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Square Enix debuted 10 minutes of local cooperative gameplay from its upcoming Secret of Mana remake during the game’s first official live stream today.  

The action RPG will support co-op for up to three players offline. Online co-op will not be supported.



Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM_q-JpPae0&feature=youtu.be


UPDATE - Skip to 1 hour 09 minute in the video

Credit to: V-r0cK

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Shame its only local co-op ;(
Last edited by BasilZero - on 16 November 2017

    

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Took me some time to find the gamplay video in this 97min video. To anybody that just wants to see the coop skip to around 1:09.

Still no physical copy for the rest of the world huh :(



I wonder what's preventing a lot of Japanese developers from making games like this have online co-op. This would be perfect for that. I don't know many local friends who like this kind of game Also...anybody know how much this is gonna cost? 30 bucks?



just need a switch version announced my kids would love this



V-r0cK said:
Took me some time to find the gamplay video in this 97min video. To anybody that just wants to see the coop skip to around 1:09.

Still no physical copy for the rest of the world huh :(


My bad, I'll update the thread OP with that info. I did skim through the video but didnt expect the majority to not have footage...

Ljink96 said:
I wonder what's preventing a lot of Japanese developers from making games like this have online co-op. This would be perfect for that. I don't know many local friends who like this kind of game Also...anybody know how much this is gonna cost? 30 bucks?

This is low budget, hence why its digital only and no online which doesnt sound so good.....

But the price is pretty steep possibly cause of its name/title.

Its gonna be $40.

Baddman said:
just need a switch version announced my kids would love this


Strange they didnt announce it for the Switch initially considering the Mana trilogy collection (FFAdventure, SoM1 and Seiken Densetsu 3) are on the Switch in Japan though.....SE hates Switch outside of Japan confirmed :p.



    

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BasilZero said:


Strange they didnt announce it for the Switch initially considering the Mana trilogy collection (FFAdventure, SoM1 and Seiken Densetsu 3) are on the Switch in Japan though.....SE hates Switch outside of Japan confirmed :p.

SoM1?

Is there a Secret of Mana 2?




When will devs learn that SNES -> 3D remake is ALWAYS ugly. The original has so much charm because of its art direction. This looks like soulless trash



Hynad said:

 

BasilZero said:


Strange they didnt announce it for the Switch initially considering the Mana trilogy collection (FFAdventure, SoM1 and Seiken Densetsu 3) are on the Switch in Japan though.....SE hates Switch outside of Japan confirmed :p.

SoM1?

Is there a Secret of Mana 2?

 

I'm used to it, blame SE for it.

 

Also....

 



    

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BasilZero said:
Hynad said:

 

SoM1?

Is there a Secret of Mana 2?

 

I'm used to it, blame SE for it.

 

Also....

 

LOL. That's fan made.

The game never came out officially outside of Japan. Here's how it looked like:




Hynad said:

LOL. That's fan made.

The game never came out officially outside of Japan. Here's how it looked like:

Yes of course I know this especially after playing the game 5 times.

Hence why I said blame SE.

 

I played the unofficial english version of the game and its been called Secret of Mana 2 everywhere in relation to it :p

 

Which is understandable considering Secret of Mana was Seiken Densetsu 2 - so the fans who played the unofficial english rom, would of course unofficially name it Secret of Mana 2 considering SE didnt bother re-releasing the game in any form with its own unique name - especially with the Switch release of the Seiken Densetsu collection.



    

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