Secret Of Mana Remake Team To Answer Fans’ Questions During The Tokyo Game Show; Submissions Open
Square Enix will be present in full force at this year’s edition of the Tokyo Game Show, which will be held this week. Among the games the Japanese publisher will show during the event is the Secret Of Mana remake, and fans will have the chance to get their questions answered during the event.
On the Square Enix subreddit, Eric from the Square Enix Members community confirmed that it’s possible to submit questions for the Secret Of Mana Remake development team. Fans can now submit questions by leaving a comment on the Reddit thread.
This is Eric AKA S0kun from the Square Enix Members community team and this week, I’ll be at the Tokyo Game Show to conduct some Square Enix Members interviews with developers of our upcoming games.
One such title is the 3D Remake of Secret of Mana, which I know many of you are excited to get your hands on. If you haven’t seen the beautiful 3D remake footage, you’ll definitely want to check out this trailer:
Have any questions for our dev team? Feel free leave them in the comment section of this thread and we’ll be compiling a few to be answered.
Earlier this month, several new Secret Of Mana Remake screenshots have emerged online, showcasing some of the game’s locations, characters, and UI. So far, the remake looks extremely faithful to the original SNES release.
The Secret Of Mana Remake will also come with some additional features not found in the original release.
Voiced characters: That’s right, you heard Randi in the trailer and you’ll finally get to hear Randi, Primm, Popoi and many other characters talk and express themselves throughout their adventure!
To add to that, the game will have language options which will allow players to experience the game using Japanese voices and/or subtitles.
A newly arranged soundtrack: We’re excited for you to hear a beautiful, newly arranged soundtrack that pays tribute to the original.
Local multiplayer: Yes! Sit down with two of your friends (up to three players) to experience the adventure together.
The Secret of Mana Remake launches this February in North America and Europe on PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.