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Submitted by Abriael 324d ago | interview

Final Fantasy XIV’s Naoki Yoshida Interview: Expansion, Xbox One Version, DirectX 11 Client and More

When you think about Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, especially if you are a veteran of the game, it’s difficult not to think about Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida. His leadership contributed to creating one of the most epic success stories of the history of the MMORPG genre, with a completely failed game reborn into one of the leaders on the market, and his regular appearances in the Letter from the Prododucer Live broadcasts made him definitely popular between the fans of Square Enix’s MMORPG. (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Naoki Yoshida, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One)

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FarEastOrient  +   323d ago
The only way FFXIV is coming to Xbox One if by miracle Microsoft changes their policy and lets the gamer play with the Playstation and PC community at the same time. Also letting you console have keyboard and mouse support helps too.

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