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Square Enix announces Rise of Mana for PS Vita


10:30 AM on 09.04.2014
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Square Enix has revealed plans to bring Rise of Mana to PlayStation Vita. 

The latest entry in the long-running Mana series, Rise of Mana is a free-to-play action role-playing game that first burst onto iOS and Android devices earlier this year. Now it's set to make the jump to Vita this winter in Japan.

Square Enix has not yet announced a localization for other markets.

The publisher will also port Deadman's Cross to Vita this winter. The zombie-themed card battle shooter launched on mobile devices in North America and Europe last year.

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