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SNES Longplay [214] Secret of Mana (2p) (part 1 of 8)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem A classic and innovative-for-its-time 1993 action-RPG by (then) Squaresoft for the SNES. Up to 3 players take control of a Boy, a Girl, and a Sprite (an androgynous fairy-like creature) as you hack-and-slash your way through a truly bizarre mishmash of several different storylines. Ironsharp controlled the Boy (as well as commanding the Sprite's magical attacks) and KTheorem controlled the Girl. Excessively long segments of magic skill leveling were cut. Try to guess which palette-swapped sprite will be the next boss! Ironsharp's comments (Boy/Sprite): While the game certainly is a classic and is very much beloved, it has tons of flaws (most of which are exacerbated in co-op play) that render it nearly unplayably tedious at times by today's standards. The slow nature of physical attacks makes magical attacks a necessity but the game's magic/weapon skill system is unneccessarily grindy. Thus, we gave up maxing out our skills when it became increasingly tedious to do so, but it didn't even affect the difficulty by much. Highlights of the game's fun-factor include the first third and the last dungeon. KTheorem's comments (Girl): As the weaker of the two player characters I found much of my time sitting back while Ironsharp hit the enemies punctuated by, as the game went on, increasingly longer and longer recovery/charge cycles. That got boring. The sprite hit-stealing the charged attacks just made it worse. The game would have been much much better if the punishment for attacking an enemy was only the recovery and not also the period of invulnerability. Even the 3 pallet swapped dragons would have been tolerable.
Views: 199540 World of Longplays
Secret of Mana (SNES) Playthrough - NintendoComplete
 
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A playthrough of Square's 1993 action-RPG for the Super Nintendo, Secret of Mana. Secret of Mana, or Seiken Densetsu 2 as it was called in Japan, is the direct sequel to Square's 1991 Game Boy game Final Fantasy Adventure. It's a top-down RPG that was hailed for it's graphics, music, and its multitap-driven three-player co-op game play, and is still regarded as one of the SNES's best action-oriented role-playing games. Since the remake was just released yesterday (2/15/18), I figured it was about time to upload my video of this classic. While at first glance it looks a lot like a stylized Zelda-style game, Secret of Mana does several things to differentiate itself. The first (and among the most remembered) of the game's unique features is the multitap support. Using the attachment that was originally packed in with Super Bomberman, three players, can all jump in and play at the same time once the entire party has been assembled. It was a massive amount of fun to play it this way - coordinating and attacking with a couple of buddies really gave the game a unique feel, especially when you compare it to the (even still today) isolated single-player experiences that RPGs typically offer. Of course you can play it solo or with one friend - the remaining characters will be taken care of by the AI. It's not always intelligent - there is a tendency for the computer-controlled ones to get stuck behind walls and trees, or to stand gormlessly as they get whacked by monsters - but usually it works fairly well. Better than you'd expect for a game from 1993. Even though the story takes some pretty dark turns later on, Secret of Mana manages to maintain a cheerful, upbeat presentation throughout the majority of the game. The graphics are impressively detailed, and there are a lot of little background animations that make the world come alive - just check out the wind blowing around the flowers and grass in the first few areas. It might not seem like much now, but such attention to detail was something that you didn't see often in the first half of the 16-bit generation's games. The enemies are extremely memorable, imaginative, and often quite goofy - I always like the waddling "mushbooms" that spray spores at you and little teddy bears that dress up like Robin Hood to shoot arrows at the party. The bosses are usually impressive and huge, and the spell effects get fairly impressive later on in the game. The music is one of my favorite things about Secret of Mana. The soundtrack has been praised time-and-time again over the years, and it has held up extremely well. Though it's usually orchestral in nature, the sound is markedly different than what you usually get with Uematsu's Final Fantasy scores. It changes its tone on a dime to match the action, swinging between frantic, electronic dance-style tracks to subdued, emotive piano melodies in an instant. The range of styles is amazing - the fact that Hiroki Kikuta (the composer) could hit each of them is impressive, but that each and every track succeeds so well is an incredible achievement. Apparently he sampled the instruments himself while composing so that the final in-game tracks would sound as he intended them to, and it was a worthwhile effort. Not only is it well-composed, but the quality of the samples is a substantial jump over what you'll find in most cart-based titles, and makes the music feel richer and fuller than you'd expect out of a mere eight channels. The gameplay holds up well, too. Granted, the game was always a bit glitchy, but once you figure out the game's few quirks, it usually works just fine. The battle system is an interested hybrid of old and new - though it's all played out in real-time, the accuracy and power of your hits relies more on your stats than it does on making sure that you're character's weapon visibly makes contact with the enemy. It can lead to a few annoying whiffs, but it does make sense once you've acclimated to it. I absolutely love Secret of Mana. I always have, and it's hard to imagine that I'd ever feel otherwise about it. From the story to the gameplay to the aesthetics, this sequel improves in just about every way humanly possible over Final Fantasy Adventure. It might not be perfect, nor is it even among Square's best on the SNES - seriously, how can any game compete against their hulking juggernaut of a 16-bit line-up? But Secret of Mana is an amazing adventure, and it's one that you'll never forget once you've played it. There's a good reason that Nintendo included it with the SNES Classic. It is a classic. *Please note that there are few cuts when I level-up - you'll notice a stat jump when these happen. Those points were super boring, so I axed them to keep the video moving along. _ No cheats were used during the recording of this video. NintendoComplete (http://www.nintendocomplete.com/) punches you in the face with in-depth reviews, screenshot archives, and music from classic 8-bit NES games!
Views: 27864 NintendoComplete
Secret of Mana: Why the Hype? - SNESdrunk
 
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Flawed but still great. New SNES-related video every Tuesday, and something else (Genesis, Game Boy, whatever) on Thursdays. I don't respond to comments on YouTube. Go to Twitter (http://twitter.com/SNESdrunk) and comment there instead SNESdrunk's Patreon page, if you're into that sort of thing: https://www.patreon.com/snesdrunk Binge watch SNESdrunk: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLib8CA6AKJM8KLkWy4JGGYP0d4E-JYZOa
Views: 92877 SNES drunk
Secret of Mana - SNES Complete Playthrough
 
