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Front Mission (フロントミッション Furonto Misshon?) is a series of tactical role-playing video games published by Square, now Square Enix. The first game of the series was published in 1995 and was developed by G-Craft, a studio that was later absorbed by Square as Product Development Division-6. G-Craft or Division-6 has produced every Front Mission game since, with the exceptions of Front Mission Series: Gun Hazard (Omiya Soft), Front Mission Evolved (Double Helix Games), and Front Mission 2089: Border of Madness (h.a.n.d.). Since the release of the original game, the series has gone on to encompass several media, including films, manga, novels, radio dramas, and toys. The video games in the series have also ventured into other genres besides tactical role-playing, such as side-scrolling shooter, real-time strategy, third-person shooter, and massively multiplayer online games. The main storyline of the series encompasses seven different games. In addition to these, four spin-off titles have been produced, set both in the same universe as the main games and in alternate worlds.

The initial selling point of Front Mission was its storytelling approach. Taking place during the 21st and 22nd centuries, the series revolves around military conflicts and political tension between powerful supranational unions and their member states.[1] Although the Front Mission video games use self-contained, standalone stories, these tie into a greater overarching storyline that encompasses the entire series. In combination with the stories from its other media, the series possesses a level of storytelling depth and continuity comparable to a serial drama.[2]

Video games[edit]

Main series[edit]

Title Details

Original release dates:[1]
  • JP February 24, 1995
  • NA November 23, 2007
(Nintendo DS version)
Release years by system:
1995 – Super Famicom[3]
2002 – WonderSwan Color[4]
2003 – PlayStation (Front Mission 1st)[5]
2007 – Nintendo DS[6]
Notes:
  • PlayStation version is titled Front Mission 1st, and contains a new story campaign and other new content.[7]
  • Nintendo DS version is an enhanced port of the PlayStation version.[8]
  • Takes place after the events of Front Mission 2089 and Front Mission 2089-II, and is set in 2090.[1]
  • Included in the Front Mission History (PlayStation, 2003) collection.[1]



Original release date:[1]
  • JP September 25, 1997
Release years by system:
1997 – PlayStation[1]
Notes:
  • Takes place after the events of Front Mission and Front Mission 4, and is set in June 2102.[1]
  • Included in the Front Mission History (PlayStation, 2003) collection.[1]



Original release dates:[1]
  • JP September 2, 1999
  • NA March 22, 2000
  • PAL August 11, 2000
Release years by system:
1999 – PlayStation[1]
Notes:
  • Takes place after the events of Front Mission 2, and is set in October 2112.[1]
  • First game of the series to be released in North America and Europe.[1]
  • Included in the Front Mission History (PlayStation, 2003) collection.[1]



Original release dates:[1]
  • JP December 18, 2003
  • NA June 15, 2004
Release years by system:
2003 – PlayStation 2[1]
Notes:
  • Takes place after the events of Front Mission, and is set in 2096.[1]



Original release date:[1]
  • JP December 29, 2005
Release years by system:
2005 – PlayStation 2[1]
Notes:
  • Encompasses and concludes the entire serialized storyline; it takes place from 2070 to 2121.[1]



Original release date:[1]
  • JP March 7, 2005
Release years by system:
2005 – Mobile phones[1]
2008 – Mobile phones[1]
2008 – Nintendo DS (Front Mission 2089: Border of Madness)[9]
Notes:



Original release date:[1]
  • JP September 15, 2006
Release years by system:
2006 – Mobile phones[1]
2008 – Mobile phones[11]
Notes:
  • Released on NTT DoCoMo i-mode mobile phones and au EZweb mobile phones in Japan.[11]
  • A direct continuation of the storyline from Front Mission 2089; it leads up to the events seen in Front Mission, and is set in 2089.[1]


Spin-offs[edit]

Title Details

Original release date:[1]
  • JP February 23, 1996
Release years by system:
1996 – Super Famicom[1]
Notes:



Original release date:[1]
  • JP December 18, 1997
Release years by system:
1997 – PlayStation[1]
Notes:



