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It's a matter of definition. It's not a real Japanese word but Katakana which is used to represent the pronunciation of a foreign word. In this case it appears to refer to the Indian words Samsara and Naga. There is no real way to spell an "m" in Japanese. The Katakana ン is something inbetween and it's context sensitive. Usually n, but also m in some cases. Depends on how you transcribe the symbols to Latin characters (Romaji). Afair we usually use the original foreign word in the game title.