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This is my complete playthrough of Secret of Mana on the SNES. YouTube have stopped showing annotations on all videos now so the notes that I had included during the run have now been deleted. I used the NTSC version of the game for this run. I played on my own and didn't use any glitches or cheats. --------------------- If you are trying to find a specific part of the run then this is when I first arrive at different locations during the run: Gaia's Navel = 0:24:30 Elinee's Castle = 0:41:20 Underground Palace = 1:05:50 Pandora Ruins = 1:21:00 Thieves' Ship = 1:30:10 Upper Land = 1:39:30 Matango = 1:52:40 Kakkara = 2:08:30 Ice Country = 2:17:00 Ice Palace = 2:32:30 Fire Palace = 2:47:30 Southtown & Sewers = 2:56:30 Northtown & Northtown Ruins = 3:01:00 Northtown Castle = 3:29:00 Gold City Palace (Part 1 - finding the key) = 3:44:30 Lofty Mountain Palace = 3:50:00 Gold City & Palace (Part 2) = 4:00:40 Moon Palace = 4:14:10 Tasnica Castle = 4:16:30 Lofty Mountains Cave = 4:21:40 Tree Palace = 4:33:00 Pure Land = 5:17:10 Mana Fortress = 5:46:00 Thanatos/Dark Lich = 6:06:50 Mana Beast = 6:14:50 End Credits = 6:33:20 -------------------------- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): 1. Why do you keep skipping enemies and treasure chests? It was mostly done to try and keep the video shorter. Some enemies can be annoying to kill so I skip them. Most of the treasure chests contain items that I don't need or traps so I skip most of them. 2. What is levelling up? Levelling up is a common term used in games like this. Levelling up is when you spend time killing extra enemies that you didn't have to kill to gain money and experience. This increases your characters' levels and that gives you benefits such as more health and magic points, stronger attacks and better defense. 3. How do you get the girl before the sprite? After leaving Potos Village at the start, walk to the Water Palace instead of using the Cannon Travel and then talk to Dyluck's soldiers until they leave. On the way to Gaia's Navel, the girl will rescue you when you get captured by goblins. When you get to Pandora, go north-east to the castle and you will meet her in there. Watch 0:08:00-0:15:00 of this video for that part. 4. Where is the Sea Hare's Tail? After you get Flammie, fly to the small island to the south of Kakkara. Go up to the shop and he will give you the Sea Hare's Tail for free. Watch 3:42:30-3:43:00 of this video for that part. 5. Where is the Moogle Belt? After you get Flammie, get the Sea Hare's Tail and then fly north to Kakkara and land in the town there. Talk to one of the men at the top and they will exchange your Sea Hare's Tail for the Moogle Belt. Watch 3:43:50-3:44:10 of this video for that part. 6. Where is the Midge Mallet? After you get Flammie, go back to the Dwarf's Village in Gaia's Navel. Go downstairs and talk to the man standing near the Underground Palace entrance. Talk to him and he will give you the Midge Mallet for free. Watch 3:49:30-3:49:50 of this video for that part. 7. Where can I find a map for this game? Search for 'Secret of Mana Map' on Google Images. --------------------- Extra Notes: - I wanted to try and keep the video as short as I could so I skipped a lot of enemies during this run however I would recommend killing every enemy you see except for any that you find really annoying and difficult to kill. This caused me problems on this run because I was low on money at several points in the game and couldn't always afford the best armour and because my characters' levels were lower, my health and magic points were lower too. - I would recommend levelling up a lot more than I do in this run. You can also level up on your magic to get your elementals up to a higher level which gives you stronger magic spells. There is a limit to how much you can level up on your magic and it depends on how many Mana seeds you have got up to that point. For example, if you have got four Mana seeds then you can't get your magic levels higher than level 4. - The best way of levelling up is to find the strongest enemies you can at that point in the game and to kill them continuously. The stronger the enemy is then the more money and experience you will probably get from killing them. - I don't always buy the best armour even when I can afford it. I am often low on money because I skipped a lot of enemies and didn't do much levelling up so I save my money to buy better armour later on if the next part of the game is quite easy to complete. - There are a few rings/gloves which give you better attacks such as the Power Wrist whilst most of them give you better defence. You will see me keep my Power Wrists for a long time on this run because I wanted to have stronger attacks.
Views: 20667 Adam Bozon
Secret of Mana - SNES Gameplay
 
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Game info/discussion at http://s.nesgui.de/sm | "Secret of Mana" (SNES), published by Square Soft, 1993 | Also known as "Seiken Densetsu 2" on the Super Famicom. | This game is also available on the Wii Virtual Console (US) | Basic demonstration of natural gameplay; no commentary, no cheats/tool-assistance, not a speed-run. Captured from an original model North American SNES console. SNESguide is currently in the process of produding gameplay video for the approximately 715 unique titles produced for the original 16-bit Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in the North American market. The SNESguide project began in 2008 as the original NESguide project was nearing completion of it's initial goal to capture all NES games. For more information, SNES related news, discussion and/or to follow the project: stay connected via your social network of choice... http://facebook.com/snesguide http://twitter.com/snesguide Join us in keeping the spirit of classic gaming alive! http://snesguide.com
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Классика с Super Nintendo / Secret of Mana 2018 обзор
 
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Secret of Mana Video Walkthrough 1/3
 
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This is the first of three videos for my video walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough / etc of the SNES RPG Secret of Mana. This video goes from the start to just a little bit after getting Salamando. Thanks goes to Dark Wyvern and mastawolf over at GameFAQs.com for their hints, tips, and suggestions. I had wanted some advice on some things to do during the video (since I usually take the time to grind out spell and weapon levels, and I tried not to do that in the videos), and they provided some useful information. As far as names go in this game, I named the hero after myself, Dark Wyvern wanted the girl to be called Kelly, so I called her that, and as for the sprite, I named him what I did when me and my brother first played this game years and years ago....It's a bad pun, I know, but it was the only name I could think of... :P In these 3 videos, there really is only time tiny bit of grinding (It doesn't even last that long.) In this video, after getting the sprite, I don't have enough cash to buy every bit of armor for him, so I took to the caves for a few minutes to get the gold for it. Other than that, I pretty much go from point A to point B. When I get magic, I still go from point A to B, but I do cast spells quite a bit. Most of the magic isn't leveled up in these videos except for a few. Mainly Undine for the girl and Gnome for the sprite. All the others (at least for the sprite) get leveled up either once or twice, or just none at all....Since I didn't want to spend time grinding, some sacrifices had to be made.
Views: 329599 SaikyoMog
SNES Secret of Mana - In the beginning...
 
