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DAWN of MANA (Seiken Densetsu 4)
Copyrights: © SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. All Rights Reserved.
Genre: Action-Adventure
Format: PlayStation®2
Number of Players: 1
Japanese MSRP: TBD
Japanese Release Date: 2006

Introducing the First 3D Incarnation in the MANA Series
Freed from the limitations of two-dimensional graphics, DAWN of MANA explodes onto the screen in vivid3D. New characters and environments join familiar monsters and elemental spirits from previous MANA titles, and are fleshed out through the wonders of cutting-edge rendering techniques while preservingthe signature beauty and subtlety of the acclaimed series.

The Beginning of the Legend Revealed at Last
In DAWN of MANA, the origins of the MANA Tree and the SWORD of MANA are finally
revealed. Discover how the cornerstones of this enthralling legend came into being and how their story has been passed on,thriving through the ages.

In Touch With Your Surroundings
You’ ll find plenty of usable objects in DAWN of MANA’ s expansive areas. Use them in a variety of ways to creatively engage interact with the alluring environments. It’ s easy to immerse yourself in this new world, because everything here obeys the laws of physics.
For instance, when trying to move a boulder, you’ ll have to exert some force to push it along a level path, but have no trouble rolling it down a hill. Wooden objects can catch fire, yet those of stone cannot. By conforming to the same rules that govern our world, this game lets players feel virtual surroundings.
Inviting areas and sinister dungeons await in DAWN of MANA. Experience an action game that offers more than just a chance to swipe at enemies — a realm where you can manipulate objects while an intriguing story unfolds before you…


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