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These credits have been adapted from the end credits of the Japanese original, International, North American, European PlayStation, and PC, and PlayStation 4 versions of Final Fantasy VII.

The Japanese credits are in two sections. The first section has a screen of credits fade on and off the screen at a time, while the second section has the credits scroll up. During the first section, staff are credited with their Japanese name and a romanization. During the second section only the Japanese name is credited, except for the final few credits. All staff positions are written in English and are singular, with exception going to company names which use their official company name.

The International credits differ from the original slightly, adding people involved in the additional FMVs, crediting a different soprano on the "The Creation" excerpt, and making a correction from "Sephiros Choir" to "Sephiroth Choir".

The North American version (released before the International version) re-designed the entire thing is scrolling. There is no Japanese text in the North American credits, and some English names differ from the romanizations making them more phonetically accurate (e.g. "Hirokatu Sasaki" > "Hirokatsu Sasaki", but "Kenzi Nagashima" remains), and switches the order of some names that were in the wrong order ("Yasui Kentarow" (surname, first name) > "Kentarow Yasui") although . In the portion of the credits that were not originally in English, there are various newly introduced examples of these things ("Sigeko Sogame", "Okayama Yousuke" (surname, first name)). The North American staff roles always use plural, and some (but not all) typos in staff names were corrected. The North American also rearranged some of the credits, and erroneously moved some names to different sections. The credited "The Creation" Soprano is the same as in the Japanese original. Additional credits are added for Square Soft USA (the localization), and SCEA (the publishing).

The European version (released after the International version) also re-designed the credits to be entirely scrolling, although it leaves longer gaps between sections, usually allowing a credit to leave the screen before another comes on. This means the credits scroll faster than the other version but are technically longer. The romanizations of the names are the same as in the North American version. The staff positions haphazardly use a mixture of singular and plural. The erroneous moving of names was not copied from the North American version, but some of the reorganizations were. The credited "The Creation" Soprano is the same as the Japanese International. The Square Soft USA credits are the same as in the North American version, and SCEE credits for publishing are added.

The North American credits removed Takaharu Matsuo from the Battle Stage Designers credits, meanwhile introducing Masahide Tanaka. The European credits kept Masahide Tanaka as a Battle Stage Designer and re-added Takaharu Matsuo, however Takaharu Matsuo was removed as a Background Designer.

The European credits adds "Aiko Ito" to the Special Thanks section.

The PC 1998 credits were manually recreated based on the North American version and therefore all of the preexisting typos were fixed. At the same time, many more errors were introduced on staff names including some being missed entirely. The PC version has its own extended credits for Square Soft USA, and adds credits for Eidos, Intermetrics, Yamaha, and a list of other companies.

All other PC versions and those based on it (the PlayStation 4 version) do not change the credits. Instead the PC 2012 version adds a separate credits section to its launcher, and the PlayStation 4 version adds a separate option for additional credits to the title screen.

In all versions there are also credits listed if one does waits on the title screen without inputs. Some of these credits use different romanizations. Only the main credits are here, but it is notable for using different romanizations and them not being corrected in the English versions.

Names and positions are credited in capital letters in the credits, but have been made lowercase for this article. Names are as written in the English versions, for the Japanese names see Final Fantasy VII translations#Credits. The order of the credits are based on the Japanese versions. PlayStation 4 is included in "PC versions" mentioned below, unless specifically referring to its "additional credits".

CreditsEdit

Square Product Development, Dept.#1Edit

Producer

Hironobu Sakaguchi

Director

Yoshinori Kitase

Music Composer

Nobuo Uematsu

Main Programmer

Ken Narita

Character Design & Battle Visual Director

Tetsuya Nomura

Art Director

Yusuke Naora

Image Illustrator

Yoshitaka Amano

CG Supervisor

Kazuyuki Hashimoto

CG Movie Director

Motonori Sakakibara

Character Modeling Director

Tomohiro Kayano

Main Character Modeler[nb 1]

Hiroshi Arai

Magic Effect Director

Hirokatsu Sasaki[nb 2]

Special Magic Effect Director

Shintaroh Takai[nb 3]

Battle Stage Director

Akira Fujii

Graphic Outside Contractor Art Director

Hitoshi Sasaki

Outside Contractor Coordinator

Hiroyoshi Hamada[nb 4]

