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To begin, I only wish this game were released in America. Since it wasn’t, I had to get a Super Famicom [Super Nintendo from Japan] to play this game.
If you are familiar with Secret of Mana for Super Nintendo, you know what to expect from this game. Being a sequel, you expect updates, better gameplay, and such. Well, this game delivers! The classic battle system from Secret of Mana is in this game and seems to play a lot better than from what I experienced on the first one. The maps are all very large and detailed and the world itself really does feel like it sets itself apart from other adventure games. Even if the game doesn’t geographically make sense, the bottom line remains true, this game is just fun which is what videogames used to be! If you can read Japanese, or don’t mind what language a game is in, I’d highly recommend checking this game out. The game starts, select new game, select 3 characters out of 5, and depending on who you start with, you start in different areas of the game. I really don’t see many games do that. So, you can play this game at least 5 times before getting bored of it, but because of the battle system in this game being on the map and not a separate screen, it’s really one of those games you will enjoy many times beating it over and over.
The controls are great! They respond very well with the default controls making perfect sense. But, if you don’t like the controls, just pause the game and change them. It’s total freedom with customization to your liking!
The music works with the game very well, but not my favorite tracks of videogames, but they work and are fun to listen to. The sounds are similar to the first Secret of Mana, so not much to say about that.
Since I hardly ever pay attention to stories in videogames, I didn’t take that into consideration, plus, I can only read a few important words in Japanese like YES NO SAVE ITEM and such. If you are interested in the story, check out Gamefaqs.
Fun Factor: 9/10
This game is almost flawless, but for me, I dropped this game down 1 point because in any game along the Seiken Densetsu series [Mana games], I ALWAYS get lost and can never really figure out what to do. I check out the guide and continue with the game. But, I always enjoy beating bad guys without ever leaving the screen to enter a battle screen or whatever. The boss battles are just as intense as Secret of Mana, if not more. I actually think this game is a little easier than Secret of Mana difficulty wise.