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For the American electronics manufacturer, see Media Vision.
Public company
Industry Computer and video game industry
Founded March 1, 1993
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Products Wild Arms series
Number of employees
110 (as of April 1, 2015)
Website Official website

Media.Vision (メディア・ビジョン株式会社 Media Bijon Kabushiki-Gaisha?) is a Japanese video game developer best known for the Wild Arms series of role-playing video games.

Games developed[edit]

Title Date Publisher(s) Platform(s) Region(s)
Crime Crackers 3 December 1994 SCEI PlayStation JP
Rapid Reload 28 April 1995 JP, EU
Wild Arms 20 December 1996 JP, NA, EU
Crime Crackers 2 27 November 1997 JP
Wild Arms 2 2 September 1999 JP, NA
Sneakers 22 February 2002 Microsoft Game Studios Xbox JP, EU, NA
Wild Arms 3 14 March 2002 SCEI PlayStation 2 JP, NA, EU
Wild Arms: Alter Code F 27 November 2003 JP, NA
Wild Arms 4 24 March 2005 JP, NA, EU, AUS
Heavy Metal Thunder 1 September 2005 Square Enix JP
Mawaza 6 October 2005 SCEI
Wild Arms 5 14 December 2006 JP, NA, EU, AUS
Wild Arms XF 9 August 2007 PlayStation Portable JP, NA, EU
The Wizard of Oz: Beyond the Yellow Brick Road 25 December 2008 D3 Publisher Nintendo DS JP, NA
Enkaku Sōsa: Shinjitsu e no 23 Nichikan 5 February 2009 SCEI PlayStation Portable JP
Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo 23 July 2009 Namco Bandai Games Wii JP, NA, AUS, EU
Chaos Rings 20 April 2010 Square Enix iOS, Windows Phone 7 JP, NA
Valkyria Chronicles III 27 January 2011 Sega PlayStation Portable JP
Chaos Rings Omega 19 May 2011 Square Enix iOS, Android JP, NA
Chaos Rings II 15 March 2012
Shining Ark 28 February 2013 Sega PlayStation Portable JP
Chaos Rings III 16 October 2014 Square Enix PlayStation Vita, iOS, Android JP, NA
Shining Resonance 11 December 2014 Sega PlayStation 3 JP
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth 12 March 2015 Bandai Namco Games PlayStation Vita JP, NA, EU
Valkyria: Azure Revolution Q4 2016 Sega PlayStation 4 JP

Other contribution[edit]

Title Date Publisher(s) Platform(s) Region(s) Notes
Sonic and the Black Knight 12 March 2009 Sega Wii JP, NA, EU Production of the 2D cutscenes for the game (under the Media.Vision Entertainment Inc. label)

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