Seiken Densetsu 2
Seiken Densetsu 2
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Secret of Mana


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Secret of Mana (Seiken Densetsu 2 (聖剣伝説2?, lit. "Holy Sword Legend 2") is an action role-playing game (RPG) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System developed and published by Square in 1993. The game was re-released for the Wii's Virtual Console in 2008, and was ported to Japanese mobile phones in 2009. Secret of Mana is the sequel to Final Fantasy Adventure for the Game Boy and the second installment in the Mana video game series.

Rather than using the traditional turn-based battle system of games like Final Fantasy, Secret of Mana utilizes real-time battles akin to the Legend of Zelda series, while also employing typical RPG elements and a unique "Ring Command" menu system,[6] which pauses the action,[7] and allows a variety of actions to be performed without needing to switch screens.[6] The game received considerable acclaim[8] for its brightly-colored graphics, expansive plot, "Ring Command" menu system, innovative real-time battle system,[6] modified Active Time Battle meter adapted for real-time action,[9] its innovative cooperative multiplayer gameplay,[8] where the second or third players could drop in and out of the game at any time rather than players having to join the game at the same time,[10] the customizable AI settings for computer-controlled allies,[11] and the acclaimed soundtrack by Hiroki Kikuta. Secret of Mana was an influential game in its time, and has remained influential through to the present day, with its ring menu system still used in modern games (such as The Temple of Elemental Evil)[12] and its cooperative multiplayer mentioned as an influence on games as recent as the upcoming Dungeon Siege III.[10]
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