Secret of Mana

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Originally released in 1993, "Secret of Mana" is by far the most popular title in the “Mana” series. Now it's finally getting a long-awaited, full 3D remake!

The game faithfully retells the beloved story while adopting modern 3D graphics and controls. It will feature a newly arranged musical score, voiced characters and new content. 

The adventure of Randi, Primm, and Popoi is reborn in the new "Secret of Mana"!


  • Moogle Suit DLC - Equippable armor that can be used in game. This special piece of equipment also changes the appearance of the characters.
  • Tiger Two Piece DLC -Equippable armor that can be used in game. This special piece of equipment also changes the appearance of Primm.
  • Tiger Suit DLC - Equippable armor that can be used in game. This special piece of equipment also changes the appearance of Randi and Popoi.
  • Custom downloadable wallpaper (sizes: 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024, 1920 x 1080, 2560 x 1600)
  • 3D Graphics - Revamped visuals for the entire game; a vivid, Mana-filled world rebuilt in 3D!
  • Upgraded Gameplay - The original system has been reworked in an effort to realize a modern action RPG with improved gameplay.

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Hi everyone, Thank you all for the support you’ve shown Secret of Mana over the past few months. We sincerely hope that you’re all enjoying the game! Today we’ve added support for a few more languages: Korean, Thai, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese! We hope you’ll continue to enjoy your adventures with Randi, Primm and Popoi! The Secret of Mana team


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