The version of Miitopia that’s available on Nintendo Switch has connections to The Legend of Zelda franchise and characters from Final Fantasy.
Miitopia has finally been ported to the Nintendo Switch, and the new version of the game has connections to both the Final Fantasy and The Legend of Zelda franchises. Miitopia is an RPG that has brought Miis back to Nintendo consoles in a big way.
The gameplay of Miitopia is an extension of the life simulation aspects of Tomodachi Life, where the player creates Miis and gives them character classes so that they can go on adventures. The Mii Maker in Miitopia on Switch has been greatly improved, allowing players to create all kinds of characters and send them on quests. Players can craft Miis based on themselves and their friends, or go searching online for codes, which can then be used to load custom Miis created by other players.
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Miitopia has gained attention online for the incredible fan-made Miis that were developed for the demo of the Switch version of the game. The Nintendo 3DS of Miitopia was developed in-house by Nintendo, while the Switch version was ported by Grezzo. It’s no wonder why the Switch version is getting so much attention, considering the pedigree that Grezzo has brought to the project.
Grezzo’s Connection To Final Fantasy & The Legend Of Zelda
The CEO of Grezzo is Kochi Ishii, who founded the company in 2007. Ishii had a long career working for Square Enix, dating all the way back to the first Final Fantasy game on the Famicom. He worked on the original three Final Fantasy games before moving over to the Mana series, where he directed or produced every entry in the franchise until his departure from the company. Ishii was also the director of Final Fantasy 11. His biggest accomplishment with Square Enix dates back to his earliest days with the company, as he’s credited with creating the Chocobos in Final Fantasy 2 and the Moogles in Final Fantasy 3.
Grezzo has had a close relationship with Nintendo since it was formed, with its first game (Line Attack Heroes) being released for the Wii. The company is closely associated with The Legend of Zelda franchise, as it handled the Nintendo 3DS ports of Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask, the DSiWare version of Four Swords Anniversary Edition, Tri Force Heroes, and the remake of Link’s Awakening. This means the team behind Miitopia has handled some of the best Legend of Zelda games of all time, and is closely linked to some of the most popular aspects of the Final Fantasy series.
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Miitopia is available now for Nintendo Switch.
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