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17.06.2014
Jailbreak virgins can rejoice, now that Secret of Mana has been finally released as an official iPhone app.  Is it a proper port or just a quick  cash in? The start menu has a couple of options, New Game, Load Game, Website, Options and Manual.  The manual is 76 screens, and is pretty damn indepth. At the new game screen already and it’s nice to see that some effort has gone into new artwork. The menu interface has also been simplified.  While the old ring system remains, the menus are also touch sensitive, so you can just select what you want instantly instead of having to rotate around to the selection you want. The graphic of this game was wonderful even on SNES however the background of the dialog screens was really ugly. Join me next time when I'll bitch about all the games that SHOULD be on 3DS via BC already.
Sprite Stitch is a community of people dedicated to handmade arts and crafts with themes centered around the video game industry. Each week, we here at Wii Fanboy like to check out the latest Virtual Console releases in our VC Monday Madness feature, in the hopes that you can make the most sound decision possible regarding purchasing retro titles from the Wii Shop Channel. In addition to the 9 already known and announced for the US, there's also a bunch of Capcom and Konami games announced for release in Japan.
This game was kind of like Zelda with objectives that took you all over the place similar to Metroid. I'd much prefer the GBA versions, but who knows when or if Nintendo will ever introduce GBA VC.
It follows the story of a boy who mistakenly pulls the Sword of Mana out of a rock to cut a path back to town. It's one of the greatest games ever made and one of the most memorable experiences of my life. If you're looking for more retro goodness, check out Virtually Overlooked, which talks about games that should be on the Virtual Console. This got me thinking, "What do I want?" So like any typical person online I'll make a list. Based on a series from Europe these games were quite fun and had tons of exploration compared to the straight forward Contra series.
Unleashing the Sword also opened its seal on evil, and monsters begin to ransack the world again. The sound is so bad, it makes me want to jam rusty nails into my ears as far as they'll go. These two games are among my favorite on SNES and should be some of the first released by Squeenix.


Back at the ranch, it doesn't take long for the pitchforks to come out, and the boy is exiled from his home forever. Well, if you're looking for a clue, hit up the video above, then cruise past the break for more on this week's Virtual Console releases. With nowhere to go, he is left with little choice but to fulfill his destiny as the Mana Knight — with the help of a runaway young lady and a sprite who tried to con them out of their money. It's the same price, has all of the same characters (plus more!) and won't make your ears bleed. Naturally, this involves stopping an evil empire before it unseals a number of MacGuffins and raises some demonic superweapon.Secret of Mana was promoted by Nintendo at the time of its release, featuring revolutionary gameplay features such as three players being able to control the game at once (taking the roles of the Boy, the Girl and the Sprite at the same time). If only one player is available, the game's AI will control the other characters.Secret of Mana was intended to launch on the SNES CD add-on, but when that fell through, Squaresoft was left with a contractual obligation to make the game, but on the much smaller space of a cartridge instead of the CD-ROM they'd expected.
They spent several months stripping the game down: removing large sections of the game-world, shortening the script, adjusting the game's plot, re-writing or removing a great deal of dialogue, and using compressed instruments and recomposing the music in an SPC format for the SNES. While this did have the side-effect of pushing the limit of the SNES's capabilities to the limit (making it much more aesthetically stunning than almost any other 16-bit game of the time), it proved murderous on the text and left some obvious gaps in the plotline. In spite of that, it received incredible critical acclaim at the time of its release and the original is still considered one of the strongest games of the 16-bit era.
The experience level cap for your characters is 99, though reaching level 65 or so will completely decimate most of the trash mobs you come across, even in the final dungeon.
It's right about there that your characters' HP will also max out (999 for Randi, 800 for Primm and Popoi), and your spellcasters' MP will hit the cap of 99 long before then.
While the higher-level charged attacks look cool, they take a long time to charge up that high, and you'll almost certainly hit the damage cap with lower-level moves. You also need to find the final Weapon Orbs as random drops in the final dungeon, so you might not even find them in the first place. Not to mention, the final form of the eight weapons don't get any special abilities, whereas the penultimate forms usually have some sort of passive bonus that makes it more practical to stay at the Infinity?1 Sword form. Lesser enemies will use this as a Suicide Attack, while stronger enemies and Popoi can blow themselves up repeatedly without any repercussions (aside from MP usage). Her default weapons are the knuckles, and she shows up trying to rescue her boyfriend from a decidedly unfriendly witch. While you can normally ignore his wares through most of the game, he's the only vendor who sells decent gear for you when you head to the Purelands for the first time, meaning you'll be forced to pay an obscene amount of money for the required goods, or deal with getting hit really hard from the monsters that live there. Advancing Wall of Doom: The Wall Face boss will attempt to smush you against the (inanimate) spike-lined rear wall if you don't kill it quickly enough.
Demon Wall, the upgraded version, just barrages your characters with special attacks if it runs out MP.


The in-package German strategy guide has another set of names: Erwin for the boy, Trudi for the girl and Helga for the sprite. Ambiguous Gender: Popoi in the Japanese, so the player isn't forced into Two Guys and a Girl or Two Girls and a Guy. However, it's male in the English version and female in the German version (at least the SNES version, as that language in the iOS version was retranslated along with French due to Nintendo of Europe owning those localizations). American Kirby Is Hardcore: Nintendo Power had exhaustive coverage of SoM, including (as was its custom in the early nineties) original artwork depicting scenes from the game. These illustrations are decidedly more western in nature; in particular, the Mana Beast looks like something out of Gary Gygax's nightmares. Antidote Effect: The strict inventory caps (only four of each type of item) lead to a dependence on healing magic. They're usually found in sand pits, and will target whoever disturbs them with a painful Earth Slide spell before hiding in the ground again. Apocalyptic Log: The Empire was already up to mischief in the Old World, if the orbs in Mandala are anything to go by. As Long as There Is Evil: Among the cut content from the in-game text is the revelation that Vandole is a dark force which periodically takes the form of a man, thus explaining the Empire's activity in the past.
Sword of Mana confirms this while tying the dark force known as Vandole to the existence of Mana, which, taken alongside information concerning Mavolia in Dawn of Mana hints that that dark force may infact be the Echoes of Mavolia which are behind all the World of Mana villains.
Awesome, but Impractical: As mentioned above, High-level weapon attacks don't see much use. In the time it takes to charge up a level 7 or 8 strike you'll either have been beaten down by a room full of enemies, or you could have killed everything twice over with normal attacks and magic.
It's impossible to chain cast once a level 9 animation goes off and it's arguable if it the effect of the spell is raised from level 8.
When Primm and Popoi first receive their magic powers, he's a bit dismayed, but Undine tells him that eventually the Mana Sword will become stronger than any magic (and he's the one meant to wield it). The former shrinks as you fight it, while the latter continues to grow and grow and grow with each hit. Booby Trap: There's a chance that chests dropped by enemies are trapped, potentially causing damage or status ailments (or just being a Chest Monster).



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