Scenario Writer

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Motomu Toriyama - Works
... VII Event planner 1999 Racing Lagoon Scenario writer 2001 Final Fantasy X Event director, scenario editor 2003 Final Fantasy X-2 Director, scenario editor 2005 Final ...
Rewrite (visual Novel) - Development
... the project was accepted, Hinoue consulted Key's former main scenario writer Jun Maeda on various game scenario writers to employ for Rewrite ... However, the one writer Hinoue wanted on the project was Romeo Tanaka, who she had become a fan of after she played FlyingShine's 2003 visual novel Cross Channel, written by Tanaka ... Romeo's scenarios are very logical, and Key can do moe as a focus, so there was nothing that was "scary" ...
Iblis Trigger - Career - PlayStation Era
... of content and event scenes to the game for which Kazushige Nojima, the scenario writer, had to constantly revise the script to accommodate ... was cancelled as a series, the company wanted to create a new racing series and were looking for a scenario writer for the game ... Fantasy VIII but instead accepted the role of scenario writer for the game ...
Motomu Toriyama - Career - PlayStation Era
... event scenes to the game for which Kazushige Nojima, the scenario writer, had to constantly revise the script to accommodate ... wanted to create a new racing series and were looking for a scenario writer for the game ... VIII but instead accepted the role of scenario writer for the game ...
Takashi Iizuka (game Designer) - Production History
... the Hedgehog (2005) — Director, Lead Game Designer, Level Designer, Scenario Writer, Movie Supervisor Sonic Riders (2006) — Recording Coordinator Sonic the ...

Famous quotes related to scenario writer:

    This is the essential distinction—even opposition—between the painting and the film: the painting is composed subjectively, the film objectively. However highly we rate the function of the scenario writer—in actual practice it is rated very low—we must recognize that the film is not transposed directly and freely from the mind by means of a docile medium like paint, but must be cut piece-meal out of the lumbering material of the actual visible world.
    Sir Herbert Read (1893–1968)