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Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia's scenario is written by a Brave Exvius and XIII-2 writer

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia's scenario is written by a Brave Exvius and XIII-2 writer

Written by Brayden — 06 Aug 2018

Square Enix Business Division 4 hasn't wanted to release any credits for their mobile games such as Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia or Final Fantasy Record Keeper but thankfully the person incharge of the scenario for Opera Omnia has revealed her involvement herself.

Nanako Saito has revealed via her personal website that she is writing the scenario for Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia. According to the website Edge Works she has four other writers helping her.

Saito is a former Square Enix employee, when at the company she was one of the writers trained by Motomu Toriyama.

She worked as a scenario assistant on Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings (directed and written by Toriyama), co-wrote the scenario for Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles - My Life as a King with Toriyama, helped on Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy as an RPG planner, worked on the Toriyama-directed Final Fantasy XIII-2 as one of the game's scenario writers (Daisuke Watanabe was lead scenario writer) and worked on Final Fantasy Agito before leaving the company in 2014 due to medical reasons.

She has continued to write for various video games as a freelancer however co-writing the screenplay for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius with Yukinori Kitajima and of course Opera Omnia.

She has also previously worked on other Square Enix titles including Fortune Street for the Nintendo Wii where she was credited with the text writing with Toriyama. And she also wrote the scenario for Fullmetal Alchemist: Prince of the Dawn, a Japan-only Wii game that Toriyama served as scenario director for.






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