The author was invited for a special post-Tokyo Game Show meeting with Hajime Tabata of Square Enix. Tabata discussed things like lack of a Vita release and length of Final Fantasy XV demo.
So hype. Hopefully FFXV comes out within or before holiday 2015.
I'm hoping for the same but I think it will be mid or end of 2016. No harm in wishful thinking though.
I just read that this game is only 50-60% done. I am pissed man, fuckin square enix man. This is seriously ridiculous
@WombBat Well the game that it is today has only been underdevelopment for 2 years.
i am hoping too, but i am predicting Q1 2016
Sometimes I hate having a life, the great games are hitting hard and fast! Why do I have to have responsibilities!?
yep, when you were young you had all the time in the world, but no resources to get all of the games you want. Now you have the resources, but no time to complete and play the games you buy.
I'm pretty sure that Mr. Tabata hasn't revealed the release date. As expected, we'll have to wait until E3 2020 for the next infos about this game.. It's been a long time coming.
Tabata is in charge now, not Nomura. The difference between the two is that Tabata's games actually get released.
Can't wait for this game!!
In a way I don't mind that it's taking so long. By the time this is released I'll have finally saved up enough to buy a PS4.
Had a chance to speak with him at PAX Prime 2014 and he was really friendly!
I am worried about the change of director. Articles are appearing about changes to the game which I don't really like. I wish Nomura stayed until the end... My anticipation officially dropped by 50%
Hm, I don't know if they're changes so much as "Now we're being told the things that have been going on for the last 8 years." The game was revealed in 2006, keep in mind. We've honestly not known very much at all about it.
Nope. Nomura had a clear vision of the game and we did know a few things that were going on. KH battle system, switching between characters, enemy weaknesses which needed using certain characters to exploit them. And that whole concept's in the trash now. I wouldn't have the problem if this is what was indeed going on in the last 8 years. But we have been promised one thing, and now they are forcing something else on us, to make the game "more causal" (i.e. dumb it down for a broader market)
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