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Square Enix Confirms New Mana Game Launching Soon

Posted on Wednesday, February 26 @ 13:00:00 Eastern by ryanbates

Let's start with the good news: the rumors of a new Mana game have proven to be true. Square Enix revealed today a trailer for the newest inclusion, Rise of Mana. The video is all in Japanese, though, so for us non-Japanese speaking people, let's enjoy the pretty pictures.
 


And now, for the less-good news: Rise of Mana will be a free-to-play action-RPG for mobile devices. And as of yet, the company hasn't announced any plans for an international release. So those longing for a return to the classic style of Secret of Mana may be waiting a while longer, and those waiting for a console Mana, longer still.

But, I mean, Rabites, am I right?

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