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We aim to bring you all you need to know, and more, about the series from Final Fantasy Adventure right up to the latest Dawn of Mana. We also offer a friendly community message board where you can get in touch with other fans of the series for gaming help or just join in with fun conversation on any topic.

Link to a new Mana Site

Posted on March 4th, 2021 by Kassidy Kearey

It’s quite rare that a new site dedicated to one of the Mana games crops up nowadays, so this is worth a shout-out, especially given the depth of detail that is available on the site for those interested in a deep-dive into Secret of Mana.

Secret of Mana: Redux is a site re-launched in 2021, and covers analysis, translation issues, and other reminisces surrounding Secret of Mana. Throughout the site, you’ll find Localization Notes that explain nuances of the Japanese source, as well as screenshots from Japanese guides and promotional magazines that have seldom been seen until now. A complete retranslation of the Japanese script was carried out just for this project, and it appears throughout the site.

Check it out at Secret of Mana: Redux!

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Legend of Mana Remaster announced

Posted on February 18th, 2021 by Deques

Yesterday at Nintendo Direct Square Enix announced that Legend of Mana is going to be released this summer with remastered visuals and audio. The game will be available on Switch, Playstation 4 and Steam.

Legend of Mana was first released on the original Playstation in 1999.

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Trials of Mana Soundtrack

Posted on April 23rd, 2020 by Deques

Trials of Mana is going to be released tomorrow.
Both the original and remake soundtrack are available on Apple Music for streaming


Art of Mana English Release

Posted on February 21st, 2020 by Dr. Sheexy

The Seiken Densetsu art book, Art of Mana, released in English a while ago. It’s been out in Japan for a very long time now, and this is the only time one of these style books has made it into an English translation which is awesome.
Art of Mana Book
Head over to Square-Enix’s Amazon listing to buy a copy for yourself.

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Duran and Angela – Character spotlight

Posted on December 9th, 2019 by Deques
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“Secret of Mana” G-Shock DW-8000-1

Posted on October 23rd, 2019 by Dr. Sheexy

I have not updated the site with my collection of Mana related things in a long time. I’ve got a lot of interesting items I could share here. This one, however, is rare enough and relevant enough at the current time to make a post for.

As you can see, it’s a Casio G-Shock watch with “Secret of Mana” printed on the band.
Yup, that’s the extent of it.

But there were only 200 of these made.

The DW-8000s are fairly uncommon watches in and of themselves, and the avid vintage G-Shock collector community still demands a decent price for them, but they’re not impossible to get your hands on. But the fact there are only 200 with “Secret of Mana” printed on them made me think I would never get my hands on the thing. But here it is.
Just like any other DW-8000 it has “Fox Fire” EL backlighting, a red buffalo skull in the background, and the text “TIME TO GET TOUGH” scrolls by when you press the light button.

When Seiken Densetsu 3 was released in Japan, there were a number of items given away as raffle prizes. 200 of these G-Shock DW-8000-1 watches were given out, making this item quite rare. It’s very interesting, though, that the watch is related to Seiken Densetsu 3, but says “Secret of Mana” on it. It makes me wonder if the plans back then were to keep going forward with the “Secret of Mana” moniker if the game came out in English. In fact, if you look next to the watch on the raffle flyer, you can see a Mana stone with “Secret of Mana” printed on it just like the watch. Seems like that might have been the case. It also makes me wonder when the name “Trials of Mana” was decided upon, because it certainly wasn’t back in 1995. Just some interesting thoughts.

The other items I have from the raffle include the playing cards and the prologue book (5,000 each). Both of those items came out in non-raffle forms though. I’ve seen many of the phone cards (1,200) for sale on auction sites, but don’t own any. I’ve decided against collecting them because phone card collectors are insane and demand incredible prices for the things. Maybe someday I’ll go after them, but I’m not that interested honestly.

Anyway, that’s just a small update on my collection.

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Trials of Mana – TGS Trailer

Posted on September 5th, 2019 by Deques

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Trials of Mana Remake Gameplay

Posted on June 12th, 2019 by Deques


Some details about Trials of Mana

Posted on June 12th, 2019 by Deques

Game Informer have had an interview with Masaru Oyamada, the producer of the Mana series and got some nice details regarding Trials of Mana. 

The game will not focus on co-op, and will only have a single player option. But the AI will be improved since the previous games.

It will have both Japanese and English voice over.

The story will not be exactly the same.

The producer wasn’t aware of the fan translation that has been available for over a decade. It was not until they greenlit the remake that they found out about it.

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Trials of Mana Trailer

Posted on June 11th, 2019 by Deques