Square Enix working with Wild Arms developer on iPhone RPG

Pocket Gamer has discovered an announcement on Media Vision's website that calls for new applicants to help develop the company's next game -- a collaboration with Square Enix on an all-new RPG for the iPhone. Media Vision is best known as the developer of the seven Wild Arms games, and has collaborated with Square Enix once before, for a Japan-only release called Heavy Metal Thunder.

As neither company has made a public statement in the US about the game, details are still sparse on the project, though the image accompanying the announcement on Media Vision's website indicates the game will be due in 2010 and star a male and female protagonist. We've sent word to Square Enix representatives to find out more about the game -- most importantly, whether it will be coming out in the US.

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