Animation Director

Hidetoshi Omori[nb 5]

Battle Plan Director

Yasushi Matsumura[nb 6][nb 7]

Map Plan Director

Hidetoshi Kezuka

Map Plan Co-directors
Battle Programmer

Hiroshi Harata

Character Programmer

Hiroshi Kawai

CD & Movie Programmer

Shun Moriya

Sound Programmer

Minoru Akao

Sound Engineer

Eiji Nakamura

MA & Recording Engineer

Kenzi Nagashima[nb 8]

Story By
Based on the Story By

Field SectionEdit

Programmer

Keizo Kokubo

Event Planners
Special Thanks
  • Masato Kato
Map Planners
  • Masaru Oka
  • Satoru Tsuji
  • Naoya Kawahira
  • Toshio Kurihara[nb 9]
  • Junko Iriguchi
  • Masashi Nakata
  • Ryo Tsurumaki
Concept Art By
Background Designers
  • Takaharu Matsuo[nb 10]
  • Matsuzo Itakura
  • Kenzo Kanzaki
  • Kazuyuki Ikumori
  • Yukio Nakatani
  • Takeshi Okui
  • Hiroshi Matsuyama
  • Yasunori Higuchi
  • Kazushi Urata
  • Masaaki Hayashi
Sub-character & Character Texture Designer

Kazuhiro Okawa

Assistant Character Designer

Fumi Nakashima

Character Modelers
  • Takanari Tajima
  • Murasaki Iriguchi
  • Hiroyuki Hoshino
Character Animators
  • Norihito Takami
  • Tatsuo Heianzan

Battle SectionEdit

Progammers
  • Akihiro Yamaguchi
CG Progammer

Masaharu Inoue

Planners
Special Thanks

Toshiaki Suzuki

Monster Modelers
  • Kouichi Ebe
  • Yoshio Yamakawa
  • Hiroto Yamamoto
Character Animators
  • Tatsuya Kando
  • Kuniharu Takeuchi
  • Go Kikuchi
Battle Stage Designers
  • Hideyuki Matsumoto
  • Takaharu Matsuo[nb 10]
  • Jun Matsuo
  • Kyuji Kawase

Masahide Tanaka[nb 11]

Monster Designers[nb 12]
  • Shin Nagasawa
  • Tetsu Tsukamoto
2D Animators
  • Kenichirou Okamoto
  • Hiroyuki Yotsuji

Magic Effects SectionEdit

Graphic Designers
  • Youichi Tanaka
  • Hiroyuki Ikeda
  • Kunio Asahara
Programmers

World Map SectionEdit

[nb 15]

Graphic Designer

Hideyuki Matsumoto

Effect Designer

Takayuki Odachi

Progammer

Yasuo Kuwahara

Planner

Masato Yagi

Chocobo Race SectionEdit

Progammer

Keitaro Adachi

Graphic Designer

Ryotaro Takahashi

Planner

Hiroki Chiba

Condor War SectionEdit

Progammer

Ryu Moto

Graphic Designer

Hiroyuki Yotsuji

Planner

Kazuhiko Yoshioka

Submarine Chase SectionEdit

Progammer

Shin-ichi Tanaka

Graphic Designers
  • Hiroyuki Yotsuji
  • Takeshi Sanda
Planner

Motomu Toriyama


Highway & Roller Coaster SectionEdit

Progammer

Tatsuya Yoshinari

Graphic Designer

Takeshi Sanda

Planner

Keisuke Matsuhara

Snowboard SectionEdit

Progammer

Tadamichi Obinata

Graphic Designer

Daiki Komatsu

Planner

Jun Akiyama

CG Movie SectionEdit

Field CG & Movie Designers
  • Hiroyuki Honda
  • Kanako Aoki
  • Ayako Kuroda
  • Yoshinori Moriizumi
  • Yuko Akiyama
Movie Engineers
  • Motohisa Adachi
  • Ryusuke Sasaki
Banpresto Co, Ltd.[nb 16]
  • Tadao Odaka
  • Koji Kobayashi
  • Takeshi Yamazoe
  • Daisuke Shigeta
  • Koji Tanaka
  • Keiko Imamura
  • Kazutoshi Sakai

