Quest Corporation

Quest Corporation
Native name
株式会社クエスト
Romanized name
Kabushiki gaisha Kuesuto
Formerly
Bothtec
Division
Industry Video games industry
Fate Dissolved into Square Enix
Founded July 1988 (1988-07)
Defunct April 1, 2003 (2003-04-01)
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Products Ogre Battle series
Parent Square (2002)
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Quest Corporation (株式会社クエスト, Kabushiki gaisha Kuesuto) was a Japanese video game company founded in 1988. They were originally known as Bothtec, which had developed The Scheme, a Metroidvania-style open world action role-playing game featuring music by Yuzo Koshiro, that same year.[1] Quest is best known for its critically acclaimed tactical role-playing game series Ogre Battle.

In 1995, key members Yasumi Matsuno, Hiroshi Minagawa, and Akihiko Yoshida left Quest to join Square,[2] where they developed Final Fantasy Tactics and Vagrant Story, and have worked on Final Fantasy XII as part of Square Enix. In 2002, Quest was purchased by Square;[2] and the acquisition reunited some of Quest's developers with their former colleagues. These former Quest staff continued to work on the Final Fantasy Tactics sequels Final Fantasy Tactics Advance and Final Fantasy Tactics A2, while the Ogre Saga creator Yasumi Matsuno left the company in 2005. Matsuno later reunited with his former team to help design and direct the PSP remake of Tactics Ogre on a freelance basis.

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References

  1. ^ Kurt Kalata. "The Scheme". Hardcore Gaming 101. Retrieved 2011-03-18. Released in 1988 for the PC-88 by a company called Bothtec (which would later become the studio known as Quest, who eventually went on to create Ogre Battle), The Scheme is a side-scrolling action-RPG vaguely similar to Castlevania II: Simon's Quest and Metroid.
  2. ^ a b IGN Staff (19 June 2002). "Square Completes Acquisition of Quest". www.ign.com. Archived from the original on 8 May 2006. Retrieved 2006-05-20.

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