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Lou 03/25/2013 14:02

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Front Mission

Wikipedia: Front Mission (video game) Link
Front Mission
Front Mission
Super Famicom cover art
Square Enix (PS1)
Square Enix (PS1)
Director(s)Hideo Iwasaki
Producer(s)Toshiro Tsuchida
Shinji Hashimoto
Artist(s)Yoshitaka Amano
Writer(s)Toshiro Tsuchida
Composer(s)Yoko Shimomura
Noriko Matsueda
SeriesFront Mission
Platform(s)Super Famicom, PlayStation, WonderSwan Color, Nintendo DS
ReleaseSuper Famicom
  • JP: February 24, 1995
WonderSwan Color
  • JP: July 12, 2002
  • JP: October 23, 2003
Nintendo DS
  • JP: March 22, 2007
  • NA: October 23, 2007
PSOne Classic
  • JP: November 11, 2008
Genre(s)Tactical role-playing game
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer

Front Mission (フロントミッション, Furonto Misshon) is a tactical role-playing game developed by G-Craft and published by Squaresoft, and was released in Japan on February 24, 1995 for the Super Famicom. Front Mission is the first main entry and the first entry overall in the Front Mission series. Front Mission is part of a serialized storyline that follows the stories of various characters and their struggles involving mecha known as wanzers. A direct port of the game was released for the WonderSwan Color in Japan on July 12, 2002.

A port of the game developed by Square Enix Co., Ltd. was released for the PlayStation in Japan on October 23, 2003, titled Front Mission First (フロントミッション ザ・ファスト). It included new content and offered a new USN scenario to play through. The PlayStation version was then ported to the Nintendo DS with more additional content and was released in Japan on March 22, 2007. Only the Nintendo DS port, renamed as Front Mission, was released in North America on October 23, 2007. This release marked the third time that a Front Mission title was localized and published outside Japan. It was released as a PSOne Classic in Japan on November 11, 2008.

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