Sword of Mana Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: August 12th, 2023

Sword of Mana Stats

Sword of Mana player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Sword 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.

Sword of Mana player count:

277,000 game units sold in Japan

Last updated 2/4/13

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Game Description

“Sword of Mana” is an action role-playing game developed by Brownie Brown and published by Square Enix. Originally released for the Game Boy Advance in 2003, it is a remake of the classic Game Boy game “Final Fantasy Adventure,” also known as “Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden” in Japan.

The game is set in the fantasy world of Fa’Diel, where the Tree of Mana governs the flow of energy and maintains the balance of nature. Players take on the role of either a male protagonist named “Hero” or a female protagonist named “Heroine.” They embark on an epic quest to stop the Dark Lord and rescue a kidnapped heroine named Amanda.

“Sword of Mana” features real-time combat, allowing players to hack and slash their way through various enemies and bosses. Throughout their journey, players can wield different types of weapons, use magic spells, and summon powerful allies called “Elementals” to aid them in battle.

One of the game’s distinctive features is its branching storyline, where players’ decisions and interactions with other characters affect the narrative’s direction and outcome. The choices made throughout the game impact the relationships between characters, leading to different endings.

The graphical presentation of “Sword of Mana” was updated from the original “Final Fantasy Adventure” to include vibrant colors and detailed character sprites. The game’s soundtrack, composed by Kenji Ito, received praise for its catchy tunes and nostalgic melodies.

“Sword of Mana” received positive reviews for its engaging gameplay, beautiful art, and nostalgic value, especially for fans of the original “Final Fantasy Adventure.” The remake introduced the beloved classic to a new generation of players while retaining the charm and essence of the original game.

As a part of the long-running “Mana” series, “Sword of Mana” holds a special place in the hearts of action RPG enthusiasts and remains a noteworthy entry in the franchise’s history.

Game Details

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