Children of Mana News

Japanese retail sources reckon that Children of Mana will be released in February over there on Nintendo DS.

Children of Mana chatter

Mana tree player action.

Hurrah for lying websites! According to reports, the Square Enix one for DS RPG Children of Mana - the first fruit of the World of Mana tree - was wrong when it claimed the game was due out in Japan next winter. It's out this winter.

World of Mana is two games!

World in your ear, son.

World of Mana encompasses a pair of new RPGs one for the DS, and one for what appears to be a current generation console. That's according to Japanese Jump Magazine, which has finally finally finally unveiled the games after literally months of Square Enix's teasing the c[an't say that here, numpty Ed].

World of Mana trailer shown

World of Mana trailer shown

Hurrah! No more details!

Square Enix showed off a trailer from its forthcoming World of Mana title at its big fancy Square Enix Party this weekend.

The company presented a short 30-second trailer, showing off a luscious forest before focusing on one of the series' archetypes, the Mana tree. While very little is known about the title, Square Enix announced that the project will span across a variety of media as well as games, including film, manga, novels and film.

Promotion material to accompany the trailer boasts the game will feature "unique characters, and environments drawn with a soft and smooth touch," although no format as been specified. However, Square Enix has expressed the desire to create the game across multiple platforms. As long as we get something that rivals Super Nintendo classic, Secret of Mana, we'll be happy.

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World of Mana is DS title?

Senior source suggests so.

A senior source close to Square Enix believes that World of Mana is the previously confirmed Mana title for Nintendo DS, with full confirmation anticipated at the Square Enix Party 2005 event that takes place in Japan at the end of this month.

Square Enix quiet on 'World of Mana'

It's been registered, as has a logo, but other than that we'll have to wait and see.

Square Enix has registered "The World of Mana" with the US Patent & Trademark Office, sparking rumours that the renowned developer plans to revisit its Mana line of action-oriented RPGs.