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Special! This is special. If I ever had to choose a single game to take with me to far, far away, where there would a be a SNES, this would be the one. "Secret of Mana" (or "Seiken Desentsu 2", the first was on the Gameboy, renamed "Final Fantasy Adventure" in the West) basically made me rethink my entire concept of video games and the Super Nintendo. From beginning (in the video) to the end, there was always an incredible joy and need to go further, to see what was ahead, to move to a new part of the world, or simply to stay still and enjoy the amazing OST by Hiroki Kikuta (which I still hear today, btw). A curious fact, this game was originally being developed to the Super CD, the SNES CD add-on which eventually was scrapped and Sony turned the project into the original Playstation, so most of the game was remade to fit on a single cart. I wonder how it would have looked on a CD... no one will ever know. It was also great to see this not only released in the USA but Europe as well, it was great news, and I was super thrilled the day It finally arrived in Portugal, immediately picking it up. Only left my SNES when I finished it, returning to it time after time when I wanted to enjoy some more of the music. If you have never played "Secret of Mana", you haven't lived. :)
Views: 191187 ShiryuGL
Test de Secret of Mana sur Super Nintendo par Usulmaster
 
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Test du jeu Secret of Mana sur Super Nintendo par Usulmaster http://www.snes-fr.net
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SNES Longplay [214] Secret of Mana (2p) (part 4 of 8)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem A classic and innovative-for-its-time 1993 action-RPG by (then) Squaresoft for the SNES. Up to 3 players take control of a Boy, a Girl, and a Sprite (an androgynous fairy-like creature) as you hack-and-slash your way through a truly bizarre mishmash of several different storylines. Ironsharp controlled the Boy (as well as commanding the Sprite's magical attacks) and KTheorem controlled the Girl. Excessively long segments of magic skill leveling were cut. Try to guess which palette-swapped sprite will be the next boss! Ironsharp's comments (Boy/Sprite): While the game certainly is a classic and is very much beloved, it has tons of flaws (most of which are exacerbated in co-op play) that render it nearly unplayably tedious at times by today's standards. The slow nature of physical attacks makes magical attacks a necessity but the game's magic/weapon skill system is unneccessarily grindy. Thus, we gave up maxing out our skills when it became increasingly tedious to do so, but it didn't even affect the difficulty by much. Highlights of the game's fun-factor include the first third and the last dungeon. KTheorem's comments (Girl): As the weaker of the two player characters I found much of my time sitting back while Ironsharp hit the enemies punctuated by, as the game went on, increasingly longer and longer recovery/charge cycles. That got boring. The sprite hit-stealing the charged attacks just made it worse. The game would have been much much better if the punishment for attacking an enemy was only the recovery and not also the period of invulnerability. Even the 3 pallet swapped dragons would have been tolerable.
Views: 13650 World of Longplays
SNES Longplay [214] Secret of Mana (2p) (part 2 of 8)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem A classic and innovative-for-its-time 1993 action-RPG by (then) Squaresoft for the SNES. Up to 3 players take control of a Boy, a Girl, and a Sprite (an androgynous fairy-like creature) as you hack-and-slash your way through a truly bizarre mishmash of several different storylines. Ironsharp controlled the Boy (as well as commanding the Sprite's magical attacks) and KTheorem controlled the Girl. Excessively long segments of magic skill leveling were cut. Try to guess which palette-swapped sprite will be the next boss! Ironsharp's comments (Boy/Sprite): While the game certainly is a classic and is very much beloved, it has tons of flaws (most of which are exacerbated in co-op play) that render it nearly unplayably tedious at times by today's standards. The slow nature of physical attacks makes magical attacks a necessity but the game's magic/weapon skill system is unneccessarily grindy. Thus, we gave up maxing out our skills when it became increasingly tedious to do so, but it didn't even affect the difficulty by much. Highlights of the game's fun-factor include the first third and the last dungeon. KTheorem's comments (Girl): As the weaker of the two player characters I found much of my time sitting back while Ironsharp hit the enemies punctuated by, as the game went on, increasingly longer and longer recovery/charge cycles. That got boring. The sprite hit-stealing the charged attacks just made it worse. The game would have been much much better if the punishment for attacking an enemy was only the recovery and not also the period of invulnerability. Even the 3 pallet swapped dragons would have been tolerable.
Views: 27391 World of Longplays
SNES Secret of Mana in 1:46:29.9 by Touch-Me
 
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Secret of Mana TAS has finally come to TASViedos. Secret of Mana is an ARPG published by Square. It is internationally regarded as the first one of Mana series, but Japanese title is "Seiken Densetsu 2" as the sequel of "Final Fantasy Adventure". It utilizes real-time battles like many other ARPGs, but there are many features peculiar to this game, such as the "Ring Command" or multiplayer action. Thanks to them, this game has got much popularity all over the world. Playing this game, we find our spirit of adventure coming up to walk around the beautiful world or fight against evils, or even save the world. This is a tool-assisted video, played on an emulator, blah blah blah. Thanks goes to Touch-me, who encoded this video himself.
Views: 164564 OmnipotentEntity
"Secret of Mana" (Seiken Densetsu 2) / Super Nintendo 1993 / All Boss Battles
 
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A very important entry in Squaresoft's golden era library! This is one of my go-to games when I feel like actually hacking-and-slashing vs. my usual turn-based RPG preferences. Hiroki Kikuta's soundtrack is incredible - and it's one of those things that makes me feel 8 years old every time I hear it. The intro to the boss music, "Danger", is kind of grating, but you have to love that galloping bass line, and the song gets epic as it goes on. A full 2 minute loop, btw, which was almost unheard of in 1993. Like the boss music and guitars? Click this :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ek3EUYlz-d0 1 - Mantis Ant 0:00 2 - Tropicallo 1:24 3 - Spikey Tiger 3:14 4 - Biting Lizard 5:19 5 - Fire Gigas 7:16 6 - Wall Face 10:19 7 - Kilroy 12:48 8 - Jabberwocky 16:47 9 - Spring Beak 19:14 10 - Great Viper 20:50 11 - Mech Rider 24:25 12 - Boreal Face 26:11 13 - Minotaur 28:54 14 - Biting Lizard x3 30:40 15 - Frost Gigas 33:19 16 - Doom Wall 36:14 17 - Vampire 38:19 18 - Metal Mantis 40:57 19 - Mech Rider (The Empire) 42:24 20 - Lime Slime 43:53 21 - Blue Spike 45:47 22 - Gorgon Bull 48:35 23 - Shadow x3 50:09 24 - Aegagropilon 52:08 25 - Hydra 55:20 26 - Kettle Kin 57:41 27 - Snap Dragon 59:17 28 - Hexas 1:01:13 29 - Mech Rider (Grand Palace) 1:04:23 30 - Dragon Worm 1:07:34 31 - Snow Dragon 1:10:26 32 - Axe Beak 1:11:45 33 - Red Dragon 1:13:23 34 - Thunder Gigas 1:14:46 35 - Blue Dragon 1:18:24 36 - Buffy 1:20:26 37 - Dread Slime 1:23:51 38 - Dark Lich 1:29:44 39 - Mana Beast (Final Boss) 1:33:14
Views: 1802 Red88Rex
Julien se souvient de Secret of Mana, un des meilleurs jeux de tous les temps !
 
