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Basically, I was responsible for the backgrounds, the hero and enemies for the action part. Beyond that, I did also images for the Cinema Display. Those were all pixel graphics. Furthermore, I drew the images for the enemy introductions in the manual. Since my drawings hold some peculiarities, I think people who know (my style) might recognize it there.
If you've been paying attention to the industry this last week, you'll have noticed the announcements regarding Xenosaga Episode II and Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean from Namco. Now it would seem that Masato Kato, the scenario designer and story planner for Chrono Cross and Chrono Trigger respectively, and therefore the actual mastermind behind the story, is doing the scenario for Baten Kaitos, indicating that he presumably wouldn't be involved too closely with any major projects at Square Enix. So much for that one, then?1