Discussion in 'General Gaming Discussion' started by Crystal Power, Jan 28, 2015.
It better be a Chrono Sequal
I wouldn't get my hopes up for that.
Are we already sure this is going to be a game developed by Square Enix japan ?
btw. it's interesting that the Twitter page links to this guy
He's a singer/songwriter for anime.
Not a new IP apparently. https://twitter.com/sqex_msz/status/561344484407922688
What are they saying?
..................................................................... Musashi, perhaps?
Also, for those who are planning to see the reveal, it will commence in just under an hour.
It will be livestreamed via Nico Nico:
The disappointment, it hurts...
I just couldn't help but lol *le sigh*
And there's the catch!
Square Enix Logic
Final Fantasy Mevius = Mobile
This Code Z game = PS4
It should be the other way around to be honest, Still don't understand why FF Mevius is not on consoles...
They aren't developing this Code Z game.
To eventually move mainline Final Fantasy titles to mobile devices of course!
Mevius sounds like an experiment to see if mobile gamers would be interested in a home console Final Fantasy experience.
It's the beginning of the end!
I honestly would not be surprised if this did happen.
This is why people's expectations of any Square-Enix announcement via initial teasers should be so low that they burrow into the core of the earth.
Still, let's be fair on the game creators. It looks cute. Just unfortunate that this is free-to-play, which more or less means progress can be inhibited and drastically slowed in favour of taking out your wallet.
Based on the teaser images, who on earth expected a big budget game, anyway?
I expected a game I could buy on the PS Store.
At least it seens to be funny
Square never disappoints, lol.
Thats because you should never overexpecte about a games that nothing is known.
We've got another new tease now! http://jp.square-enix.com/unknown/
This is being shown at another Japanese expo on Feb 14th. It's an arcade game. What could it be?
I have no idea.
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