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Posted 30th Jan

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Cheapest price currently for this preorder using code. It's a remake of the cult classic (in the west) Seiken Densetsu 3 which was only localized last year in Collection of Mana. Next best price is £36.85 on ShopTo.

Release date is 24 April.


Trials Of Mana Nintendo Switch Game (Pre-Order Bonus DLC)Pre-Order Bonus DLC

  • A free in-game accessory Rabite Adornment DLC (Gain more EXP afterBattle up to Level 10)
Trials of Mana is the 3D remake of the hit Japanese classic RPG released in 1995 as Seiken Densetsu 3.

Experience the beloved adventure fully modernized with quality graphics, an upgraded battle system, character voices, a remastered sound track, extra conversation interludes, and more!

The overlapping story of interwoven destinies changes depending on who you choose as your main character and companions!

This daring tale of overcoming the tests of fate has been given new life! Will these young adventurers be able to use the power of mana to save the world from the brink of destruction?

When the world was shrouded in darkness, the Goddess of Mana drew forth the Sword of Mana to smite the eight Benevodons, monsters of destruction. She sealed the horrors inside the eight Mana Stones, bringing the realm back from the brink. Weakened from rebuilding the world, the Goddess changed herself into a tree and fell into a deep sleep for many years. However, the forces of evil soon sought to free the Benevodons to gain control of the world. They started a terrible war to further their plot and destabilize the kingdoms. Peace was at an end. Mana itself began to disappear from the world and the Mana Tree started to wither...

Features:

  • Revamped 3D Graphics - Trials of Mana is full 3D remake of the third game in the Mana series, originally released in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 3. The entire game has been fully rebuilt from the ground up with modern 3D graphics.
  • Pick your Party - Players can choose their favorite protagonist and two companions from six different characters. The story will play out in different ways depending on the combination of the protagonist and companions in the party
  • Class changing - Raise your level and become the top-level classes. The character’s appearance and the magic and special attacks that they can learn will change depending on which class is selected and the light/ dark alignment.
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price drops before the release date, our pre-order price guarantee ensures that you will be refunded any additional costs in PlayerPoints for you to spend in-store.
Edited by: "westy90" 30th Jan
westy9030/01/2020 12:52

Payment on orderprice drops before the release date, our pre-order price …Payment on orderprice drops before the release date, our pre-order price guarantee ensures that you will be refunded any additional costs in PlayerPoints for you to spend in-store.


Can always cancel the order prior to dispatch as well.
I remember seeing a physical for this game came with a map, was it a Japan exclusive?

Edit: I was wrong, it was a Japanese instruction manual and it's an amazon.co.jp exclusive
Edited by: "BuryMeInBlack" 30th Jan
westy9030/01/2020 12:52

Payment on orderprice drops before the release date, our pre-order price …Payment on orderprice drops before the release date, our pre-order price guarantee ensures that you will be refunded any additional costs in PlayerPoints for you to spend in-store.


Just keep in mind there are rules around the usage of player points, it’s not a particularly good scheme in my opinion.

There’s a minimum purchase of £25 and for that you would get £2.5 discount. Then the next tier is only for a £50 purchase where you would get £5 discount. So if you buy a £40 game, the most discount you can get is £2.5.

That coupled with the fact that their prices are usually a few pounds higher than The Game Collection and Base means that it’s not really worth it. I mostly use them for buying North American imports, for that their prices are usually good and cheaper than buying from Amazon US
Ferraz31/01/2020 10:15

Just keep in mind there are rules around the usage of player points, it’s n …Just keep in mind there are rules around the usage of player points, it’s not a particularly good scheme in my opinion. There’s a minimum purchase of £25 and for that you would get £2.5 discount. Then the next tier is only for a £50 purchase where you would get £5 discount. So if you buy a £40 game, the most discount you can get is £2.5. That coupled with the fact that their prices are usually a few pounds higher than The Game Collection and Base means that it’s not really worth it. I mostly use them for buying North American imports, for that their prices are usually good and cheaper than buying from Amazon US


Also you cannot combine player points with other offers. The Game Collection's loyalty scheme is far superior.
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