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Underrated/Unheard of Square Enix Games Collection - The Mana Series

SEO presents to you the Underrated/Unheard of Games Collection- the mana series. SEO (and it’s groovy community) shall report on and showcase fantastic games and series’s for you to try and‚ hopefully‚ treasure. Games which many May not treasure because they do not know of them. The few diamonds in the rough. Those games which deserve much more recognition. Indeed this collection shall grow and receive additions as they come along. All of them being games and series’s which are not as popular as many of the wonderful games Square Enix makes and has made but are just as great.
Nearly everyone who has played one of the many popular Square Enix games would agree that they had affected their lives in some way. Their stories have brought along rollercoasters of emotions. Their characters have touched our hearts in ways we never thought they would. Their music has become our lullaby’s. Their worlds have amazed. No matter how one was to look at it‚ Square Enix has brought along many games which were the best things in our life and shall be treasured forever.
Today/Tonight we present to you the first addition to the collection: The Mana Series

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r211163d ago

Legend of Mana was such a good game. I'd like to think Bastion was the spiritual successor to the game and not that dreadful Dawn of Mana for ps2.

SegaSaturn6691163d ago

I loved that Legend of Mana had a worldmap. Made going back and forth running quests much less tedious.

T21163d ago

Legend of mana was great , great game

3-4-51163d ago

They are some of the best looking games.

Chard1163d ago

Secret of Mana was my first JRPG. Loved it. Seiken Densetsu 3 was also amazing. Never played Legend, I heard mixed things.

The man who spearheaded the Mana series started a new studio called Grezzo, and did the Zelda Ocarina 3DS port, hopefully they do another Mana-esque game.

Nerdmaster1163d ago

Secret of Mana was a good game, but I didn't like that the other two characters were controlled by AI, so I didn't finish it. In fact, to this day I have problems with all the games that does that, like FFXIII and Ni No Kuni.