Battle CG SupportEdit

Monster Animators
  • Masateru Suzuki
  • Kouichirou Soeda
  • Junnichi Murata
  • Reina Ikeda
  • Mari Miyamoto
  • Yusuke Tanaka
  • Manabu Inokuchi
  • Kyouko Muramatu
  • Kenji Kadonishi
  • Yousuke Asahara
  • Hiroyuki Hamada[nb 17]
  • Ikuyo Yoshida
  • Nobuhiko Imai
  • Yukimasa Nakauchi
  • Makoto Yagishita[nb 18]
Monster Modeling[nb 19]
  • Yuki Kawaguchi
  • Rie Masuda
  • Kumi Kanai
  • Nokazu Sato
  • Yoshihiro Takeshita
  • Yoshiyuki Oku
  • Hideo Kubota
  • Takuya Tsunakawa
Sound Effect
  • Yoshitaka Hirota
  • Yuichiro Mori
  • Mitsuhiro Iwadate
  • Yoshikuni Nakamura

Sephiroth ChoirEdit

Soprano
  • Matsue Fukushima
  • Minae Fujisaki
Alto
  • Kazuko Nakano
  • Saki Ono
Tenor
  • Toru Tabei
  • Daisuke Hara
Bass
  • Toshizumi Sakai

Excerpts from "The Creation"Edit

Composed by Joseph Haydn
Soprano (JORG, NA, PC)[nb 20]

Matsue Fukushima

Soprano (JINT, EU)[nb 20]

Minae Fujisaki

Tenor

Daisuke Hara[nb 21]

Synthesizer

Masashi Hamauzu

Square USA StaffEdit

Tool Programmers - LA
  • Paul Ashdown (V.P.)
  • Yun-Po Paul Fan
  • Shiro Kawai
CG Designers - LA
  • Ron Sabatino (V.P.)
  • Sharon Packer
  • Joseph Black
  • Nicholas Hoppe
  • Suzanne Berger
  • Doug Smith
LA Unit-Coordinators
  • Junichi Yanagihara (S.V.P.)
  • Shinichiro Kajitani (V.P.)
  • Ryota Toyama

CG Outside ContractorsEdit

Field & Movie SectionEdit

Links Corporation

Links became Links DigiWorks in 2000 before merging into Imagica in 2010. Links also operated with Wilco as WilcoLinks DigiWorks Inc. in 1999, which they used for work on Final Fantasy X. Aside from Final Fantasy VII, Links also worked on Parasite Eve. Hiroyuki Seshita who worked on both games also joined Square to work on many titles including Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within.[1]

  • Hiroyuki Seshita
  • Ikuo Nishii
  • Yoshihisa Hirano
  • Michiko Kanno
  • Kaori Saitoh
  • Miki Saitoh[nb 22]
  • Keiichi Abe
  • Kouji Ichiyama
  • Tatsuya Ezaki
  • Hiroshi Kamohara
  • Natsuyo Kobayashi
  • Sigeki Sogame[nb 22]
  • Sanae Nakanishi
  • Teruyuki Nagoshi
  • Terushige Watanabe
  • Amoe Hosogai
  • Makiko Mizushima
  • Yuuichiro Mouri
  • Kunihiko Mohara
  • Sachiko Yoshida
  • Atsushi Funabashi
MILAI Corporation

Founded in 1991.[2]

  • Masanori Usuba
  • Masahisa Kaneko
  • Kazuhiko Konta
  • Tsugio Yamamura
  • Satoko Matsuda
  • Hajime Hidaka
  • Miku Kayama
  • Yasuhiro Sugitani[nb 23]
Pixy Corporation

Pixy Corporation are credited for work on Final Fantasy VIII, but none of the same staff worked on it. Akihiro Tsuchiya went on to work for Square Visual Works for Final Fantasy VIII and Final Fantasy IX. Masanori Ikeda and Jun Terai are both credited under DAAC Corporation in Final Fantasy VIII. 長澤 剛史

  • Masanori Ikeda
  • Jun Terai
Image Corporation

Foundedi in 1990, changed name to img in 2009.[3]

  • Kouichi Ishiwata
  • Okayama Yousuke[nb 25]
  • Toshiyasu Shimada
  • Fumihiro Otsuki
  • Isao Tokunaga
  • Kazuhiro Kinpara
  • Jeongtae Kim
  • Daisuke Miura
  • Junko Anzai
  • Noriaki Kato
  • Masaaki Tanabe
  • Yasuhiro Tezuka
Wilco Japan Inc.

