This is one of the earliest Japanese Super Famicom RPGs to receive an English fan translation, as early as 2000, with an update to support 3 human players instead of 2.
During development, the game became known abroad as Secret of Mana 2. Consequently an American localization was expected which was repeatedly delayed before being cancelled entirely.
The English release of the game was cancelled because localizing the game proved to be too expensive, as Square did not want to invest in a localization of a Super Nintendo game with the Sony PlayStation and Sega Saturn entering the market.
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