Trials Of Mana Coming to the PS4, Switch and PC in early 2020!!!!

As fas as blockbuster announcements are concerned in relation to Nintendo Switch the reveal trailer for the Trials Of Mana is something that everyone is talking about. The Trials Of Mana is a high definition remake of a JRPG classic known as Seiken Densetsu 3 which appeared exclusively in Japan for the SNES back in 1995. Since its release back in the mid 90’s Seiken Densetsu 3 was never released in America mainly due to how popular 3D gaming was starting to become during that era. Even though, the 2D version of Seiken Densetsu 3 was ported for the Nintendo Switch back in 2017 it was available exclusively in Japan before appearing America in the Collection Of Mana on June 11th this year. Seiken Densetsu 3 is a game that includes multiple characters with their own storylines & endings and is considered to be one of the most underrated Action-RPG’s for the SNES.

There are many people who question how successful Trials Of Mana will be in the future especially after the release Secret Of Mana HD in 2018. The Secret Of Mana HD was a game that was solid but at the same time did not live up to many people’s expectations because it felt somewhat different from the original 16-bit version of the game. Hopefully, Trials Of Mana will not have that same issue especially since Seiken Densetsu 3 was never officially released in American retail stores in the past. As it currently stands Trials Of Mana is expected to appear on the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC in early 2020 and will be among the few RPG’s that Square Enix will have to offer better the second half of 2019 & 2020.

Collection Of Mana now available for the Nintendo Switch!!!

As far as Nintendo’s E3 presentations are concerned many people were both thrilled and satisfied with what they saw and heard in relation to announcements involving upcoming games. While there has been a lack of classic JRPG’s on the Nintendo Switch between 2017-2018 many were happy to find out that the Collection Of Mana was made available earlier today for the hybrid console. The Collection of Mana includes three retro RPG titles from the early 90’s which are all considered to be legendary among many gaming communities. The first game includes Final Fantasy Adventure/Mystic Quest which was released for Game Boy back in 1991. Final Fantasy Adventure/Mystic Quest was technically the first entry in the Mana series before the release of Secret Of Mana 2 which was released for the SNES back in 1993. Secret If Mana 2 was arguably the most popular installment in the Mana series because it was one of the first 2D Action-RPG titles to feature a multiplayer mode that allowed up to three players simultaneously.

Also, Seiken Densetsu 3 is another JRPG game that is included in the Collection Of Mana. For those who do not know Seiken Densetsu 3 was originally released back in September ’95 as a Japanese SNES exclusive with gameplay that was similar to its predecessor Secret Of Mana 2. Despite, how great Seiken Densetsu 3 was during the mid 90’s the game was never released in America which something many people have wanted to see for over two decades. Seiken Densetsu 3 will not only be apart of the Collection Of Mana but it was also announced at E3 2019 that the game will receive a full HD remake entitled “Trials Of Mana”. The high definition release of Trails Of Mana will be available for the PS4, Switch and PC sometime in early 2020. But for those who have not played the first three Mana games that came out between ’91-’95 for Game Boy/SNES you can purchase the Collection Of Mana online for $39.99. The Collection Of Mana is playable in multiple languages including English, German, France and Spanish is a game that will definitely be a huge attraction on the Nintendo Switch throughout 2019.

Should Nintendo have made crossplay an option between the 3DS & Switch consoles?

As many people know the Nintendo 3DS product line along with the Switch console have been very popular throughout the 10’s decade. Ever since the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL console were both released back between 2011-2012 they managed to reach over 74 million units in sales which is something the world had learned back later part of 2018. There were games such such as Mario Kart 7 which came out in ’11 which reached over 18 million units in sales that would have been cool to see ported the Nintendo Switch for features such crossplay. But at the same time the Nintendo Switch came out in 2017 and by then the Nintendo 3DS was starting to become old.

Its also no secret that the Nintendo 3DS was way more popular than the Wii-U during the 10’s decade and its possible that porting top 3DS titles to the Nintendo Switch for crossplay would definitely take some shine off newer games such as Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odessey and other big games that came out during 2017. In this case the lack of backwards compatibility for the Switch console worked in Nintendo’s favor seeing how it has managed to hit 32 million units in sales in just two years. To be honest there was no need for crossplay between the Nintendo 3DS and the Switch and its unlikely that Nintendo will ever make it an option during future.