Original release date:[1]
  • JP May 12, 2005
Release years by system:
2005 – PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows personal computer[1]
Notes:



Original release dates:
Release years by system:
2010 – PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows personal computer[15]
Notes:
  • A third-person shooter spin-off game.[18]
  • A story reboot taking place farther than all other entries, and set in 2171.[18]


Compilations[edit]

Title Details
Front Mission History

Original release date:[1]
  • JP December 11, 2003
Release years by system:
2003 – PlayStation[1]
Notes:
  • A compilation of Front Mission 1st, Front Mission 2 and Front Mission 3.[7]


Other media[edit]

Manga and novels[edit]

Title Details
Front Mission Zero

JP July 9, 1994 – Manga[19]
Notes:
  • A three-volume manga series co-written by Toshiro Tsuchida and Hideo Iwasaki, and co-published by FamiComics and ASCII Comix.[19]
  • Precedes all Front Mission video games (excluding Front Mission Alternative) and begins the serialized storyline, being set in 2070.[2]
  • The series revolves around a cast of characters who are later formally introduced in the video games through Front Mission 5: Scars of the War.[20]
  • Volume 1 – July 9, 1994 (FamiComics Special Edition, Summer 1994)[19]
  • Volume 2 – November 11, 1994 (FamiComics Special Edition, Winter 1994)[21]
  • Volume 3 – February 3, 1995 (FamiComics Special Edition, Spring 1995)[22]


Front Mission Comics

JP July 22, 1995 – Manga[23]
Notes:
  • A one-volume manga series written by Taishu Matsuda and published by ASCII Comix.[23]
  • An expanded universe supplement to Front Mission, set in January 2090.[23]


Front Mission – Front Line Report

JP July 22, 1995 – Novel[24]
Notes:
  • A novel co-written by Fumihiko Iino and Hideo Iwasaki, and co-published by LOGOUT Paperback Adventures and Aspect Novels.[24]
  • An expanded universe supplement to Front Mission, set in 2090.[24]


Gun Hazard – A Mercenary's Iron Legs

JP June 7, 1996 – Novel[25]
Notes:


Front Mission Series: Gun Hazard

JP November 22, 1996 – Manga[26]
Notes:


Front Mission 2 Guidebook ~Wanzers of the Elite~

JP January 5, 1998 – Manga[27]
Notes:


Front Mission 4 – Elsa

JP September 24, 2004 – Novel[28]
Notes:
  • A two-volume novel series written by Toru Akitsu and published by GAME NOVELS.[28]
  • Expanded universe supplements to Front Mission 4, set in 2095.[28][29]
  • Volume 1 – September 24, 2004[28]
  • Volume 2 – September 24, 2004[29]


Front Mission ~The Drive~

JP April 25, 2007 – Manga[30]
Notes:


Front Mission Dog Life & Dog Style

JP November 25, 2007
KR September 8, 2010
FR January 26, 2012 – Manga[31][32][33]
Notes:
  • A ten-volume manga series written by Yasuo Otagaki and published by Young Gangan.[31]
  • An original series that takes place during the timeline of Front Mission, set in June 2090.[34]
  • Volume 1 – Japan: November 25, 2007; South Korea: September 8, 2010; France: January 26, 2012[31][32][33][35]
  • Volume 2 – Japan: June 25, 2008; South Korea: October 15, 2010; France: March 8, 2012[36][37][38]
  • Volume 3 – Japan: December 25, 2008; South Korea: December 10, 2010; France: May 10, 2012[39][40][41]
  • Volume 4 – Japan: August 25, 2009; South Korea: February 8, 2011; France: August 23, 2012[42][43][44]
  • Volume 5 – Japan: February 25, 2010; South Korea: March 11, 2011; France: October 11, 2012[45][46][47]
  • Volume 6 – Japan: September 25, 2010; South Korea: April 27, 2011; France: December 13, 2012[48][49][50]
  • Volume 7 – Japan: June 25, 2011; South Korea: January 4, 2012; France: February 14, 2013[51][52][53]
  • Volume 8 – Japan: December 24, 2011; South Korea: July 20, 2012; France: April 11, 2013[54][55][56]
  • Volume 9 – Japan: June 25, 2012; South Korea: November 13, 2012; France: June 13, 2013[57][58][59]
  • Volume 10 – Japan: October 30, 2012; South Korea: January 25, 2013; France: August 22, 2013[60][61][62]


