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Original Piece of Music Inspired by Secret of Mana Available for Free Download
It was done by the composer of Snake Eater. No ladders included.
03.04.18 - 10:49 PM

Scarlet Moon Records have announced that in celebration with the release of the Secret of Mana remake, they are having the Secret of Mana-inspired piece, Memories of Mana, available for free download.

Memories of Mana

The song was originally from the album Prescription for Sleep: Lullabies of Mana that was created in 2015, inspired of the world and themes of Secret of Mana. It was performed by GENTLE LOVE, a small group comprising of Metal Gear Solid and Bayonetta composer Norihiko Hibino and the pianist who worked on the OSTs for Persona Q and Etrian Odyssey AYAKI. Unlike other songs in the album which were arranged, this is an original piece that served as the last track of the album.

You can download the track for free off Bandcamp. Be sure to also check out the full album on Spotify and iTunes.

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While waiting for our review of the Secret of Mana remake (available now for PS4, PS Vita, and PC), check out our screenshot gallery.


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