As far as Nintendo’s E3 presentations are concerned many people were both thrilled and satisfied with what they saw and heard in relation to announcements involving upcoming games. While there has been a lack of classic JRPG’s on the Nintendo Switch between 2017-2018 many were happy to find out that the Collection Of Mana was made available earlier today for the hybrid console. The Collection of Mana includes three retro RPG titles from the early 90’s which are all considered to be legendary among many gaming communities. The first game includes Final Fantasy Adventure/Mystic Quest which was released for Game Boy back in 1991. Final Fantasy Adventure/Mystic Quest was technically the first entry in the Mana series before the release of Secret Of Mana 2 which was released for the SNES back in 1993. Secret If Mana 2 was arguably the most popular installment in the Mana series because it was one of the first 2D Action-RPG titles to feature a multiplayer mode that allowed up to three players simultaneously.
Also, Seiken Densetsu 3 is another JRPG game that is included in the Collection Of Mana. For those who do not know Seiken Densetsu 3 was originally released back in September ’95 as a Japanese SNES exclusive with gameplay that was similar to its predecessor Secret Of Mana 2. Despite, how great Seiken Densetsu 3 was during the mid 90’s the game was never released in America which something many people have wanted to see for over two decades. Seiken Densetsu 3 will not only be apart of the Collection Of Mana but it was also announced at E3 2019 that the game will receive a full HD remake entitled “Trials Of Mana”. The high definition release of Trails Of Mana will be available for the PS4, Switch and PC sometime in early 2020. But for those who have not played the first three Mana games that came out between ’91-’95 for Game Boy/SNES you can purchase the Collection Of Mana online for $39.99. The Collection Of Mana is playable in multiple languages including English, German, France and Spanish is a game that will definitely be a huge attraction on the Nintendo Switch throughout 2019.