|Developer(s)||Square, Brownie Brown|
|Publisher(s)||Square, SquareSoft, Square Enix|
|Genre(s)||Action, Adventure, RPG|
The Seiken Densetsu (聖剣伝説? lit. "Holy Sword Legend") series is developed and published by Square Enix (formerly Squaresoft and Enix). The original Seiken Densetsu was renamed Final Fantasy Adventure, Seiken Densetsu 2 was renamed Secret of Mana, and Seiken Densetsu 3 was never localized to the US (there are numerous English translations of the ROM, which generally refer to the game as Seiken Densetsu 3).
Seiken Densetsu 3 was the first video game ever to be translated in English by fans.
Secret of Evermore is the only title developed in the USA instead of in Japan. It is just loosely related to the Mana series. The lead programmer declared in an interview: "We were, simply put, to make an American-flavored Secret-of-Mana-like game".
World of Mana was a commercial process to revive the series. It includes four games released within one year (spring 2006 - spring 2007), as well as other media.
If you sort the table by Number (N.), the numbered titles will be displayed close to each other. This includes the first title and its remake.
|N.||Original title||Localized title||Year||Genre||Systems|
Holy Sword Legend: A Final Fantasy Adventure
|Final Fantasy Adventure (US)
Mystic Quest (EU)
Holy Sword Legend 2
|Secret of Mana||1993||SNES|
Holy Sword Legend 3
SNES (fan translation)
|9||Secret of Evermore||-||1995||SNES|
|9||聖剣伝説 LEGEND OF MANA
Holy Sword Legend: Legend of Mana
|Legend of Mana||1999||PS1|
New Version: Holy Sword Legend
|Sword of Mana||2003||GBA|
Holy Sword Legend 4
|Dawn of Mana||2006||PS2|
|9||聖剣伝説DS CHILDREN of MANA
Holy Sword Legend DS: Children of Mana
|Children of Mana||2006||NDS|
|9||聖剣伝説 HEROES of MANA
Holy Sword Legend: Heroes of Mana
|Heroes of Mana||2007||Strategy||NDS|
Holy Sword Legend: Friends of Mana
|9||聖剣伝説 CIRCLE of MANA
Holy Sword Legend: Circle of Mana
|-||2013||Trading cards||Mobile phones|
|9||聖剣伝説 RISE of MANA
Holy Sword Legend: Rise of Mana
Seiken Densetsu series