Formed in 1991, collaborated with Links Corporation in 1999 as WilcoLinks DigiWorks Inc., and changed name to WILCO Dream Studios in 2003.[4][5]

  • Hideaki Noguchi
  • Yukihiro Shibamoto
  • Makoto Sugawara
  • Hiromi Takahashi
  • Sakiko Aoki
  • Kaori Nagasaki
  • Tamotsu Machida
Omnibus Japan
  • Yoichi Harato
  • Haruo Koyama
  • Michitaka Sato
  • Taro Ibusuki
  • Tetsuo Kojima
  • Tetsuji Nakaoka
  • Mae Hirose
  • Mitsugu Kobayashi
  • Jyunji Munekata
  • Aritsune Kawamura
  • Kazushi Sugawara
  • Akira Watanabe
  • Naoko Hatsukari
  • Kenji Ogura
  • Hidekazu Miyake
  • Kenji Tanabe
  • Seichi Tanaka
  • Tomohiko Syuto
  • Hiroshi Murakami
  • Hanako Kido
  • Katsuyuki Amano
  • Satoshi Takagi
  • Mami Kojima
  • Yuki Masuda
  • Hiroyuki Morohoshi
  • Yuichi Morio
Norihiro Ohtsubo

[1][2]

DAAC Corporation

Established in 1996[6].

TOSE C.G. Section

Monster Model SupportEdit

NHK Enterprise 21

Established in 1995.[7][8]

Masayoshi Obata

Field Design SupportEdit

Atelier Musa

Established by Shigemi Ikeda in 1986,[9].

Shigemi Ikeda

Kusanagi

Kusanagi was established in 1990.[10] Kusanagi also worked on Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy XII, Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon, [11][12]

  • Nobuhito Sue
Umigame Jimusho Corporation

Hiroyuki Hayashi joined Links Corporation in 1984, but later became freelance and founded Umigame Jimusho in 1991.[13][14]

Hiroyuki Hayashi

Algo-Nicus
  • Shunichi Baba
  • Yukitomo Watanabe

2D Animation SupportEdit

Studio Gazelle, Inc.

Founded in 1993,[15] they also worked on Parasite Eve and Final Fantasy VIII.[16]

Other CreditsEdit

This is separated from the contractors only by spacing. It is unknown if any of those listed below are part Development Team Dept. #1.

Quality Assurance[nb 29]
  • Hiromi Masuda
  • Yoshia Shibano
  • Yuji Saito
  • Tsuyoshi Fusano
  • Miki Ito
  • Yuki Hasegawa
Sound Engineer for Additional Movie[nb 30]

Tak Ogawa

Recording Engineer for Additional Movie[nb 30]

Masayoshi Okawa

Special Thanks[nb 19][nb 27]
  • Kazuhiko Torishima
  • Toshimasa Takahashi[nb 31]
  • Hideo Yoshikura
  • Yuu Kondoh
  • Izumi Kawanishi
  • Masayoshi Yanaka
  • Teiji Yutaka
  • Kaoru Yamanoue
Publicity Producers
  • Shinji Hashimoto
  • Tadashi Nomura
  • Kiyotaka Sousui[nb 34]
Executive Producers[nb 35]
  • Tetsuo Mizuno
  • Tomoyuki Takechi

Square Soft, Inc.Edit

These are two sets of credits under this name: One in the English PlayStation releases of the game, and one in the PC releases of the game. Many of the credits in the PC version duplicate ones in the PlayStation version, and many of the ones omitted from the PlayStation versions that are in the PC version still apply to the PlayStation version of the game such as the localization and technical translation credits.