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Let's Play Secret of Mana [Deutsch/German] Part 1
 
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Zurück zu den Wurzeln! Vor 2 Jahre begann ich mein erstes Let's Play, Secret of Mana, jetzt fange ich erneut an, mit besserer Qualität!
Views: 9756 Lucsy3012
CGRundertow SECRET OF MANA for SNES / Super Nintendo Video Game Review
 
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Secret of Mana for the Super Nintendo, from Square. The second game in the Mana series (aka Seiken Densetsu 2 in Japan) would further the innovations set forth in the prior Final Fantasy Adventure, bringing the concept of the action RPG to an all new level. This sequel features more refined real time combat mechanics, an efficient Ring Command menu system to manage equipment and options, and most notably the ability to play with up to three players simulatneously. Top it off with an engaging storyline, beautiful graphics, and a top notch soundtrack, and it's no secret that this is one of the greatest adventures to be experienced on the SNES. This review features Secret of Mana gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin. Check out more reviews from Classic Game Room at http://www.YouTube.com/CGRundertow, http://www.YouTube.com/CGRoverboard and http://www.YouTube.com/ClassicGameRoom. For the latest trailers visit http://www.YouTube.com/CGRtrailers. Get more Classic Game Room on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ClassicGameRoom and at http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com.
Views: 68163 CGRundertow
SNES Longplay [214] Secret of Mana (2p) (part 7 of 8)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem A classic and innovative-for-its-time 1993 action-RPG by (then) Squaresoft for the SNES. Up to 3 players take control of a Boy, a Girl, and a Sprite (an androgynous fairy-like creature) as you hack-and-slash your way through a truly bizarre mishmash of several different storylines. Ironsharp controlled the Boy (as well as commanding the Sprite's magical attacks) and KTheorem controlled the Girl. Excessively long segments of magic skill leveling were cut. Try to guess which palette-swapped sprite will be the next boss! Ironsharp's comments (Boy/Sprite): While the game certainly is a classic and is very much beloved, it has tons of flaws (most of which are exacerbated in co-op play) that render it nearly unplayably tedious at times by today's standards. The slow nature of physical attacks makes magical attacks a necessity but the game's magic/weapon skill system is unneccessarily grindy. Thus, we gave up maxing out our skills when it became increasingly tedious to do so, but it didn't even affect the difficulty by much. Highlights of the game's fun-factor include the first third and the last dungeon. KTheorem's comments (Girl): As the weaker of the two player characters I found much of my time sitting back while Ironsharp hit the enemies punctuated by, as the game went on, increasingly longer and longer recovery/charge cycles. That got boring. The sprite hit-stealing the charged attacks just made it worse. The game would have been much much better if the punishment for attacking an enemy was only the recovery and not also the period of invulnerability. Even the 3 pallet swapped dragons would have been tolerable.
Views: 8850 World of Longplays
SNES Longplay [214] Secret of Mana (2p) (part 6 of 8)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem A classic and innovative-for-its-time 1993 action-RPG by (then) Squaresoft for the SNES. Up to 3 players take control of a Boy, a Girl, and a Sprite (an androgynous fairy-like creature) as you hack-and-slash your way through a truly bizarre mishmash of several different storylines. Ironsharp controlled the Boy (as well as commanding the Sprite's magical attacks) and KTheorem controlled the Girl. Excessively long segments of magic skill leveling were cut. Try to guess which palette-swapped sprite will be the next boss! Ironsharp's comments (Boy/Sprite): While the game certainly is a classic and is very much beloved, it has tons of flaws (most of which are exacerbated in co-op play) that render it nearly unplayably tedious at times by today's standards. The slow nature of physical attacks makes magical attacks a necessity but the game's magic/weapon skill system is unneccessarily grindy. Thus, we gave up maxing out our skills when it became increasingly tedious to do so, but it didn't even affect the difficulty by much. Highlights of the game's fun-factor include the first third and the last dungeon. KTheorem's comments (Girl): As the weaker of the two player characters I found much of my time sitting back while Ironsharp hit the enemies punctuated by, as the game went on, increasingly longer and longer recovery/charge cycles. That got boring. The sprite hit-stealing the charged attacks just made it worse. The game would have been much much better if the punishment for attacking an enemy was only the recovery and not also the period of invulnerability. Even the 3 pallet swapped dragons would have been tolerable.
Views: 9697 World of Longplays
Secret Of Mana | Super Nintendo Classic Mini | Folge 10 | SNES Mini
 
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*** Special zum Super Nintendo Classic Mini *** Folge 10: Secret Of Mana *** Super Nintendo Entertainment System ***: https://goo.gl/ygXqML _________________________________________________________________ ► Impressum: http://goo.gl/IcrMua *Kommentiertes Gameplay von MrVenom1974 (2017)* Name: Secret Of Mana Entwickler: Square Publisher: Square Erschienen: 1993 Plattform: SNES / Super Nintendo Typ: JRPG Hallo liebe Nintendofreunde und Big N tut es doch! Nach dem Erfolg und den vielen Lieferengpässen bringt im September Nintendo den SNES Mini raus (RESELLER ROLF & EBAY ERNST horchen leider auch auf). Deswegen blicken wir auf die 20+1 Titel vom SNES und die speziellen Titel vom Super Famicom Mini. Hier kann der alles zum SNES Mini Classic bestellt werden (wenn Ihr Glück habt): http://amzn.to/2t6ttOC Vielen Dank für's Zuhören und Zusehen. Ihr seid einfach die Besten! _________________________________________________________________ Unterstützt mich bei Amazon: http://goo.gl/In8hbp oder bei Play-Asia Links: http://goo.gl/SNMAZk oder jetzt auch bei Patreon: https://goo.gl/YTRrAJ ► Alle Playlisten: http://goo.gl/WYTo7 ► Alle Videos: http://goo.gl/zdmkc ► Direkt abonnieren: http://goo.gl/5P8yPC ► YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/mrvenom1974 ► Twitter: http://twitter.com/mrvenom1974 ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrvenom1974/ ► Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/mrvenomtrue ► Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mrvenom1974/profile
Views: 2016 MrVenom1974
Secret Of Mana Review! (SNES) The Game Collection
 
