Secret of Mana Crack/Patch

Secret of Mana Originally released in 1993, "Secret of Mana" is by far the most popular title in the Mana series. Now it's finally getting a long-awaited, full 3D remake! The game faithfully retells the beloved story while adopting modern 3D graphics and controls. It will feature a newly arranged musical score, voiced characters and new content. The adventure of Randi, Primm, and Popoi is reborn in the new "Secret of Mana"! KEY FEATURES: * Moogle Suit DLC - Equippable armor that can be used in game. This special piece of equipment also changes the appearance of the characters. * Tiger Two Piece DLC -Equippable armor that can be used in game. This special piece of equipment also changes the appearance of Primm. * Tiger Suit DLC - Equippable armor that can be used in game. This special piece of equipment also changes the appearance of Randi and Popoi. * Custom downloadable wallpaper (sizes: 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024, 1920 x 1080, 2560 x 1600) * 3D Graphics - Revamped visuals for the entire game; a vivid, Mana-filled world rebuilt in 3D! * Upgraded Gameplay - The original system has been reworked in an effort to realize a modern action RPG with improved gameplay.

Download Secret of Mana Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 60 / 100
User rating
7.7
Downloads 984
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG
Company / Developer
Square Enix / Square Enix

Secret of Mana reviews ( 6 )

Mstango, Feb 19, 2018

Pros -Auto Save! -Gameplay intact (mostly a good thing) -Adorable Graphics are in Keeping with the original art style -Updated version of the soundtrack is great -The New Minimap is a nice refence, while also being useful -Controls Work Fluidly -Story is more flushed out -Different Weapons actually look different -The Dificulty has been rebalenced nicely -Several fixes having to do with fake depth and range Cons -Minor Glitches and lag that was not in the original -Different Armors still don’t affect the look of the characters -They made the save screen kind of boring Cons (that was an issue with the original too) -Combat is Artificially Slow -The #&^% Balloon Spell Some part of me wants to say they didn’t change enough, but on the whole that’s probably a good sign. I highly recommend this game in any form.

techtronics, Feb 17, 2018

Secret of Mana is an amazing take on the old school rpg genre that molded the games we play today, but what makes it stand out in that fashion is that it also, for the most part, play as those games did as well. The updated graphics and amazing soundtrack was just what was needed to revive the dying format. This game also provides an entry to the intense rpg genre that frightens most players away from the long playtime required to finish it. Still at being roughly 40 hours long, this game provides a plethora of story. While this game doesn't serve much in the form of cut scenes, the narrative will keep you going for the hours that are up ahead, so keep in mind that a love for reading makes a love for this style of game.

yosa1, Feb 15, 2018

This is an older Super Nintendo game redone, its an RPG involving a story around mana dieing, you take up the role of hero and kick there badmouthing asses, its a linear game, but will offer some more open choices later on. Im a huge lover of older RPG tittles including this one, in a mere 2 hours of playing this PC version I'm already sold that this is an improvement, and let me explain why. Graphics- hands down they are better, I hate calling attention to graphics, because they do not make a game; between 32bit and full PC type support I don't mind indulging in better visuals, there are a lot of objects that are clearer as well. Sound- the music is better and I did sample a comparison, the voice acting is a nice addition, but its mediocre, the rest of in game sounds seems well done and consistent. Game play- is similar in most ways to the original, I love that your character is more directional mobile, it does make combat easier for map spawns, but hell its an RPG, combat should get easier the more you battle, Controls - you will definitely have to fiddle around with the settings to find something you like, the game does support all of keyboard, most mouse type function and many joystick functions. Certainly look into a video of the game play style before deciding its an RPG must have, this reiteration is well worth playing to any fans of the series, and certainly worth a look to anyone not familiar with the game.

