Square Enix has announced that they will be hosting an orchestra concert for the Mana series to celebrate its 30-year anniversary. Only occurring in Japan on April 3, 2022, attendees can look forward to a night and a day performance at Bunkamura Orchard Hall. In addition, merchandise, a lottery, and special guests will be present like Yoko Shimomura, Kenji Ito, and Hiromichi Tanaka.
More information regarding this Japan-only concert, such as the songs performed, can be viewed via 4gamer’s official coverage.
Further, those who wish to reserve tickets can do so via 4gamer’s official music tab.
Legend of Mana was initially released in 2000 on PlayStation as one of the few Mana titles introducing new gameplay elements to the series. Players can choose their protagonist and carve out a unique adventure using puzzle pieces that they can place on an ever-growing map. The goal is to complete three narratives as they culminate at the Mana tree.
This version features all of the gameplay found in the PlayStation release with additional options for re-arranged music, easier battles by turning off encounters, and a new mini-game now and ring-ring land, which looks similar to a Tomagachi where players can take care of monsters.
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