PlayStationEdit

Product Development Coordinator

Michael Baskett

QA Manager

Jon Williams

Customer Service Manager

Rick Thompson

Executive VP, Strategic Planning

Yoshihiro Maruyama

Vice President of Marketing

Jun Iwasaki

Assistant Marketing Associate

Kenji Mimura

PCEdit

Senior Vice President

Yoshi-hiro Maruyama

Executive Producers
  • Masahiro Nakajima
  • Randall Fujimoto
Vice President, Marketing

Jun Iwasaki

Senior Software Engineers
  • Anthony Ignacio
  • Son Ton
Software Engineers
  • "William" Feng Chen
  • Scott Conventon
  • Jay Fong
  • Kazumasa Fuseya[nb 7]
  • Akintunde Omitowoju
  • Rajiv Patel
  • Yoshinori "Goro" Uenishi
Graphic Artist

Jason Greenberg

Production Manager

Yumi Yoshida

Associate Producer

Akihito Kozu

Localization

Michael Baskett

Technical Translation
  • Aiko Ito
  • David Jones
Additional Programming
  • Clayton S. Chan
  • Stanford Ng
Marketing
  • Kenji Mimura
  • Kyoko Yamashita
  • Lisa Ahern
Business Development

Elaine Diiorio

Network Administration

Sami Zuhuruddin

Customer Service
  • Rick Thompson
  • Fernando Bustamante
Quality Assurance Manager
  • Jonathan Williams
Lead QA Analysts
  • Richard E. Amtower IV
  • Clayton S. Chan
  • Tymothi V. Loving
Quality Assurance
  • Sean Camanyang
  • Sissie Chang
  • Mike Givens
  • Stephen A. Holder
  • Andy Hsu
  • Terry Y. Jung
  • Kirk Lambert
  • Vangthonhoua Moua
  • Stanford Ng
  • Robert Smith
  • Takahiro So
  • Jamie Wiggs

Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.Edit

These are credits in the North American release of the game.

Associate Producer

Seth Luisi

Assistant Producer

Jeffrey Ng

Senior Producer

Perry Rodgers

QA Manager

Mark Pentek

Lead Tester

Mike Benton

Asst. Lead Tester

Christian Davis

Licensing Manager

Etsuko Kobata

Business Coordinator

Taku Imasaki

Vice President of Marketing

Andrew House

Director of Product Marketing

Peter Dille

Director of PR and Promotions

Jeff Fox

Product Manager

David Bamberger

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Inc.Edit

These are credits in the European release of the game. The header in the credits is "Producer (SCEE)-Martin Alltimes", and SCEE are not referred to besides there. This section is listed before Square Soft, Inc., while in the North American version SCEA is listed after.

Producer

Martin Alltimes

QA Manager

Tony Bourne

QA Assistant Manager

Steve Archer

QA Supervisor

Dave Cleaveley

QA Co-ordinator

Jim McCabe

Lead Tester

Brad Davey

Tester
  • Neil Smith
  • Kevin Mason
  • Mark Stephenson
  • Ste Chainey
  • John Wilson
  • Phil Green
  • Craig Duddle
  • Kay Hounsell
  • Lisa Williams
  • Dominic Berzins
  • Anthony Mair
  • Paul Jones
  • John Cassidy
  • David Burke
  • Dee Norfolk
  • Steve Griffiths
  • Neil James

Eidos Interactive (U.S.)Edit

These credits are in the PC versions. The above is the header title and is featured in all versions no matter what region it was released.

Producer

Frank Hom

Director of Development

James Poole

Quality Assurance Manager

Mike McHale

Lead QA Analyst

Corey Fong

Quality Assurance
  • Clayton Palma
  • Eric Adams
  • Jeremy Hunter
  • John Arvay
  • Matt Miller
  • Mike Gilmartin
  • Mike Schmitt
  • Rudy Ellis
  • Timothy Moore
  • Tom Marx
VP of Marketing

Paul Baldwin

Product Manager

Gary Keith

Creative Services Director

Sutton Trout

Public Relations
  • Gary Keith
  • Tricia Gray
Production Manager

Jo Kathryn Reavis

Manual Design
  • Moore & Price
  • Frank Hom
Special Thanks
  • Charles Cornwall
  • Keith Boesky
  • Phil Campbell
  • Dave Cox
  • Mike McGarvey

Eidos (Europe)Edit

These credits are in the PC versions. The above is the header title and is featured in all versions no matter what region it was released.

