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Madō Monogatari IV Officially Called Fia and the Mysterious School – Launches November 28th 2024

Friday, July 12th, 2024

Previously revealed back in October 2023, Compile Heart’s latest entry in the Madō Monogatari series now has a name: Madō Monogatari: Fia and the Mysterious School. What’s even more exciting is that it’s actually releasing very soon – November 28th 2024 to be exact.

This fourth entry in the Madō Monogatari series is currently scheduled for a Japan-only release on Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PS5. Compile Heart are publishing the game while the game is being co-developed by Sting and D4 Enterprise.

The Madō Monogatari series has been long associated with SEGA as the original 3 games plus the spin off A-R-S were remade for the Game Gear while a remake of the first 3 games also appeared on the Mega Drive. A standard alone Madō Monogatari game is also available for the SEGA Saturn. Lots of characters from the Madō Monogatari games would later find fame in the Puyo Puyo series.

[Source: Gematsu]

New Madō Monogatari Game in Early Stages of Development at Compile Heart

Thursday, October 5th, 2023

Compile Heart have revealed they are in the early stages of developing a new Madō Monogatari game in collaboration with SEGA.

The Madō Monogatari series has been a Japan exclusive line of dungeon crawler RPGs that feature characters that would later appear in the Puyo Puyo franchise. Games in the series have appeared on MSX, Game Gear, Mega Drive, SNES and SEGA Saturn.

As the game is currently in early development it is not clear when it will release and what platforms are being targeted. There is also no word on whether the game will see a Western release at this time.

[Source: Actual Puyo Puyo Facts]

Japanese Mega Drive RPG Madō Monogatari I Receives English Language Patch

Saturday, February 15th, 2020

The Madō Monogatari series has long been a Japanese exclusive franchise, but that changes today as the Mega Drive remake of the first 3 games is now available in English for the very first time.

Western gamers will recognise the characters of Madō Monogatari from their later appearances in the Puyo Puyo franchise, but they actually debuted here. The action of Madō Monogatari is largely a traditional JRPG which is why an English language patch is so essential to play it. With this patch the game becomes Sorcery Saga I in English.

If you would like to try Madō Monogatari I in English then the patch can be downloaded now from You will need a copy of the original Madō Monogatari ROM file and you can apply the English language patch using’s online ROM patching utility.

[Source: SEGAbits]

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