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Sword of Mana

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This article is about the Game Boy Advance game. For the weapon of the same name, see Sword of Mana (weapon).
Sword of Mana
Sword of Mana box art.jpg
Developer Square Enix
Brownie Brown
Publisher Square Enix (Japan)
Nintendo (other regions)
Platform(s) Game Boy Advance
Release date Japan August 29, 2003
USA December 1, 2003
Europe March 18, 2004
Australia 2004
Genre Action-adventure, role-playing game
ESRB:ESRB E.svg - Everyone
Mode(s) Single player
Game Boy Advance:
Media GBA icon.png Game Pak
Game Boy Advance:

Sword of Mana is a Game Boy Advance game that is an enhanced remake of Final Fantasy Adventure. It was co-developed by Square Enix and Brownie Brown and published by Square Enix in Japan and Nintendo in other regions. Sword of Mana was released in Japan and North America in 2003 and in Europe and Australia in 2004.

Although Sword of Mana is a remake, it received a few major changes. The game's primary difference is that it removes all connections to the Final Fantasy franchise, such as Chocobo, in favor of recurring elements from the Mana series, a lot of which debuted in Secret of Mana. Another big difference is that the player can choose to have either the Hero or Heroine as their primary character, with each one having their own parallel story.

In 2006, when Final Fantasy Adventure was remade for certain Japanese mobile phones, its graphics were on par with that of Sword of Mana's, although the changes introduced in Sword of Mana were not retained. Final Fantasy Adventure's 3D remake, Adventures of Mana, does not retain the changes from Sword of Mana either, except for the Ring Command mechanic.


For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Sword of Mana.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 新約 聖剣伝説
Shin'yaku: Seiken Densetsu
The New Testament: Legend of the Sacred Sword
French Sword of Mana Same as English.
German Sword of Mana Same as English.
Italian Sword of Mana Same as English.
Spanish Sword of Mana Same as English.
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