Associate-Producer

John Ng

Director of Development

Steve Hickman

Localization Manager

Flavia Timiani

Marketing Managers
  • Cindy Church - England
  • Sebastien Salinie - France
  • Christian Zoch - Germany
  • Mercedes Rey - Spain
French Text Localization
  • Corinne Racineux (Loca Motion, Paris)
  • Celine Bellini
German Text Localization
  • Tetsuhiko Hara
  • Elke Kleinofen
Spanish Text Localization

David Carillo

Public Relations
  • Steve Starvis - England
  • Sascha Green-Kaiser - Germany
  • Priscille Demoly - France

Intermetrics, Inc.Edit

These credits are in the PC versions.

  • Yoji Takenaka
  • Jeff E. England
  • Joseph Alemanni
  • Pål-Kristian Engstad
  • Michael Kawashima

Yamaha CorporationEdit

These credits are in the PC versions.

  • Susumu Kawashima
  • Naoyuki Makinose
  • Toshiaki Kaburagi
  • Tad Aoyama
  • Yasunori Ogawa

Special ThanksEdit

These credits are in the PC versions.

  • 3DFX Interactive, Inc.
  • Intel Corporation & Intel K.K.
  • Microsoft Corporation & Microsoft K.K.
  • The Duck Corporation
  • NEC Electronics Inc.
  • ATI Technologies Inc.
  • NVIDIA Corporation
  • Rendition, Inc.
  • 3DLabs, Inc.
  • Creative Labs, Inc.
  • Diamond Multimedia Systems, Inc.
  • Matrox Graphics Inc.
  • S3 Inc.
  • Brady Games

PC 2012 portEdit

Square Enix JapanEdit

From the Launcher of the 2012 PC version.

Senior Executive Managing Officer

Shinji Hashimoto

Senior Manager

Makoto Tsuda

Project Director

Koichiro Sakamoto

Project Planner

Nobuhiro Tsukioka

Project Manager

Nobuyuki Kashihara

Business Development Manager

Jacob Navok

Global Project Manager

Tomoe Haga

Global Project Coordinator

Eri Wakabayashi

Square Enix EuropeEdit

From the Launcher of the 2012 PC version.

Online Publishing Director

Simon Protheroe

PA to Online Publishing

Begona Lorenzo

Senior Digital Marketing Manager

Antonio Marfuggi

Producer

Julien Ognier

Software Solutions Manager

Roberto Torella

Designer

Emiliano Rampazzi

Operations Director

Richard Lever

Head of QA

Marc Titheridge

Mastering Manager

Jason Walker

QA Project Manager

Tony Peterken

Ruby On Rails Developer

Levente Bagi

QA Lead

Jonathan Larouche

QA Testers
  • Didier Leroy
  • Guy Gilbert
  • Kim Carpentier
  • Martin Frappier
  • Philip Grohe
  • Pierre-Marc Savoie
  • Sébastien Doe
  • Victor White
QA Compliance Team

Jean-François Gauthier

Senior Production Manager

Seb Ohsan Berthelsen

Assistant Production Manager

Yuko Tomizawa

Senior Localization Producer

Alex Moresby

Localization Producer

Daniel Mellar

Assistant Localisation Producer

Elisa Giribaldi

QA Manager

André Woitczyk

Assistant QA Managers
  • Thibaut Salembier
  • Pindaro Vargas-Farías
Senior QA Lead (UK)

Shailesh Iyer

Senior QA Lead (France)

Kevon Balon

Senior QA Lead (Italy)

Efrem Borroni

Senior QA Lead (Germany)

Hoi-yee Leung

Senior QA Lead (Spain)

Alberto Barajas Aguado

French Translator

Pierre Gauthier

Italian Translator

Giulia Isnenghi

German Translator

Sina Moelleken

Spanish Translator

Mariona Pera i de Miguel

Dotemu SASEdit

From the Launcher of the 2012 PC version.

CEO

Xavier Liard

CTO

Romain Tisserand

Project Manager

Thomas Balitout

Software Engineering
  • Mattias Ahlström
  • Vincent Poulain
  • Ruben Duarte Da Mota

PlayStation 4 portEdit

Credits from seleting the "ADDITIONAL CREDITS" option from the title screen in the PlayStation 4 version.

