Miwa Shoda joined Squaresoft, now Square Enix, in 1995 and went on to write Japanese Legend of Mana and Final Fantasy XII. Those are big games with big stories — something that they apparently do not need.
Japanese game maker Jaleco invited the internet to submit monsters for upcoming role-playing-game WIZmans World. The creation with the most votes will be included in the game.
Japanese game company Jaleco has started a new poll regarding an upcoming project. Users are able to submit designs of non-playable-characters, and other folks can vote for their favorites.
Earlier this year, Jaleco Holdings announced that it was leaving the video game business. And the company has — poof, it's gone and moved on.
The game's tagline is: "Your way of life will change. Maybe." Ougon no Kizuna goes on sale in Japan on May 28.
Jaleco Holdings is leaving the industry. As of January 15, 2009, the company transferred 100 percent of ownership in subsidiary Jaleco, best known for Bases Loaded, to an online game company GAME YAROU.