Legend Of Mana Lands On PlayStation Network Next Week

By Spencer . July 21, 2010 . 1:27am

imageSquare Enix set a date for Legend of Mana’s debut on PlayStation Network. Shinji Hashimoto announced the digital version will be ready on July 28 over Twitter. You’ll need 365MB of free space on a PSP memory stick or PlayStation 3 hard drive to run it.


Like other Game Archive titles, Legend of Mana costs 600 yen ($6.50). The PSN re-release has not been announced for any region other than Japan at this time.

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  • holyPaladin

    Wow how nostalgicRemember, fail at placing town and dungeon could affect the stories

    • I mean, I know what you’re saying, having played the game myself.

      But please, try and make some sense next time. “put town and dungeon”? “U”? Get real.

      • holyPaladin

        oops sorryEnglish is not my 1st language
        Sorry if my grammar sucks and using “ENGRISH”

        • At least you take criticism like a man. Good on you, keep working hard.

  • Pichi

    So many titles that’s Japan only makes me weep. Didn’t get a chance to play it then, and would love to now.

  • rar, please bring this to N.A.!

  • Soma

    It’s really cool that these classic games are being released on PSN (especially for those who never had a chance to play them on the PSOne), but I already own most of them. I want to see more previously-unreleased games on the North American PSN, please. =3

  • Guest

    LoM is my favorite game of all time, but seeing as we still don’t have Vagrant Story in the US, I’m not holding my breath for a US release on PSN. =(

  • Brilliant. Now, what’s the US store getting, “Xtreme Bowling 5?”

    Sony, what are you thinking?

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