Director

Hiroshi Harata

Producers
  • Tomohiko Hirano
  • Shaun Noguchi
Project Coordinator

Masayo Arayashiki

Dotemu SAS.Edit

Lead Developer

Thomas Balitout

Project Manager

Christian Cortez

Software Engineers
  • Guillaume Dada
  • Romain Tisserand
Business Development
  • Cyrille Imbert
  • Xavier Liard
Graphic Designer

Stephane Perez

Tester and Localization Check

Pierre-Olivier Petillot

Pole to Win Co.,Ltd.Edit

Game Testers
  • Kengo Uesugi
  • Tomohiro Wataya
  • Satoshi Mitamura
  • Yumi Sasaki

Pole to Win International (Glasgow Studio)Edit

QA Manager

Liam Ross

Senior Lead Tester

Monica Zamboni

Lead Tester

Scott Herdman

Localization Testers
  • Chloé Benkemoun
  • Fridtjof Zimmermann
  • Karan Kamrani
  • Naomi Finlay-Kerr

Square Enix Co.Ltd.Edit

Quality AssuranceEdit
General Manager

Koji Yamashita

Senior Manager

Yukihiro Shibuya

Manager

Hideyuki Kato

Ratings Advisor

Reiko Kondo

Chief Coordinator

Hiromichi Takahashi

Coordinator

Hitoshi Kurai

Technical Engineers
  • Taisuke Yahisa
  • Noboru Taniguchi
  • Hisato Iwatsuki
Game Testers
  • Kazuumi Izumi
  • Junpei Takaoka
Sound SectionEdit
Music Data Support
  • Keiji Kawamori
  • Tomohiro Yajima
Audio Programmers
  • Hikaru Taniyama
  • Akihiro Minami
  • Yoshinori Tsuchida
Project Manager

Kazuki Hamamoto

Project Assistants
  • Yuko Sake
  • Shihoko Karube
  • Ayako Tsuchiya
LocalizationEdit
Localization Director

Kay Miura

Localization Coordinators
  • Mitsuro Waki
  • Yayoi Ohba
  • Yoshie Fukada
Additional English Text Translation
  • Steven Reinhart
  • Ben Sabin
Additional French Text Translation

Emilie Thoré

Additional German Text Translation

Yuriko Nagata

Additional Spanish Text Translation

Raúl María Arol Rosa

Localization Manager

Shingo Hosokawa

Localization General Manager

Kazuhisa Ichigaya

Square Enix, Inc.Edit

Assistant Director of Quality Assurance

David "Ribs" Carrillo

Senior QA Manager

Aaron J. Adams

Senior QA Coordinator

Lila Shin

QA Coordinator

Kythera Contreras

QA Administrator

Keith P. Christensen-Martz

Associate QA Administrator

Louis Sedeno III

QA Team
  • Jameson Marrs
  • Matthew Martinez
Localization & QA Director

Yutaka Sano

Digital Marketing Manager

Issei Shimizu

Marketing Coordinator

Samuel Hsieh

Executive Director

Larry Sparks

Director of Public Relations

David Yang

Public Relations

Emily Shoji

Chief Operating Officer

Mike Sherlock

President & CEO

Phil Rogers

Square Enix Ltd.Edit

Operations Director

Seb Ohsan Berthelsen

Senior Manager - Localization and Project Management

Yuko Tomizawa

Senior Localization Producer

Alex Moresby

Localization Producer

Elisa Giribaldi

QA Manager

André Woitczyk

Localization QA Project Manager

Dario de Desare

Mastering Manager

Jason Walker

Japanese Business Translators
  • Sumiko Okada
  • Gavin Poffley
  • Andii Yamanaka
Senior QA Lead (UK)

Shailesh Iyer

Senior QA Lead (France)

Kevin Balon

Senior QA Lead (Germany)

Hoi-yee Leung

Senior QA Lead (Spain)

Alberto Barajas Aguado

Localization Team
  • Giulia Isnenghi
  • Katharina Klamt
  • Louise Macqueron
  • Raquel Uzal-Gómez
Brand Coordinator

Nicole Jackson

Brand Director

Kathryn Cala

PR Executives
  • Amy Hughes
  • Daniel Seto
Senior PR Manager

Alex Huhtala

Executive Director - SEJ West

Larry Sparks

COO

Mike Sherlock

CEO

Phil Rogers

Special ThanksEdit

  • All Final Fantasy VII Development Staff
  • All Square Enix Staff... and all Fans of Final Fantasy