kuehnau, Feb 17, 2018

Secret of Mana (2018) is a remake of a SNES classic from the 90's era of video game. It boasts updated graphics, new audio and even voice acting. For everything the remake of Secret of Mana is, there is a lot it isn't as well. While the game's graphics may have been updated to match a more modern look, the game still largely relies on outdated mechanics from a game that was released 25 years ago. The combat is clunky as ever. There will be spells and attacks that are completely unavoidable, giving some enemies an unfair advantage. When it comes to boss fights, the area you are given to move around is often times far too small, making it a huge pain in the arse. The player AI for your companions is just as terrible as they were when the game first launched. Nine out of ten times they are completely worthless and not worth reviving. As the game progresses, they'll unlock useful spells that can help in combat, but considering how clunky the companion mechanics are, it's almost worthless. The game itself has issues on the development side. I have a fairly powerful rig I built just this year to play most modern releases on ultra settings, I spent a pretty dime on the whole thing. Given the specs of my system and the quality of the game remake, you'd think it'd run perfectly, but that is far from the truth. From animations freezing up, to frame rates all over the place, the game lacks a lot of polish you'd expect from a game costing $40.00USD. It's not a bad game and I am enjoying it, but I really feel like they should have worked on updating some of the poor mechanics the original game had, worked on better companion AI and streamlined some of the otherwise cumbersome aspects of the game. And there's no excuse for the lack of polish on the development side as far as game performance goes.

Adreankael, Apr 12, 2018

Pros: It's Secret of Mana with a fresh coat of paint. Cons: It's Secret of Mana with a fresh coat of paint and nothing else. Some things need more then a fresh coat of paint yet that's all this game got. The original game was great, for both the platform it was on and the time it was released, but they could have done so much to improve this. Suggested improvements would be increase the area rendered to eliminate alot of the loading screens, remove the invincibility monsters get after knocking them to the ground. What's completely baffling is how they actually made the game worse by making the menu ring open in the center of the screen instead of over the character's head, making it all the more difficult to use. The Voice acting is sub par at best and the character's mouths do not move when they're talking. This is unsettling and given that their mouths can and do move for expressions, it's all the more confusing they didn't include this feature. All in all it is secret of mana but this game's low rating is a case of not enough tough love. Yes, the original was awesome and we loved it but that doesn't mean there was no room for improvement. Keeping a game this close to the original and just slapping a new coat of paint on it was not the best way to go here.

Derpmeowslurp, Feb 19, 2018

There is simply no excuse for releasing this for money. People putting 10's or 9's in the review are nostalgia critics, nothing else. They desperately do not want this game to be bad or to fail, they are ok with this steamy pile of refuse as long as they can pretend people like it. The facts: 1. Graphics are so bad it is shameful. I am ashamed. This is unacceptable for any developer to put such god awful meshes and textures in their game. This is amateur hour. It looks like this remake had been shelved for 15 years and they wheeled it out to make some quick cash. This is actually a step back, Secret of Mana had decent art for its time, not the greatest, not the worst, but more than acceptable. This is 15 years out of date, and yet the price does not reflect this. 2. Engine and animations are bad. Lighting looks like something I would have used in Max R2. No scratch that, it looks worse. The constant memory spikes, slight freeze-ups, cell transitions, cpu usage is much higher than should be expected for this program. all things point to sloppy coding. And the animations, wow. they didn't even try. I would say 'abysmal effort' but I'm not sure how much 'effort' was actually put into this. 3. Gameplay is eerily similar. And not in a good way. It doesn't seem like they spent any time thinking about this at all. they just carbon copied everything from the snes version and called it good. That includes the bizarre quirks like invincible enemies, free hits for enemies, god awful a.i. (really bad, beyond bad), etc, etc, etc. 4. Audio. What can be said. It must be experienced in all of its ear shredding glory. Baffling that they chose to "upgrade" that aspect. you know what, i'm done here. Such a disappointment. IMO they did not capture the aesthetics of the original, it looks lazy, it feels like they just didn't care. It makes me wonder why this even exists when you can easily find an emulator and play the original. This is a failure for anyone except those who really enjoy the early 2000's video game art aesthetic or phone games.