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In this Secret of Mana Review, SuperDerek re-examines the merits of a SNES Classic Action RPG: Secret of Mana! Visit http://www.SuperDerekRPGs.com for more RPG Reviews
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SNES Longplay [214] Secret of Mana (2p) (part 5 of 8)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem A classic and innovative-for-its-time 1993 action-RPG by (then) Squaresoft for the SNES. Up to 3 players take control of a Boy, a Girl, and a Sprite (an androgynous fairy-like creature) as you hack-and-slash your way through a truly bizarre mishmash of several different storylines. Ironsharp controlled the Boy (as well as commanding the Sprite's magical attacks) and KTheorem controlled the Girl. Excessively long segments of magic skill leveling were cut. Try to guess which palette-swapped sprite will be the next boss! Ironsharp's comments (Boy/Sprite): While the game certainly is a classic and is very much beloved, it has tons of flaws (most of which are exacerbated in co-op play) that render it nearly unplayably tedious at times by today's standards. The slow nature of physical attacks makes magical attacks a necessity but the game's magic/weapon skill system is unneccessarily grindy. Thus, we gave up maxing out our skills when it became increasingly tedious to do so, but it didn't even affect the difficulty by much. Highlights of the game's fun-factor include the first third and the last dungeon. KTheorem's comments (Girl): As the weaker of the two player characters I found much of my time sitting back while Ironsharp hit the enemies punctuated by, as the game went on, increasingly longer and longer recovery/charge cycles. That got boring. The sprite hit-stealing the charged attacks just made it worse. The game would have been much much better if the punishment for attacking an enemy was only the recovery and not also the period of invulnerability. Even the 3 pallet swapped dragons would have been tolerable.
Views: 12079 World of Longplays
The Secret 2-Player Games of the SNES Classic
 
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The Super NES Classic has quite a few 2-Player games! But as it turns out, there are a couple more multiplayer that it doesn't tell you about! We show how to play with 2 people in Yoshi's Island and Earthbound! --------------------------------- Follow GameXplain! --------------------------------- ➤ PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/GameXplain ➤ FACEBOOK:: http://www.facebook.com/gamexplain ➤ TWITTER: http://twitter.com/GameXplain ➤ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/gamexplain_official ➤ GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/108004348435696627453 ⮞ Support us by shopping @ Play-Asia- http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1351441 & @ AMAZON- http://geni.us/wq8 ⮞ Get our Real Talk Podcast early for $1/month at https://www.patreon.com/GameXplain
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SNES Longplay [214] Secret of Mana (2p) (part 8 of 8)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem A classic and innovative-for-its-time 1993 action-RPG by (then) Squaresoft for the SNES. Up to 3 players take control of a Boy, a Girl, and a Sprite (an androgynous fairy-like creature) as you hack-and-slash your way through a truly bizarre mishmash of several different storylines. Ironsharp controlled the Boy (as well as commanding the Sprite's magical attacks) and KTheorem controlled the Girl. Excessively long segments of magic skill leveling were cut. Try to guess which palette-swapped sprite will be the next boss! Ironsharp's comments (Boy/Sprite): While the game certainly is a classic and is very much beloved, it has tons of flaws (most of which are exacerbated in co-op play) that render it nearly unplayably tedious at times by today's standards. The slow nature of physical attacks makes magical attacks a necessity but the game's magic/weapon skill system is unneccessarily grindy. Thus, we gave up maxing out our skills when it became increasingly tedious to do so, but it didn't even affect the difficulty by much. Highlights of the game's fun-factor include the first third and the last dungeon. KTheorem's comments (Girl): As the weaker of the two player characters I found much of my time sitting back while Ironsharp hit the enemies punctuated by, as the game went on, increasingly longer and longer recovery/charge cycles. That got boring. The sprite hit-stealing the charged attacks just made it worse. The game would have been much much better if the punishment for attacking an enemy was only the recovery and not also the period of invulnerability. Even the 3 pallet swapped dragons would have been tolerable.
Views: 12503 World of Longplays
SNES Classic Mini - #09: Secret of Mana
 
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Support Shiryu on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Shiryu https://www.facebook.com/ShiryuVideoGames/ https://www.facebook.com/ShiryuMusic/ Gameplay showcase of "Secret of Mana" on the SNES Classic Mini. Using the ninth frame, prologue up to the Water Palace. my favorite Super Nintendo game of all time on my birthday seemed highly appropriated.Enjoy!
Views: 890 ShiryuGL
Secret of Mana (SNES) Ending
 
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Ending for Secret of Mana
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Secret of Mana 2 - Longplay [SNES]
 
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Donate and chose the next Longplay: https://youtube.streamlabs.com/UCmregzq3nrOmNn56i0D4g8Q Seiken Densetsu 3 (聖剣伝説3, lit. "Legend of the Sacred Sword 3") is a 1995 action role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Famicom. It is the sequel to the 1993 game Seiken Densetsu 2 (released as Secret of Mana outside Japan), and is the third installment in the Mana series. Set in a high fantasy world, the game follows three heroes as they attempt to claim the legendary Mana Sword and prevent the God Beasts from being unleashed and destroying the world. It features three lengthy main plotlines and six different possible main characters, each with their own storylines, and allows two players to play simultaneously. Seiken Densetsu 3 builds on the gameplay of its predecessor with multiple enhancements, including the use of a time progression system with transitions from day to night and weekday to weekday in game time, and a wide range of character classes to choose from, which provides each character with an exclusive set of skills and status progression. The game was designed by series creator Koichi Ishii, directed by veteran Square designer Hiromichi Tanaka, and produced by Tetsuhisa Tsuruzono. Artwork was produced by manga and anime artist Nobuteru Yūki, while the music was composed by Secret of Mana composer Hiroki Kikuta. Although the game was only published in Japan, English-speaking players have been able to play Seiken Densetsu 3 due to an unofficial English fan translation, first released in 2000. Seiken Densetsu 3 received considerable acclaim from reviewers, who praised the graphics as among the best ever made for the Super Famicom and the gameplay as an improved version of its predecessor's. The plot received mixed reviews by critics, who found the overlapping stories to be interesting and to enhance replayability, but the characters and plotlines themselves to be flat and clichéd. Overall, the game is considered by some critics to be a Super Famicom classic and one of the best role-playing games of the 16-bit era.
Views: 15714 Longplay
Secret of Mana (SNES): Co-op - Pt.1
 
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Felicidades meus Fiéis (^_^), somos a 3nity Society; começando um projeto extenso, com altas horas de diversão garantida S2!!! Nada melhor que desfrutar dessa Magnífica obra, com um Cooperativo Local (LycaN e Eysar).
Views: 2844 3nity Society
Secret of Mana - SNES - 007 - Underground Palace & Boss
 
