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Tetsuya Takahashi was a graphics designer, first at Nihon Falcom where he worked on the role-playing game Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes, and then at Square Soft, where he worked on a number of Final Fantasy titles including Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI; he also worked on the Front Mission and Chrono series.
He was the director and scenario writer of the highly acclaimed classic Xenogears. He left Square after the company refused to work with him on the continuation of the series. He then partnered with Namco and began working on a new series set in the Xenogears universe.
After leaving Square, he started Monolith Software Inc. and worked on the Xenosaga Project. Six episodes were planned in the series but only three were made.
Soma Bringer, Xenoblade Chronicles, Project "X"
In 2007, Monolith Software was acquired by Nintendo. Since then Takahashi has produced a Diablo-esque action RPG called Soma Bringer on the DS.
He later earned considerable acclaim for directing and writing the Wii role-playing game Xenoblade Chronicles, an open world title that is widely considered one of the best role-playing games of its generation.
His next project is known as "X" and will be released for the Wii U. Its early trailer has impressed many spectators and it is now one of the most anticipated titles for the Wii U.