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Format: Nintendo DS™
Launch Date: Q4 2006
Game Type: Action Role-Playing Game>
Players: 1-4
Developer: SQUARE ENIX

KEY INFORMATION

In the center of the world, the Mana Tree grows, sheltering everyone under its strong limbs. Its magic protects the world, but it also tempts some to steal its power for their own ends. Now, a handful of young heroes must band together to keep the magic of the Mana Tree from being corrupted by evil.

  • Play the adventure solo or with friends in four-player local wireless games. Or take on the most difficult challenges, fight formidable foes and even fight one another for loot.

  • Unlock the power of the gems. Players use hundreds of magic gems to customize characters with new abilities that suit their playing styles and prepare them for upcoming battles.
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