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Legend of Mana

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Legend of Mana
Legend of Mana box art.jpg
Developer Square
Publisher JP: Square (PS1)
NA: Square EA (PS1)
WW: Square Enix
Platforms PlayStation, iOS, Android, Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4
Release date PlayStation:
Japan July 15, 1999
USA June 6, 2000
Windows, Switch, PS4:
Worldwide: June 24, 2021
iOS, Android:
Worldwide: December 7, 2021
Genre Action role-playing
ESRB:ESRB T.svg - Teen
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Media CD-ROM, Digital download
Input Controller

Legend of Mana is a 1999 action role-playing game developed and published by Square for the Sony PlayStation. It is the first spinoff game in the Mana series, and the fourth game overall following 1995's Trials of Mana.


Opening cutscene

Nine centuries ago, the Mana Tree burned to ashes. The power of Mana lived on inside Mana stones, enchanted instruments, and artifacts. Sages fought with each other for control of these last remnants of Mana. Then, after hundreds of years of war, as the power of Mana began to wane, those who sought it grew scarce, and the world returned to peace. After that, mankind grew afraid to desire. Their hearts filled with empty emotions, and grew estranged from my hands. They turned their eyes away from my infinite power, and were troubled by their petty disputes. Remember me! Need me! I can provide you with everything! I am love. Find me, and walk beside me.

Rabite icon EOM artwork.png Randi --"Whoa! What's a Rabite doing in a place like this?"
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