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Final Fantasy XV Director:"Together With Our Beloved PlayStation I Hope We Can Pursue a Future Game"

Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata talks about the game, its reception and the continued support from the team, and future games.

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FallenAngel198417d ago ShowReplies(6)
AizenSosuke16d ago

Playstation is getting everything while Xbox is getting the leftovers

LP-Eleven16d ago

Where did he signify happiness in the slightest? He made a valid point, and it's for obvious reasons. PlayStation is BIG in Japan, where this sort of game is big. Of course Xbox won't excel there and that's why it won't receive the kind of love from Japanese devs that PlayStation will.

bluefox75516d ago (Edited 16d ago )

It doesn't make me happy, but it seems to be consistent with the direction that MS wants to take, so how can anyone really complain? If Xbox owners are happy without exclusives, which they seem to be as they're constantly saying stuff like: "Nobody buys exclusives!", and MS doesn't care about exclusives (which also seems to be the case), then everyone is getting what they want, right?

OMGitzThatGuy16d ago

this has nothing to do with exclusives, he was at a playstation awards show so of course he would only mention PS.

Born2Game8315d ago (Edited 15d ago )

How? apart from FFVII Remake (which is pretty big deal). Xbox has FFXV and KH3. And KH3 will probably run and look best on Xbox One X.

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GamesMaster198215d ago

Still no point Kingdom Hearts 3 even been on the Xbox as 1 or 2 have never been it's stupid and pointless.

butchertroll15d ago

And it will sell the worst on Xbox.

The_Kills16d ago

Me solely, I hope you will get to finishing the FF7 remake.

This dude know that sentence he just said made almost very little sense?

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PhoenixUp16d ago ShowReplies(3)
bluefox75516d ago

Great news. Exclusives are the entire reason I own a PS4, and they just keep coming.

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