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Secret of Mana - SNES - 007 - Underground Palace & Boss: Fire Gigas Part 7: This part includes: Completion of the Underground Palace, Beating the boss: Fire Gigas and receiving Gnome's magic! Please Visit: http://www.bonersgames.com or don't, whatever.
Views: 4421 BJsRetroGames
SNES Longplay [214] Secret of Mana (2p) (part 3 of 8)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem A classic and innovative-for-its-time 1993 action-RPG by (then) Squaresoft for the SNES. Up to 3 players take control of a Boy, a Girl, and a Sprite (an androgynous fairy-like creature) as you hack-and-slash your way through a truly bizarre mishmash of several different storylines. Ironsharp controlled the Boy (as well as commanding the Sprite's magical attacks) and KTheorem controlled the Girl. Excessively long segments of magic skill leveling were cut. Try to guess which palette-swapped sprite will be the next boss! Ironsharp's comments (Boy/Sprite): While the game certainly is a classic and is very much beloved, it has tons of flaws (most of which are exacerbated in co-op play) that render it nearly unplayably tedious at times by today's standards. The slow nature of physical attacks makes magical attacks a necessity but the game's magic/weapon skill system is unneccessarily grindy. Thus, we gave up maxing out our skills when it became increasingly tedious to do so, but it didn't even affect the difficulty by much. Highlights of the game's fun-factor include the first third and the last dungeon. KTheorem's comments (Girl): As the weaker of the two player characters I found much of my time sitting back while Ironsharp hit the enemies punctuated by, as the game went on, increasingly longer and longer recovery/charge cycles. That got boring. The sprite hit-stealing the charged attacks just made it worse. The game would have been much much better if the punishment for attacking an enemy was only the recovery and not also the period of invulnerability. Even the 3 pallet swapped dragons would have been tolerable.
Views: 17181 World of Longplays
[Vinesauce] Vinny - Secret of Mana [SNES Classic] (part 1)
 
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Vinny streams Secret of Mana for SNES Classic live on Vinesauce! Subscribe for more Full Sauce Streams ► http://bit.ly/fullsauce Twitch Livestream of Secret of Mana! This is a video game for the SNES Classic, the stream was recorded/edited by Vappyvap (Vappyvap88). Stream date: February 19, 2018 Follow Vinesauce on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/vinesauce Follow Vinesauce on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vine.sauce Follow Vinesauce on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vinesauce Subscribe to Vinesauce! ► http://bit.ly/vinesaucesub Check out my Bandcamp! ♫ https://vine.bandcamp.com/ Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vinnyvinesauce Draw something for the Vinebooru! ► https://booru.vineshroom.net/ Tagging tutorial for the Vinebooru: http://bit.ly/boorututorial STORE: http://vinesauce.com/shop/ *Stream Playlist* ► http://bit.ly/SoM-PL, http://bit.ly/snesC-PL
Secret of Mana (SNES) Final Battle
 
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Character & Weapon Stats: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v311/artificialraven/Game%20Pics/topweapons.jpg Final Battle of Secret of Mana. lvl 99, hero has max weapon lvls and girl & sprite have all they're magic close to max. not sure how many hours i put into it but i'm guessing at least 40.
Views: 259511 Artificialraven
3-Player Secret of Mana 2 (Seiken Densetsu 3) Cartridge - SNES Review
 
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With the PS4 remake of Secret of Mana (Seiken Densetsu 2) imminent, it seems like the perfect time to talk about the 3-player patch for Secret of Mana 2 (Seiken Densetsu 3) on the Super Nintendo. The three of us have been playing this game together every year during the holidays for eight years now, and we still haven't finished the game! The game was never officially released in English by Squaresoft. Maybe this one should have been on the SNES Mini/Classic.
Views: 4964 Basement Brothers
[TAS] SNES Secret of Mana "game end glitch" by HHS in 08:15.5
 
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This is a tool-assisted speedrun. For more information, see http://tasvideos.org/2739M.html. TAS originally published on 2014-12-14. This movie takes advantage of a bug in the dialogue handling that was discovered by accident during a live streamed playthrough. Under certain conditions, the game will erroneously present a dialogue choice allowing the player to skip to unrelated parts of the game script, which is used to skip to the "The End" screen. There is an extra HQ encode (http://tasvideos.org/forum/p/395527#395527) for this run, accessible by this link (https://archive.org/download/secretofmana-tas-glitched-hhs/secretofmana-tas-glitched-hhs_extraHQ.mkv) .
Views: 11693 TASVideosChannel
SNES MSU1 Secret of Mana
 
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DarkShock strikes again and this time, is "just" my all time favourite SNES game ever (and one of the finest video game soundtracks I ever heard). That's rigt, it's time to give "secret of Mana" the old MSU-1 magic CD quality soudntrack makeover, so here is the very beggining of this still amazing game. Since this was supossed to be one of the very first Nintendo/Sony Super CD games, we have come full circle. Shutouts to the usual suspects: DarkShock, byuu, Nintendo, Hiroki Kikuta, Squaresoft and the people who gahtered and made these cover versions of the extensive SoM soundtrack. Enjoy! Romhacking.net Project Page: http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2467/
Views: 12417 ShiryuGL
(Let's Play) Secret of Mana - Ep. 1 | Retire l'épée ! | FR [SNES]
 
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#1 - Let's Play / Walkthrough / Épopée / Direct Play de Secret of Mana sur Super Nintendo / SNES. Un classique du genre, Seiken Densetsu 2, de son nom Japonais, a été l'un des action RPG les plus marquant pour toute une génération. J'espère que vous apprécierez cette nouvelle aventure en ma compagnie.
Views: 988 spinaro0ny
Secret of Mana :: SPEED RUN (Co-op) SNES by StingerPA & Yagamoth #AGDQ 2014
 
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Please leave a 'Like' to show us which runs you enjoy most. Run starts at 07:10. Game #74, played by StingerPA (http://www.twitch.tv/StingerPA) (https://twitter.com/stingerpa) and Yagamoth (http://www.twitch.tv/Yagamoth) (http://www.youtube.com/user/DonYagamoth) (https://twitter.com/DonYagamoth). Time 2:13:00 © 2014 SDA. Couch commentators: Released in October 1993, Secret of Mana sets three teenagers on a quest to save the world. At some point in the past, a civilization used a force known as Mana to become powerful. This mana was used to constuct the ultimate weapon: the Mana Fortress. The Fortress was eventually destroyed by complicated events surrounding a war with the gods, giving rise to an era of peace. But time flows like a river...and history repeats... The evil Empire, led by Thanatos, is set on reactivating the mana fortress. The unsuspecting hero and his companions must find a way to stop this, before it's too late. Source: http://speeddemosarchive.com/SecretOfMana.html At this past Awesome Games Done Quick, $1,025,000 was raised for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. It only took a week of continuous streaming, 18,000 donors, and many many runners to achieve. A big thanks to everyone responsible for these amazing numbers, what a humbling achievement. For comparison, last year's event raised just under $500,000. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Follow SDA on Twitter https://twitter.com/SDAspeedruns Youtube playlist for AGDQ 2014 http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMNeTFVQZEQNOKx55mGOeTWdGSg0ywDHw See SDA on Twitch http://www.twitch.tv/speeddemosarchivesda See all runs from SGDQ 2013 http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMNeTFVQZEQOk-fVeyPAd2kyqQDjhYm8w&feature=mh_lolz Get a text message every time a video is uploaded http://motube.us/SpeedDemosArchiveSDA ------------------------------------------------------------------ Download AGDQ 2014 https://archive.org/details/AwesomeGamesDoneQuick2014 Download SGDQ 2013 http://archive.org/details/SummerGamesDoneQuick2013 SGDQ 2013 Highlight reel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGcp6l67qiU&feature=youtu.be SGDQ 2013 Blooper Reel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFFnk045iO8&feature=youtu.be UraniumAnchor's channel (guy who made the highlight/blooper reels for AGDQ/SGDQ 2013). Thanks UA! http://www.youtube.com/user/uraniumanchor?feature=watch -------------------------------------------------------------------- SDA Home http://speeddemosarchive.com/ SDA Live Streams http://www.w00ty.com/sda/stream/ Live speed runs http://www.numbersmw.com/ More live runs http://speedrunslive.com/ (Founded by Cosmo) ------------------------------------------------------------------- For those who stumble across these videos, a speed run is a video of a person or persons, completing a game as fast as possible using any means possible. This can include glitches, abusing in-game mechanics and skipping items or even playing events out of sequence. gaming channel speed runs speed game fast play through record time attack SDA speed demos archive runs 2013 awesome speedrun gameplay speedrunnners M2K2 Metroid SS Segment segmented times Single 2002 Quake AGDQ
Views: 113455 SpeedDemosArchiveSDA
Secret of Mana Unboxing on the SNES/ PAL Version
 
