Discussion in 'Final Fantasy Discussion' started by Wazi the pa, Jun 15, 2015.
Wazi, you can change the thread name now. It's happening. It's real.
Well, KH3 is being handled by the Osaka studio and not Tokyo. It has its own team.
It shouldn't. FFXV is first priority. FFVII from the sounds of it just started. As for Tai Yasue... Pretty much. Osaka team was built to handle KHIII without Nomura's heavy involvement.
Website up http://www.jp.square-enix.com/ffvii_remake/
More info this winter.
Point being, Nomura dropped out of XV to shift his attention solely on KH3. The game must be far in development if he's feeling confident enough to do this.
Or he was never pulled to really work hard on KHIII to begin with?
Can't believe they actually went and finally did it. I have so many questions now. It's going to be interesting to see what kind of choices they make when going about rebuilding a modern day FFVII.
That narrator was laying it on thick.
I cannot believe it, this is all to surreal. Not to metion, Nomura is directing! I guess this was the reason behind him departing from XV, while not being active on KHIII.
Midgar looks so grand, filthy, and beautiful, just like it ought to be. The atmosphere is pretty amazing. Very curious in seeing what direction the gameplay will go.
Also, Roberto Ferrari seems to be becoming a premier artist at SE. Side by side with Nomura on big projects.
Nomura's more the creative visionary. Yasue and Nishi are the ones doing the heavy lifting.
Avatar's mine, suckers!
So this can put to rest those doubts about Nomura's animosity towards Square-Enix regarding his director status on XV. He likely had a choice between this and XV. Pretty sure he chose the remake in a heartbeat.
Aya (technically Eve) Brea makes a cameo!
This stil makes more questions, because i remember (i could be wrong) Nomura saying that he doesn't like taking the directorial role in a game.
Also this confirms that Nomura can work as a director in a future FF.
Nomura would make an exception for VII. It's a franchise that's close to his heart since he worked on the original and the compilation. Square-Enix couldn't have picked anyone better for the job from their current pool of selections.
I stopped breathing for at least 3 seconds after seeing the "Final Fantasy VII Remake". It's unreal!
It's done. It's happened. CELEBRATE.
And this now confirms that we will not see anything new in FF for even more time.
Toriyama's title perhaps.
Could this be a hint towards a new Parasite Eve installment??
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