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New Mana Art Book Collects 25 Years Of The Series' History, And It's On Sale
This is the first official Mana art book.
Square Enix reintroduced the Mana franchise last year with Collection of Mana, which compiled the first three games in the classic role-playing series. In April, the 3D remake of Trials of Mana lands on PS4, Switch, and PC. As the Mana franchise experiences a welcome resurgence of sorts, it's the perfect time to look back on its storied history with the Art of Mana. The elegant art book collects 25-plus years of Mana history and released today. You can pick it up for more than 33% off at Amazon, dropping the price from $40 to $27.
Published by Dark Horse, Art of Mana is a 208-page hardcover that includes more than 400 illustrations from the series. The book covers all of the characters you've come to know and love since Final Fantasy Adventure, the 1991 Final Fantasy spin-off that is now known as the first game in the Mana series. It also features original sketches and world designs, so you get an inside look at how the Mana franchise came into its own.
Amazon's price has fluctuated throughout the day, but right now it sits at $27. It's eligible for one- or two-day Prime shipping, so you'll have it before Valentine's Day if you're buying it as a gift. You can save even more by going with a third-party seller at Amazon. Book-Net, a seller with a 95% rating, is selling the Art of Mana for $22.24. Though eligible for free shipping, your order won't arrive until February 19-26.
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