Heroes of Mana Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: August 12th, 2023

Heroes of Mana Stats

Heroes of Mana player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Heroes of Mana facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Heroes of Mana player count:

98,000 game units sold in Japan

Last updated 2/4/13

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Game Description

“Heroes of Mana” is a real-time strategy (RTS) video game developed by Brownie Brown and published by Square Enix for the Nintendo DS handheld console. Released in 2007, it is part of the “Mana” series, known for its action role-playing games (RPGs), and introduces a new gameplay style with real-time strategy elements.

Key features and elements of “Heroes of Mana” include:

  1. Real-Time Strategy: Unlike previous games in the “Mana” series, which were action RPGs, “Heroes of Mana” introduces real-time strategy gameplay. Players command units, manage resources, and engage in tactical battles on the battlefield.

  2. Storyline: The game is set in the same universe as previous “Mana” games and is a prequel to “Seiken Densetsu 3” (known as “Trials of Mana”). The story follows a young hero, Roget, who becomes involved in a conflict between warring factions in the world of Fa’Diel.

  3. Tactical Gameplay: Players command armies and units on a hex grid-based battlefield. The gameplay involves strategic positioning, utilizing unit abilities, and managing resources such as units and magic.

  4. Hero Units: Players control a hero unit in addition to commanding armies. Hero units possess unique abilities, magic, and special attacks that can turn the tide of battle.

  5. Unit Recruitment: Players recruit various types of units, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Different unit types include infantry, archers, cavalry, and magical units.

  6. Resource Management: Players gather resources, such as elemental stones, which are used to summon and upgrade units. Managing resources efficiently is crucial for maintaining a powerful army.

  7. Art and Visuals: The game features hand-drawn artwork and character portraits, maintaining the visual style that the “Mana” series is known for.

  8. Mission Variety: The game offers a variety of mission types, including standard battles, escort missions, and capturing enemy bases.

  9. Multiplayer: “Heroes of Mana” supports multiplayer battles where players can compete against each other in real-time strategy matches.

  10. Music: The game features music composed by Yoko Shimomura, known for her work on various Square Enix titles, which enhances the atmosphere and immersion of the game.

  11. Crossover Elements: Characters and locations from previous “Mana” games make appearances, adding nostalgia and continuity to the series.

“Heroes of Mana” was a departure from the traditional gameplay of the “Mana” series and aimed to offer fans a new experience within the franchise. While it received mixed reviews due to its departure from the series’ action RPG roots and the challenges of adapting real-time strategy to the Nintendo DS, it remains an interesting experiment in combining RPG and RTS mechanics on a handheld platform.

Game Details

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