Mana and SaGa make a comeback with two game classics

Legend of Mana

For the first time, European players will experience the fourth title in the Manas series. Players will be able to embark on the classic adventure where our protagonist has seen the Manata Tree in his dream. On their journey, special artifacts will be found, which can be placed on the world map. These artifacts create cities and dungeons via Land Creation system. Players can get through the story through various choices made. In other words, the experience becomes very personal.

Legend of Mana comes with heated graphics and an updated soundtrack. The mini-game “Ring Ring Land” will also be available to the western world for the first time.

Legend of Mana coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Steam in late June. For those who buy the game before July 23 will receive a reward in the form of ten avatars and a background for PS4, and wallpaper for PC.

SaGa Frontier

As part of the ongoing SaGasagan (that looked weird!) Is coming SaGa Frontier Remastered will be available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Steam, as well as iOS and Android in April. The game comes with updated graphics and will make the characters more vivid than before.

Players will get to experience the adventure with one of eight heroes via Free-Form Scenario system. Each character has their own storyline, with their own goals. Explore a sci-fi / fantasy world, full of different worlds, technology and magic. The remaster is based on the original title’s multiple storylines through introducing previously cut content, including Fuse’s main scenario and a bunch of new events for the fan favorite Asellus.

To celebrate the announcement of SaGa Frontier Remastered gets players of the mobile title Romancing SaGa Re; univerSe a special login bonus with [Awaiting Orders] T260G (A), 1500 Jewels and 60 small Lunar New Year Stamina Potions.

SaGa Frontier Remastered released on April 15.
Legend of Mana released June 24.