Mana Franchise 30th Anniversary Orchestra Concert in April; Special guests include Yoko Shimomura and Kenji Ito
Square Enix has announcement that they will host an orchestral concert for the mana series to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Only performing in Japan on April 3, 2022, attendees can expect a nighttime and daytime performance at Bunkamura Orchard Hall. Additionally, merchandise, a lottery, and special guests will be present like Yoko Shimomura, Kenji Ito, and Hiromichi Tanaka.
More information regarding this Japan-only concert, such as the songs performed, can be viewed via the official 4gamer cover.
Additionally, those wishing to book tickets can do so through the official 4gamer music tab.
If you missed it, check out our review of the mana last console entry in the series, legend of mana.
legend of mana was originally released in 2000 on PlayStation as one of the few mana titles introducing new gameplay elements to the series. Players can choose their protagonist and carve out a unique adventure using puzzle pieces they can place on an ever-changing map. The goal is to complete three stories that culminate at the Mana tree.
This version features all the gameplay found in the PlayStation version with additional options for rearranged music, easier battles by disabling encounters, and a new mini-game now and a ring-ring land, which resembles a Tomagachi where the players can deal with monsters.
Legend of Mana is currently available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC via Steam, iOS, and Android.