Kazushige Nojima


Kazushige Nojima

Kazushige Nojima (野島 一成 Nojima Kazushige?, born January 20, 1964 in Sapporo) is a Japanese game scenario writer and is the founder of Stellavista Ltd.. He is best known for writing parts of Square Enix's Final Fantasy video game series—namely Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2—and the Kingdom Hearts series. Nojima also wrote the original lyrics of Liberi Fatali for Final Fantasy VIII and both Suteki da Ne and the Hymn of the Fayth for Final Fantasy X. He was also the scenario writer for much of the Glory of Heracles series and for the adventure mode of the Wii game Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Nojima worked for Square Enix until October 2003 and was credited on the following video games during his time as a Square-Enix employee:

Since working as a freelancer, he has been credited on the following projects:

  • Tantei Jingūji Saburō: Kiken na Futari (1988–1989; as Scenario Writer)
  • Hercules no Eikō II: Titan no Metsubō (1989; as Scenario Writer)
  • Tantei Jingūji Saburō: Toki no Sugiyuku mamani... (1991; as Scenario Writer)
  • Hercules no Eikō III: Kamigami no Chinmoku (1992; as Scenario Writer)
  • Hercules no Eikō IV: Kamigami kara no Okurimono (1994; as Scenario Writer)
  • Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII (2004; as Scenario Supervisor)
  • Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (2004; as Scenario Supervisor)
  • Final Fantasy VII Advent Children (2005; as Scenario Writer)
  • Kingdom Hearts II (2005; as Scenario Writer)
  • Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (2007; as Scenario Writer)
  • Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008; as Scenario Writer for Adventure Mode: The Subspace Emissary) (w/ Masahiro Sakurai)
  • Glory of Heracles (2008; as Scenario Writer)
  • Sakura Note (2009; as Scenario Writer)[1]
  • Final Fantasy XIII (2009; as Scenario Concept)
  • Final Fantasy Type-0 (2011; as Scenario Concept)
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2 (2011; as Scenario Concept)
  • Final Fantasy Versus XIII (TBA; as Scenario Writer & Scenario Concept)

Nojima also worked on developing the mythology behind the entire Fabula Nova Crystallis Final Fantasy series, which serves as the foundation for all stories within the series.[2]

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