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Secret of Mana on the Snes! A game I never saw much of as a kid. You bet your ass I have it now! Finally, The Secret of Mana is mine and its boxed complete :) I’m so happy with this pick up. My channel is devoted to video games! Covering retro and current generation gaming. My favourite consoles are the Super Nintendo and Playstation 4. I'm devoted playing video games as well as making cool content for you guys. If you like my content then please hit like, leave me a comment & *SUBSCRIBE* BE SOCIAL WITH ME: ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/TheGebs24/734999559865387 ►MY GAMING BLOG SITE: http://www.juicygamereviews.com/ ►TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/thegebs24 ►INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/thegebs24/ ►TWITTER https://twitter.com/JuicyGameReview ►WHERE I BUY MY GAMES: http://www.juicygamereviews.com/cool-shops.html CHANNEL PLAYLISTS: ►GAMES WE NEVER KNEW: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB0JqN8LRFjHdQ0PB4IIPISGWGcTKbJ4a ►FINAL FANTASY FULL COLLECTION: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB0JqN8LRFjHHIRd_nXW5lnO8uamvBXsk ►GEMS TOP TENS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB0JqN8LRFjFtgEz0SiCbfy5DYK0T5ce7 ►PICK UPS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB0JqN8LRFjFQQnRpCUUUZIfUXdCGqT6z ►HOT TOPICS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB0JqN8LRFjHGICF-l4qZp4yIye6nzuhX ►REVIEWS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB0JqN8LRFjFFLr5QWC-ckt6NPXbCEhcj ►UNBOXINGS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB0JqN8LRFjEp-co0Q442r2m7gSFD2Uhq Thanks guys Gemma "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
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SNES Classics #10 • Secret of Mana
 
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It's a 3 player RPG! Let's learn more about Secret of Mana. [To contribute to Memorable Moments, be sure to leave a TIMESTAMP in your comment!] 👻 Watch more SNES Classics • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STrSiiB8wt0&list=PLMrpfY5oU1DatHSPyP88T0ZD3rXh4vada&index=1 ❤️ SUPPORT • http://patreon.com/stephengeorg 📷 VLOGS • http://youtube.com/stephenvlog 🎨 MALMAKES • http://youtube.com/malmakes 👕 SHIRTS • http://stephenshop.spreadshirt.com 🏆 WALL OF APPRECIATION • http://stephengeorg.com/wall/ FOLLOW STEPHEN: 📘 FACEBOOK • http://www.facebook.com/georg.stephen 🐦 TWITTER • http://twitter.com/Stephen_Georg 🎆 INSTAGRAM • https://www.instagram.com/stephen_georg/ FOLLOW MAL: 📘 FACEBOOK • http://www.facebook.com/malmakes 🐦 TWITTER • http://twitter.com/Mal_Makes 🎆 INSTAGRAM • https://www.instagram.com/malmakes/ ✏️ WIKI • http://stephengeorg.wikia.com 🔗 WEBSITE • http://stephenge.org 📅 LP Schedule • http://stephengeorg.com/plays/schedule/
Views: 6629 StephenPlays
SNES Longplay [220] Seiken Densetsu 3 (Part 1 of 5)
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp & KTheorem This is a two-player longplay of Seiken Densetsu 3 (which would most likely have been known as Secret of Mana 2 in the west, were it released), with the English language translation patch by Neill Corlett, Lina`chan, Nuku-nuku, and SoM2Freak. SD3 offers many improvements in graphics, sound, and story over Secret of Mana; the most notable improvements are a larger cast and little to no damage invincibility given to monsters following an attack by the player, which alleviates much of the frustration one would have playing Secret of Mana with two or more players. In this longplay we select Duran as the main character, with Lise/Riesz and Angela as the supporting characters. Ironsharp plays as Duran while controlling Angela's spells, while KTheorem plays as Lise/Riesz. Segments of grinding to obtain the levels and items required for class changes are cut.
Views: 114461 World of Longplays
Le Pack Super Nintendo "Secret Of Mana 2" est arrivé !
 
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Hedg.fr sort enfin son Pack Collector Super Nintendo Secret Of Mana 2. Pour le commander c'est ici http://www.hedg.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?f=48&p=115837#p115837
Views: 6349 HedgeSnes
TAS Secret of Mana SNES in 106:29 by Touch-me
 
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http://tasvideos.org Played in 1:46:29.9 by Touch-me. This is a tool-assisted speedrun. For further informations visit http://tasvideos.org/1918M.html
Views: 11691 WebNations
SNES Classic Edition (aka Super NES mini) Announced by Nintendo - Talk About Games
 
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Nintendo has announced the mini Super NES Classic Edition! The SNES Classic by Nintendo is launching on September 29th with 21 Games including the unreleased Star Fox 2! With Mike Matei and Ryan! Watch Mike’s Live Streams ✜ http://www.mikematei.com Read Mike’s Blog ✜ www.mikematei.blog ----------------------------------------------------------------- Full list of US release games: Contra III: The Alien Wars Donkey Kong Country EarthBound Final Fantasy III F-ZERO Kirby Super Star Kirby’s Dream Course The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Mega Man X Secret of Mana Star Fox Star Fox 2 Street Fighter® II Turbo: Hyper Fighting Super Castlevania IV Super Ghouls ’n Ghosts Super Mario Kart Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Super Mario World Super Metroid Super Punch-Out!! Yoshi’s Island ----------------------------------------------------------------- Twitter Mike ✜ https://twitter.com/Mike_Matei Twitter Ryan ✜ https://twitter.com/schottr Visit our website ✜ http://cinemassacre.com/ ----------------------------------------------------------------- See our NES Classic Edition Review ✜ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HZmoSHMNg0 #retro #retrogaming #nes #snes #jamesrolfe #mikematei #atari #playthrough #gameplay #gamereview
Views: 444221 Cinemassacre
Secret of Mana (SNES) Review!
 
