regarding the future of the license. Until then, the most impatient can always take a look at the official site, redcor for the arrival of the Legend of Mana HD Remaster, coming June 24th for PC, PS4 and Switch.