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Akitoshi Kawazu

An Executive Producer for Square and Square Enix

Akitoshi Kawazu

Akitoshi Kawazu is the creator of the SaGa series of games for Square. He has served as producer, director and game designer on numerous titles for Square since his earliest work on the original Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II titles for the NES. He served as producer and director of Final Fantasy Legend and Final Fantasy II, produced and directed Romancing SaGa, Romancing SaGa 2, and Romancing SaGa 3, while producing and contributing to the scenario on SaGa Frontier, SaGa Frontier 2, and Unlimited SaGa. He has had a similar influence upon the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles series on multiple platforms.

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1986
Rad Racer
Nintendo Entertainment System
Square
1987
Final Fantasy
Nintendo Entertainment System
Square
1988
Final Fantasy II
Nintendo Entertainment System
Square
1989
Final Fantasy Legend
Game Boy
Square
1990
Final Fantasy Legend II
Game Boy
Square
1992
Romancing SaGa
Super NES
Square
1993
Romancing SaGa 3
Super NES
Square
Romancing SaGa 2
Super NES
Square
1996
Rudra no Hiho
Super NES
Square
1997
SaGa Frontier
PlayStation
Square
1999
Racing Lagoon
PlayStation
Square
SaGa Frontier 2
PlayStation
Square
2000
Legend of Mana
PlayStation
Square
2003
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
Gamecube
Square Enix
Unlimited SaGa
PlayStation 2
Square
2005
Code Age Commanders
PlayStation 2
Square Enix
2006
Final Fantasy XII
PlayStation 2
Square Enix
2007
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates
Nintendo DS
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings
Nintendo DS
Square Enix
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions
PlayStation Portable
Square Enix
2008
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
Nintendo DS
Square Enix
The Last Remnant
Xbox 360
Square Enix
2009
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
Wii
Square Enix

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The technology is not on par with Western games, and it also seems like developers are losing their passion to stick with their vision because they are being overwhelmed by costs or market trends...on top of this, developers need to take on a project with the confidence and strength to stick with their vision. Everything I mentioned here applies to me personally, as well, and they are all things I would like to bring to fruition with my next project.

Square Enix executive producer Akitoshi Kawazu discussing the decline in popularity with Japanese videogames in a Nintendo Power interview,

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