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Try Not To Be Jealous, But Japan Is Getting An Exclusive Physical Edition Of Legend Of Mana

Square Enix’s latest remaster launches on June 24th.

When it comes to their remasters, Square Enix hasn’t give them much physical love on Switch. Final Fantasy VII/VIII was an exception, but SaGA Frontier and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles’ are currently digital-only. Unless you plan on importing this new collector’s edition, Legend of Mana appears to be going the same way.

Announced last week within the Nintendo Direct presentation, Legend of Mana was first released back in 1999 on PS1, marking the fourth main entry after Trials of Mana. Remastered as part of Mana’s 30th-anniversary celebrations, Square Enix has also confirmed a collector’s edition exclusive to Japan.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Square Enix’s latest remaster launches on June 24th.

When it comes to their remasters, Square Enix hasn’t give them much physical love on Switch. Final Fantasy VII/VIII was an exception, but SaGA Frontier and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles’ are currently digital-only. Unless you plan on importing this new collector’s edition, Legend of Mana appears to be going the same way.

Announced last week within the Nintendo Direct presentation, Legend of Mana was first released back in 1999 on PS1, marking the fourth main entry after Trials of Mana. Remastered as part of Mana’s 30th-anniversary celebrations, Square Enix has also confirmed a collector’s edition exclusive to Japan.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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