Other CreditsEdit

Production Executive

Yosuke Matsuda

Executive Producer

Shinji Hashimoto


NotesEdit

  1. Main Character Modeler is placed below Map Plan Co-directors in all English and PC credits. This places three people named Hiroshi consecutively.
  2. Hirokatsu Sasaki's name is romanized as "Hirokatu Sasaki" in the Japanese credits.
  3. Shintaroh Takai's name is romanized as "Shintaro Takai" in the title screen credits.
  4. Hiroyoshi Yamada's name is romanized as "Hiroyosi Yamada" in the Japanese credits and the title screen credits.
  5. Hidetoshi Omori's name is romanized as "Hidetosi Omori" in the Japanese credits and the title screen credits.
  6. Matsumura Yasushi's name is romanized surname first ("Yasushi Matsumura") in the title screen credits.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Fuseya Kazumasa-kun and Matsumura Yasushi-kun are debug enemies in the two Japanese PlayStation versions of the game.
  8. Kenzi Nagashima's name is romanized as "Kenji Nagashima" in the title screen credits.
  9. Toshio Kurihara's name is erroneously written "Toshoi Kurihara" in the PC credits.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Takaharu Matsuo is credited as a Background Designer and Battle Stage Designer in both Japanese credits. He was replaced by Masahide Tanaka as a Battle Stage Designer in the North American and PC credits. He was re-added as a Battle Stage Designer but removed as a Background Designer in the European credits.
  11. Masahide Tanaka is only included in the English and PC credits.
  12. Monster Designers is placed above Battle Stage Designers in all English and PC credits.
  13. Kentarow Yasui's name is romanized surname first ("Yasui Kentarow") in the Japanese credits.
  14. Shinichi Aoyama's name is erroneously written "Sinichi Aoyama" in the PC credits.
  15. The World Map Section has the roles ordered Planner > Programmer > Graphic Designer > Effect Designer in all English and PC credits.
  16. Banpresto is translated as "Banprest" in all versions.
  17. Hiroyuki Hamada's name is erroneously written "Hiroyuki Ihamada" in the PC credits.
  18. Makoto Yagashita's name is erroneously written "Makato Yagishita" in the PC credits.
  19. 19.0 19.1 Kazuhiko Torishima, Toshimasa Takahashi, Hideo Yoshikura, and Yuu Kondoh under Square's Special Thanks credits are erroneously moved to Monster Modeling in the North American and PC credits.
  20. 20.0 20.1 The Soprano for "The Creation" was originally listed in the Japanese original credits as Matsue Fukushima, and the North American and PC credits copy this. The International Japanese version changes the credit to Minae Fujisaki, and the European version copies this. It is possible two different recordings are used, but more likely Minae Fujisaki is the actual soprano.
  21. Daisuke Hara is listed as a second Soprano in the PC credits while there is no Tenor credit. This is likely a result of the Tenor header being accidentally omitted.
  22. 22.0 22.1 Miki Saitoh and Sigeko Sogame are erroneously omitted in the PC credits.
  23. Sugitani Yasuhiro's name is erroneously written "Yashiro Sugitani" in the PC credits.
  24. Akihiro Tsuchiya's name is erroneously written "Akihiro Ige" in the PC credits.
  25. In the name "Okayama Yousuke", "Okayama" is the surname.
  26. Hiromi Kariya's name is erroneously written "Hiromi Karita" in the PC credits.
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 Shinsaku Kozuma, Yasuyuki Noda, and Yusuke Yamamo under Studio Gazelle credits are erroneously moved to Square's Special Thanks in the North American and PC credits.
  28. Yusuke Yamamo's name is erroneously written "Yusuke Yomano" in the PC credits.
  29. Quality Assurance is placed below Square's Special Thanks in the North American and PC credits.
  30. 30.0 30.1 "Sound Engineer for Additional Movie" and "Recording Engineer for Additional Movie" are credits added to the Japanese International and all English credits, and regard the extended Weapon scene at the North Crater.
  31. Toshimasa Takahashi's name is erroneously written "Toshimasa Takahasi" in the PC credits.
  32. Makoto Tanaka's name is erroneously writteyuun "Makato Tanaka" in the PC credits.
  33. Aiko Ito is only included in Square's Special Thanks section in the European credits.
  34. Kiyotaka Sousui's name is erroneously written "Kiyotaka Sousi" in the PC credits.
  35. Executive Producers is the first credit in the PC credits.

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