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Mistwalker Corporation (ミストウォーカー, Misutowōkā) is a Japanese video game development studio founded by Hironobu Sakaguchi (the creator of the popular Final Fantasy series) in 2004, with the financial backing of Microsoft. The logo and name were trademarked in 2001. Based in Tokyo, Mistwalker is a co-developer similar to Red Entertainment and Armor Project, outsourcing development duties to other companies (including Artoon and feelplus), preferring to focus primarily on the story and music portions of game development, as well as generally overseeing the process. Nobuo Uematsu, known for his work in the Final Fantasy series, has written music for various games developed by Mistwalker.

Native name
Game development studio
IndustryVideo game industry
FounderHironobu Sakaguchi Edit this on Wikidata
HeadquartersTokyo, Japan
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Key people
ProductsVideo games
Number of employees
15 (2017)[1]

Sakaguchi is the president of the studio, and Kensuke Tanaka, the producer of the PlayOnline system, is the vice president.

List of games developed by MistwalkerEdit

Year Game Platform(s) Co-developer
NDS X360 Wii Android iOS PC
2006 Blue Dragon No Yes No No No No Artoon
2007 Lost Odyssey No Yes No No No No feelplus
2007 ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat Yes No No No No No Racjin
2008 Blue Dragon Plus Yes No No No No No Brownie Brown and feelplus
2008 Away: Shuffle Dungeon Yes No No No No No Artoon
2009 Blue Dragon: Awakened Shadow Yes No No No No No tri-Crescendo and Bird Studio
2011 The Last Story No No Yes No No No AQ Interactive
2012 Party Wave[2][3] No No No Yes Yes No None
2012 Blade Guardian[4] No No No No Yes No None
2014 Terra Battle No No No Yes Yes No None
2017 Terra Battle 2[5] No No No Yes Yes Yes Silicon Studio
TBA Terra Wars[5] No No No Yes Yes Yes Arzest
TBA Fantasian[6] No No No No Yes No None

Cancelled Game(s)Edit

Game Platform(s) Co-developer
NDS X360 WiiU Android iOS
Cry On No Yes No No No Cavia


  1. ^ Leone, Matt (16 March 2018). "Directing from the sidelines". Polygon. Vox Media, Inc. Retrieved 18 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Party Wave surfing over to Android and going free on iOS". Japanator.
  3. ^ "Mistwalker taking a stab at iPhone development". Engadget.
  4. ^ "Hironobu Sakaguchi nous dévoile Blade Guardian en vidéo". Gameblog.
  5. ^ a b "". crunchyroll. June 21, 2017. Retrieved June 23, 2017.
  6. ^ "Apple Arcade launches this fall with 100 exclusive games". polygon. March 25, 2019. Retrieved March 26, 2019.

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