Circle of Mana- A New Square Enix Trademark

Circle of Mana- A New Square Enix Trademark

Recently, Square Enix has filled a new Japanese trademark for Circle of Mana. This report comes from Gematsu who, subsequently, translated it from F-F Reunion. Circle of Mana was not the only trademark renowned publisher Square Enix has made.

Wizardlings is also a new trademark, suspected to be a new release in their North American branch. Then there is “Agent 47″ whom is the main character of the Hitman series, and finally “Ultima Box”. Ultima Box is most likely the name for the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary box which is set to be released in Japan.

The Mana series began in 1991 as a side story to Square Enix, back then known as SquareSoft,’s most popular series Final Fantasy. It has grown over time to become a series all its own, and is very popular amongst many gamers. The latest game in the series was released in 2007 for the Ds and was titled Heroes of Mana.

Currently nothing else is known of this new game, but hopefully it won’t be too long before details arise. Personally I would like a full console release of the newest game, mare even for the next gen systems. Though given the games waning popularity that is probably just wishful thinking on my part.


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