Thank you, I finally found it on the Gernan store and ordered, I can sleep in peace tonight! Will PayPal also be charged later?(hope this link works for you)Pre-order Collection of Mana limited print run physical edition available exclusively on the Nintendo Switch™ featuring a special reve...store.eu.square-enix-games.com
It's a bit hidden in the preorder section on the main page. If you're from Germany, France or the UK you'll have to order from your own country's store.
That I don't know. Some stores charge immediately if you're paying with PayPal, some don't (but you should get a message before checking out). Credit Card only gets charged a few days before shipping.
I LOVE how they basically stayed true to the original designs. Even the world has that stylized look of a SNES/Super Famicom Seiken Densetsu world. Sometimes there is value in the original art direction and character designs. You don't always have to change everything or make everything more "complicated" just because. Imagine they went the Tony Taka route and devolved them into a generic modern anime style. *shudders*
Hmm I'll have to see then. I suspect it will also be charged later though since I had to explicitly select my bank-account as the payment option, my PayPal credit wasn't available.
I've just pre-ordered my copy of the collection on Amazon.com, but I'm using a virtual card (courtesy of privacy.com) to pay for the item.
I can tell you for sure tomorrow, my SE order is still in validation-phase. I wonder if I'll run into trouble since I could order just fine because I was already logged in and the order went through but later I realized that my SE account got locked and wanted a password-change, presumably because I tried to order randomly from the UK and French stores before.I've just pre-ordered my copy of the collection on Amazon.com, but I'm using a virtual card (courtesy of privacy.com) to pay for the item.
Though I don't think that the payment will automatically get taken out until the item has shipped. Should I try the official Square-Enix store instead?
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I'm excited for all 3 !!!
Ashodin I know you agree that he looks amazing
Me too. SD3 is a classic I've only got to play once many years ago. I can't wait for the remake. I'll be playing the Collection until then.
I'm starting to believe that Square knows what they are doing. Oh no... Oh no! I have... hope again. Slaythe, I feel so vulnerable.CHECK THOSE SHOTS SOL
Can anyone who's played the Trials of Mana official translation post some pics comparing it to the ROM hack? Really interested to see the differences.www.resetera.com
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I CANT STOP STARING
I would have been SO cynical if I had heard about this beforehand. I honestly didn't know modern Square was capable of something this wonderful. On top of that, Final Fantasy 7: Remake actually looks like it is doing things right at every turn (which is also very hard for me to believe). Things are looking shockingly positive.
Charlotte's scene got to me hard.
I mean at this point they just have to do something with Chrono and they own all of our souls forever.
It is truly a feel good story! The only thing the has me a little bummed is how mild the reception has been. I have now watched two groups of people react to that Nintendo Direct and the reaction was less than enthusiastic. Honestly, it has me worried. I would have thought that the legacy would be strong enough to encourage some enthusiasm.DQ11 proved they can pull it off. Not only that but the DQ11 team has helped Square fix their horrendous pipeline and workflow, to allow them to iterate daily with UE4.
And the Seiken 3 producers said DQ11 was the inspiration for trying out this style and not sticking with something like Secret of Mana remake.
In the end the Enix side saved Square from themselves, that's poetic.
FF6 and Chrono Trigger are basically the next big thing they'll touch up and they won't touch another FF until 7 is finished soooo....
(And let some western devs reboot Soul Reaver. That's it, Square wins for all eternity.)
I mean if the series survived the remake of Secret of Mana I think we're good.It is truly a feel good story! The only thing the has me a little bummed is how mild the reception has been. I have now watched two press conferences where the reaction was less than enthusiastic. Honestly, it has me worried. I would have thought that the legacy would be strong enough to encourage some enthusiasm.
Prove 'em wrong, Trials of Mana. Prove 'em all wrong!
Yeah, it really does look like DQ11 but in a smaller scale. Is it on UE4?