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聖剣伝説2

Seiken Densetsu 2 – “Secret of Mana”

literally “Legend of the Holy Sword 2”

Super Famicom/SNES

Total Cartridge Size: 16 metabits/2 megabytes
Script: 66.7 kilobytes (North America)
RAM: 64 kilobytes
Super Famicom/SNES Sales Rank: #23 (Overall), #7 (RPG), #4 (Square)

Japan Release:

August 6, 1993
¥9,800
1,500,000 copies sold (1/83pp, 1/11 consoles)

North America release:

October 3, 1993
$69.99
500,000 copies sold (1/521pp, 1/47 consoles)

PAL release:

November 24, 1994
£50 (UK only)
Unknown copies sold

Credits:

Executive Producers: Rich Silveria (b. 1955), Toshiyuki Horii, Junichi Yanagihara (b. 1959), Douglas E. Smith (1960-2014), Tetsuo Mizuno (b. 1949)
Producer, Concept/System Design, Scenario Message Data: Hiromichi Tanaka (b. 1962)
Director, Chief Game Design, Animation/Monster Design: Koichi Ishii (b. 1964)
Battle System Design, Monster Logistics: Goro Ohashi
Map System Design/Data: Yasushi Matsumura
Map Data: Toshiyuki Inoue
Lead Programming: Nasir Gebelli (b. 1957)
Monster Control Programming: Satoru Yoshieda
Boss Monster Programming: Taku Murata (b. 1965)
Message Programming: Masaaki Saito
“Ring” Menu Programming: Ryo Muto
Calculation Programming: Yoshiyuki Miyagawa
Sound Programming: Minoru Akao
Demo Programming: Fumiaki Fukaya
Chief Map Graphic Design: Yasuhiko Kamata
Map Graphic Design: Tetsuya Takahashi (b. 1966), Manabu Daishima (1971-2016), Misako Tsutsui
World Map Graphic Design: Akira Ueda (b. 1970)
Map Design: Hidetoshi Kezuka
Player Character Design: Shinichi Kameoka (b. 1972)
Monster Character Design: Hiroyuki Narushima
Character Design: Shinichiro Okaniwa
Magic Animation: Shintaro Takai
Monster Animation: Noriko Saski
Music Composer: Hiroki Kikuta (b. 1962)
Sound Effects Design: Yasunori Mitsuda (b. 1972), Kenji Ito (b. 1968)
Main Visual Artwork: Hiroo Isono (1945-2013)
Network Management: Keitarou Adachi
Debug Support: Tsukasa Fujita
Direction: Karou Moriyama
Translation: Ted Woolsey
Support: Weimin Li
Staff: Chris Budd, Lynn Novak, Kaeli Kreider (b. 1962), Kathryn Renstrom, Kelly Beloit, Nathan Williams, James Gillis, Charlie Wilson
Focus Group: Andrew Ruggles, Joshua Gabbard, Roger Henty, Simon Kunz, Max Kunz, Chad Bye, Carl Holzboog, Brandon Stewart, Jesse Anarda, Jeremy Devenport, John M. Phillips, Marc Coluccio, Charlie Molls, Kurt Lentz

FOMA

Japan release:

October 26, 2009

iOS

Worldwide release:

December 21, 2010

Android

Worldwide release:

October 30, 2014
$9 (US only)
100,000 copies sold

Windows, PS4, Vita

Worldwide release:

February 15, 2018
¥5,184 (Japan only), $39.99 (US only)
510,000 copies sold

Also released as part of the Seiken Densetsu Collection for the Nintendo Switch (Japan only), and the Super NES Classic Edition. These releases boosted the number of copies sold by close to 6,000,000.

Sources: Wiki of Mana, Wikipedia, MobyGames, Family Computer Magazine, Secret of Mana: Reborn Localization Commentary