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Square Enix Announces Rise Of Mana
And we have so many videos to show you.
03.05.14 - 3:45 AM

Square Enix have announced Rise of Mana, a new entry in their Mana series, for release on iOS and Android. Revealed in Famitsu this week, the game, like other recent Square Enix mobile titles, will follow a free-to-play model with micro-transactions.

The story begins when the main character falls from the heavens and lands on Earth. For reasons currently unknown, he or she has a body that is half-angel and half-demon. The real-time system will allow up to 8 players to play together at a time and be able to swap between angel and demon on the fly.

A number of different videos have been released showing the game in action. You can watch them all below:

Character Creation

Prologue

Equipment

Misty Town

A Boss Battle

Rise of Mana will support three different control systems: touch, virtual d-pad, or a gamepad. Square Enix have provided a video demonstration of each, so check them out below:

Touch Controls

Virtual D-Pad

Gamepad

Rise of Mana will be released on March 6th in Japan on iOS. The Android version of the game will come later this year.


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