Metroid Prime 4 reportedly scrapped for redevelopment!!!!

As far as news within the gaming world is concerned this is a rather interesting development in relation to the highly anticipated Metroid Prime 4 game that was set to appear on the Nintendo Switch. It has recently be reported that the current project regarding Metroid Prime 4 has been dropped despite the game being a big deal back at E3 2017 and redevelopment for the game will now occur with Retro Studios the masterminds behind the creation of the Metroid Prime Trilogy between 2002-2007. Its was reported that previous project for Metroid Prime 4 fell below Nintendo’s expectations which means game may not come out until 2022-2023. There is no question that many fans of the Metroid series are unhappy about the news concerning this upcoming action-adventure game.

However, its understandable that Nintendo wants to provide the best quality in relation to the development of Metroid Prime 4. Also, time has shown that the more time Nintendo puts into a project the more impressive the finished product end up being which was the case when we got Metroid Prime back in 2002 which was the first major game within the series that we saw nine years after Super Metroid was released for the SNES. There is almost no question that Metroid Prime 4 will end up becoming one the best action-adventure games of the 2020’s decade once its released for the Nintendo Switch its just a matter of when game will be released.

Final Fantasy X-2 Confirmed to Appear on Nintendo Switch as Digital Download!!!

As many people know there are so many big games that are expected to appear on various game consoles throughout 2019. As we all know a series of Final Fantasy titles are expected to be ported to the Nintendo Switch this year and one of the many FF games confirmed for the hybrid console for this year are the remastered versions of FFX/X-2. While its possible that Final Fantasy X might see a physical release we know for a fact that FFX-2 will only be downloadable for the Nintendo Switch this upcoming Spring on April the 16th. If anything its probably the best way for Square Enix to go about releasing Final Fantasy X-2 for the Nintendo Switch this upcoming April.

There is no question that Final Fantasy X/X-2 is going to end up becoming one of the most high profile RPG’s that we will see on the Nintendo Switch in 2019. For those who are eager to purchase Final Fantasy X/X-2 both games can be pre-ordered online for $49.99 on Square Enix’s website before its official release this upcoming April April. It will be interesting to see how big of an attraction Final Fantasy X/X-2 will end up becoming on the Nintendo Switch throughout 2019.

Upcoming Games- Xenon Racer: (2019)

As far as upcoming games in relation to this year is concerned there are so many titles that many people are looking forward to seeing on various different game consoles. For the Nintendo Switch one of the few video games that has recently been confirmed for a upcoming release this Spring is a futuristic racing title called Xenon Racer. For those who do not know Xenon Racer is a game developed by 3DClouds and published by SOEDESCO and the gameplay looks and resembles the likes of popular futuristic racing titles such as F-Zero and Fast RMX. The setting of Xenon Racer takes place in the near future of 2030 where racers compete against one another in a tournament using electric vehicles.

Xenon Racer is expected to appear on multiple game consoles such as the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam and the Nintendo Switch in March 26th. As a racing game Xenon Racer has the potential to become one of the top games within its genre in relation to 2019. It will be interesting to see how much Xenon Racer sells following its release and whether or not it will surpass the likes of V-Rally 4 in popular this year.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 confirmed for Nintendo Switch in April 2019!!!

As many people know it was confirmed back in 2018 that multiple Final Fantasy games were set to appear on the Nintendo Switch sometime this year. In fact Final Fantasy X/X-2 was one of those games that has been confirmed for this year and it has been recently revealed that its set to appear on the Nintendo Switch on April 16th. For those who do not know Final Fantasy X/X-2 are two popular RPG titles that appeared on the PlayStation 2 back in the early 00’s before the remastered versions of both games appeared on the PlayStation 3 & PlayStation 4 between 2013-2015.

Back in the 00’s nobody ever thought that we were ever going to see Final Fantasy X/X-2 on a Nintendo console. This is especially exciting since the Nintendo Switch is definitely in need of more solid RPG’s and with Final Fantasy X/X-2 are titles that will probably become one of the big attractions on the hybrid console throughout 2019. It will be interesting to see how popular Final Fantasy X-X-2 becomes on the Nintendo Switch as we progress throughout 2019.