Heroes of Mana (Nintendo DS) £6.99 delivered + quidco @ Play.com

Heroes of Mana (Nintendo DS) £6.99 delivered + quidco @ Play.com

Found 14th May 2009
Next best price £14.99

It was a long, long, time ago - even before the Mana Goddess was born. A great witch from a realm yet unknown brought darkness to the world. Anise was her name. The odious witch was defeated by the guardians of the great tree... but legend tells the her darkness and curse seeped through realms and spread to many worlds.

Breathing new life into the vaunted Mana franchise, Heroes of Mana takes the beloved series into an entirely new dimension. In the first real-time strategy title for the series, generals will plan, plot and strategize their way to victory on the battlefield. Command an army of heroes, creatures and beloved rabites with the use of the Nintendo DS Touch Screen, and experience an all-new perspective on the ever-evolving Mana saga. Players can see how they rank among others in the country by accessing the Heroes of Mana servers via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.

Real-time strategy action that makes full use of the Nintendo DS Touch Screen - the intuitive control scheme allows players to lead armies, build bases and vanquish their foes entirely through the use of the stylus.
Command heroes and monsters alike from the Mana series and lead them to victory on the battlefield.
Intense head-to-head multiplayer element allows friends to challenge one another via DS Wireless Play.
Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection functionality allows players to compare stats and rankings with players from around North America - skilled players can earn bonus maps and items based on their rankings.
Signature MANA art style comes to life in a fantastic blend of 2D and 3D environments.
A beautiful score captures the essence of the World of Mana - Kingdom Hearts series composer Yoko Shimomura delivers a stirring soundtrack that elicits the trademark emotions of the franchise.


Why can't they make a proper sequel to Secret of Mana or even release Secret of Mana 2 which was only ever released in Japan? The best bit about it was that it was real time and all the spin offs are turn based which is such a shame. Saying that though this is supposed to be really good and for £6.99 it's hot from me, but I'm just not a fan of turnbased RPG's.

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