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Secret of Mana is getting a remake and it's coming to PC

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When Secret of Mana made it to these shores, it did so with almost no fanfare—despite being popular in Japan—before revealing itself to be on the best of the SNES-era JRPGs. Now it’s returning in the form of a 3D remake, and surprisingly it’s coming to PC. 

Secret of Mana will retell the story of the original, complete with local co-op for up to three players. It’s been entirely rebuilt, however, with new 3D graphics, English and Japanese voice acting, new dialogue and a remastered soundtrack. 

It will launch on February 15, along with some day-one DLC. If you pre-order or purchase the game within a week of the release date, you’ll get the Moogle Suit, Tiger Two-Piece and Tiger Suit for free. 

No word on the price on Steam, but the PSN page gives it a price of £32.99, so expect something similar. 

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