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Liz Maas
Legend Of Mana Headed To PlayStation Network, Too
Square Enix is rolling out the PSone classic like no tomorrow.
03.16.11 - 2:05 PM

Remember when there was a time where it felt like Square Enix just wasn't making enough use of the PlayStation Network in North America outside of the Final Fantasy games? It wasn't very long ago at all, but they've sure made a lot of fans happy since then with the likes of Front Mission 3, Xenogears, Vagrant Story and Parasite Eve recently becoming PSone Classics, and Parasite Eve II on the way. Now the company apparently has plans to bring yet another beloved PlayStation RPG to our (SCEA) network: Legend of Mana. Known for its charming, colourful graphics and Yoko Shimomura music, Legend of Mana originally saw its PlayStation release back in 2000, less than two months before another PSone favourite that many are also hoping to see a PSN release for - Chrono Cross.

Square Enix hasn't specified a date for Parasite Eve II nor Legend of Mana, both of which have already been on the Japanese PSN for a while.


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