Monday, 15 March 2010

Final Fantasy XIII Developers Interested In Sequel

Final Fantasy XIII developers Yoshinori Kitase and Motomu Toriyama have revealed they'd be well up for making a sequel (FFXIII-2) is the opportunity arose:
“That depends on how well the game sells in the West."

“In the past three years we worked both on the world and on the various systems. Creating these systems isn’t very glamorous and can frankly be a bit boring. If we could do a XIII-2, we could direct all our attention to the story and refine what we have already built.”
In regards to Final Fantasy XV, neither could confirm if this was definitely coming, with sales of Final Fantasy XIII playing an important role:
“We do not know if there will be a XV. This depends a lot on the success of XIII. Also, it is difficult to pinpoint elements that are typical Final Fantasy."

“They are mostly invisible: part of the DNA of the game, that everyone recognizes as typical Final Fantasy. But if there is a XV, I hope the way we wrote our characters carries over. We strived to create believable people of flesh and blood. They are not robots. And they are not super heroes. I hope this humanity is something we will see again.”

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