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Square Enix has done nothing to polish the graphics in this port which for the price point is a little disheartening. The black borders on both sides of the screen are also disappointing. To see Square do so little to accommodate HD devices and their swath of screen sizes, it makes one wonder how they get away charging the prices they do. See More
The ring command system used for selecting equipment and other options is still as innovative today as it was back in 1993. A first at it's time, the ring command system allowed for users to select their weapons and equipment easily without having to leave the main game screen, making for selecting quite easy. See More
Secret of Mana features a top down real time battle system akin to other action role playing games such as Legend of Zelda that at the time was a large shift from the turn based fare that Square created. Even today Square Enix does not foray too often into the action role playing genre, making for a unique experience when it comes to Square created titles. See More
Secret of Mana was created at the height of the 16bit SNES era and utilized some of the most colorful and stylized fantasy role playing game graphics. While it would have been nice to see Square polish them up a bit for HD devices, they still hold up, especially in a market that has many games designed with bit graphics as a current trend. See More
In its time, Chrono Trigger was the graphic titan. Its animations for abilities are simply beautiful, and the characters and environments are incredibly detailed. The soundtrack for the game is great as well, which serves to draw you even deeper into the story. See More
The characters in the game are written well, each with their own personality. One may be too nice, and will lower their hit points when you attack, just to not offend you. Another may have personal goals of validation from their friends and family. This well fleshed out world works thanks to the characters contained within, making for an enjoyable story filled with humor. See More
Every day, you are able to accrue 100 points from scanning QR codes which can be found either on the internet or in real life. Each scan gives you 10 points, and they don't carry over to the next day. However, you can spend 100 points to scan the islands, allowing you to find a rare pokémon that isn't normally caught in the Alola Isles. See More
Several of the classic pokémon have new forms in this game, giving them new types (this dictates what type of abilities the pokémon will be able to use, and it's strengths/weaknesses) and designs. A few examples are Sandshrew, Vulpix, Raichu, and Grimer. See More
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