Films[edit]

Title Details
Front Mission

JP December 20, 1994 – Film[2]
Notes:


Front Mission Series: Gun Hazard

JP October 21, 1995 – Film[64]
Notes:


Radio dramas[edit]

Title Details
Front Mission Series: Gun Hazard

JP October 30, 1995 – Radio drama[64]
Notes:


Toys[edit]

The Front Mission series has spawned a number of action figures and model kits. In 1997, with the release of Front Mission 2, Kotobukiya released three resin kits depicting certain wanzers (mecha) from the game, such as the Zenith V.[65] In 1999, Kotobukiya's ARTFX team produced a line of six-inch action figures depicting wanzers seen in Front Mission 3 such as the Zenith RV.[66] Toy distributor Palisades released these figures In North America in 2000,[67] and they were later reissued in different colors.

In September 2004, after the release of Front Mission 4, Kotobukiya collaborated with Square Enix to release the Front Mission Trading Arts series, a line of highly realistic three-inch blind-box figures of wanzers. The Front Mission History collection also had their own small figures. The first wave of Trading Arts figures comprised wanzers from Front Mission and Front Mission 4,[68] which was re-released as Front Mission Trading Arts Plus Stage I in February 2005. One wanzer each from Front Mission 1st through Scars of the War was featured in Front Mission Trading Arts Plus Stage II, which was released in February 2006.[69] Glen Duval's Kyojun wanzer from Stage II was a pre-order reward for Front Mission 5.[70] Re-releases of this line featured wanzers in army green, matte, or metallic colors. Square Enix also released figures from Front Mission Evolved as part of its Play Arts Kai line, which include the Zenith, Enyo, and Zephyr.[71]

Books[edit]

The Front Mission series has produced a number of strategy guides and related books for their respective video games. Notable books released from the series include an artbook titled "Silence" The Art of Front Mission 1995-2003[72] and a reference book titled Front Mission World Historica: Report of Conflicts 1970-2121.[1] The "Silence" artbook showcases conceptual artwork drawn by Yoshitaka Amano for Front Mission, Front Mission: Gun Hazard, and the Front Mission First remake. The "World Historica" reference book covers all relevant data in the main series universe, from before the events of Front Mission Alternative to the end of Front Mission 5: Scars of the War. Front Mission: Gun Hazard and Front Mission Evolved are not covered in the reference book.[1]

Music albums[edit]

Title Release date Length Label
Front Mission Original Sound Version February 25, 1995[73] 1:08:17[73] NTT Publishing
Front Mission Series: Gun Hazard Original Soundtrack February 25, 1996[74] 2:30:25[74] NTT Publishing
Front Mission 2 Original Soundtrack September 21, 1997[75] 1:15:45[75] DigiCube
Front Mission Alternative Vinyl July 1997[76] 35:06[76] DigiCube
Front Mission Alternative Original Soundtrack November 21, 1997[77] 1:12:39[77] DigiCube
Front Mission 3 Original Soundtrack September 22, 1999[78] 2:30:00[78] DigiCube
Front Mission 1st Special BGM Selection May 10, 2004[79] 18:25[79] Square Enix
Front Mission 4 plus 1st Original Soundtrack May 10, 2004[80] 3:24:24[80] Square Enix
Front Mission 5: Scars of the War Original Soundtrack January 25, 2006[81] 2:43:07[81] Square Enix
Front Mission: Online Original Soundtrack September 20, 2006[82] 1:13:19[82] Square Enix
Front Mission Evolved Original Soundtrack/Mission 01 to 05 September 30, 2010[83] 23:47[83] Square Enix

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