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A review of the classic Action RPG Secret of Mana. Twitter: https://twitter.com/HLRandrew *The short clip with Primm at 3:24 didn't scale down for some reason so some of the text is out of focus and it's not as clear of a clip. Sorry, not sure what happened. All clips of audio and video used in this work are used for entertainment or education purposes under the fair use clause found in sections 107 through 118 of the copyright law (title 17, U. S. Code). If you have any dispute please contact me.
Views: 6422 High Level Reviews
Secret Of Mana-SNES-Haunted Forest & Witche's Castle 1
 
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This is my vid for the Haunted Forest & Witche's Castle part 1
Views: 1935 Bully_Dogg
Secret of Mana - Complete Soundtrack
 
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Music from the video game Secret of Mana from 1993, by Square Music by Hiroki Kikuta ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Musique du jeu vidéo Secret of Mana de 1993, par Square Musique par Hiroki Kikuta To find a lot of discount video games : https://www.g2a.com/r/tantris Tracks : 00:00 - Fear of the Heavens 01:42 - A Curious Tale 03:12 - Phantom and a Rose 04:40 - Together Always 05:51 - Fond Memories 06:52 - Into the Thick of It 08:48 - The Color of the Summer Sky 10:13 - Dancing Animals 11:32 - Distant Thunder 13:22 - The Little Sprite 14:13 - It Happened Late One Evening 15:01 - In the Dead of Night 16:05 - Mystic Invasion 17:04 - Secret of the Arid Sands 18:16 - What the Forest Taught Me 19:20 - A Wish 20:23 - Spirit of the Night 22:10 - Did you see the Ocean 24:20 - Danger 26:32 - Calm Before the Storm 28:36 - The Wind Never Ceases 29:50 - Flight Into the Unknown 31:20 - Eternal Recurrence 33:33 - The Legend 35:16 - A bell is tolling 36:49 - A curious happening 37:56 - Monarch on the Shore 39:34 - The Dark Star 41:06 - Prophesy 42:19 - Steel and Snare 44:03 - Whisper and Mantra 45:13 - Ceremony 46:40 - Morning is here 47:47 - Leave Time for Love 49:13 - Still of the Night 52:04 - The Curse 53:24 - The Oracle 55:12 - A Conclusion 56:21 - I won't forget 57:32 - One of them is Hope 58:40 - Meridian Dance 1:01:01 - Now Flightless Wings 1:03:02 - The Second Truth from the Left 1:05:50 - I Closed My Eyes 1:06:21 - Bonus music remix Fear of the Heavens
Views: 1256046 TantrisOST
Secret of Mana Werbung (SNES)
 
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der alte werbespot für das SNES spiel Secret of Mana
Views: 16873 Archaeen
Secret of Mana Remake Analysed! SNES vs PS4/Pro/PC/Vita!
 
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Our comparison of the original Secret of Mana on Super NES vs the new remake running on PS4 Pro, PS4, PC and - yes! - PlayStation Vita! Every version stacked up with some fascinating results! Subscribe for more Digital Foundry: http://bit.ly/DFSubscribe
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Super Nintendo Marathon - Secret of Mana, F-Zero, Plok, Mario Kart etc.
 
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Views: 6727 gutelaunetyp
Secret Of Mana Intro Super Nintendo SNES PAL Version
 
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YOU CAN READ THE REVIEW HERE: https://gameantique.com/secret-of-mana-nintendo-snes
Views: 9388 gameantique
Best Super Nintendo ROMhacks, Part 2 - SNESdrunk
 
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PART 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7T4_dz_4ocU Featuring the longest intro ever. How do I play these? I talk about it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KO-yCGIZZcY&t=5m51s And here's a more detailed explanation: http://www.romhacking.net/?page=faq#question1 Lunar Magic: http://www.romhacking.net/utilities/198/ SMILE (Super Metroid Integrated Level Editor): http://www.romhacking.net/utilities/275/ [0:50] MSU-1 hacks [https://www.zeldix.net/f46-msu-1-hacks-database] [1:39] Ken Griffey Jr Presents MLB (with 2016 teams rosters) [http://tecmobowl.org/files/file/488-ken-griffey-baseball-2016/] [2:09] NBA Jam Tournament Edition (with 2016-17 teams and rosters) [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/1305/] [2:26] Tecmo Super Bowl 3 (with 2016-17 rosters) [http://tecmobowl.org/files/file/507-tsb3-nfl-2016/] [2:35] Tecmo Super Bowl for NES (with 2016-17 rosters) [http://tecmobowl.org/files/file/505-tecmobowlorg-presents-tecmo-super-bowl-2017/] [2:43] NHL 94 (with 2016-17 rosters) [http://ninetyflow.blogspot.com/] [Bonus] NHL 94, 2017 Edition for Sega Genesis [http://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?/topic/17762-nhl-2017-by-naples39/] [3:17] International Superstar Soccer Deluxe [http://elbauldekarlanga.blogspot.com/2014/07/iss-deluxe-todos-los-hacks.html] [3:47] SMW The Second Reality Project Reloaded [https://www.smwcentral.net/?p=section&a=details&id=9541] [4:30] Mario Kart R [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/162/] [4:56] SMW2+ [https://www.smwcentral.net/?p=section&a=details&id=4569] [Bonus] SMW2+2 [https://www.smwcentral.net/?p=section&a=details&id=4568] [5:35] Final Fantasy VI: The Eternal Crystals [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/431/] [6:21] Final Fantasy VI: Brave New World [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2095/] [7:02] Conker's High Rule Tail [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/3346/] [7:43] Bruce Campbell vs Ganon [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/607/] New SNES-related video every Tuesday, and something else (Genesis, Game Boy, whatever) on Thursdays. I don't respond to comments on YouTube. Go to Twitter (http://twitter.com/SNESdrunk) or Discord (https://discord.gg/7EJVCmv) and comment there instead SNESdrunk's Patreon page, if you're into that sort of thing: https://www.patreon.com/snesdrunk Binge watch SNESdrunk: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLib8CA6AKJM8KLkWy4JGGYP0d4E-JYZOa
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