During an interview with Dengeki Online this week, Masashi Takahashi - the producer of the upcoming Square Enix title - stated "the product version is the finished product" and no downloadable content was currently planned.
That's fine. The game has 80-100 hours of content, so you're getting plenty of bang for your buck. I hope Square Enix continues with these old school RPGs. Maybe Bravely Third, or even some kind of Final Fantasy spinoff.
Same here. I played the demo and I can't wait to play the hole game. I don't mind if there is no DLC release, 50-60 hours for a game is ok.
They should create a new line of Final Fantasy games that focus on traditional gameplay. Or even bring back Sakaguchi and Nobuo Uematsu (heart and soul of FF 1 - 10) and their development team (Mistwalker). At this point, I don't see why they wouldn't. The games would undoubtedly be phenomenal. I'm hopeful.
would have loved to see this in 4K on PC/XB1X/PS4PRO
Why? Does 4K make the game better?
no but it would look amazing though. Hence why I said said see. Switch fan boys can be such children
Yes I don’t deny that it would look amazing. But Nintendo games have never been about visual. They put gameplay in the forefront. And at this point I’d rather have gameplay and portability more. And why do what I am saying make me a “children” and a “fanboy”?
This game is way better suited for a handheld in my opinion. I think the Switch is where it will shine the most.
Anyone notice how that pic looks a lot like the original Resident Evil mansion?
Well now that you mention it does look like it. Nice observation.
Man, i can't get over the weird ass glowy filter and things fading to black at distances in this game. It bugs me too much.
"not currently planned" and "won't receive" have VERY different meanings.
That's fine. Seems like it has plenty of content to begin with. I think they would be better served working on a sequel anyway since I'm pretty sure this game will sell very well.
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