Wired/GameLife: For the future of Final Fantasy, director Motomu Toriyama is looking to Uncharted 2.
The interactive cinematic scenes in Naughty Dog's critically acclaimed action game seem to have inspired Toriyama to try the same thing in the Final Fantasy games, he said at his Game Developers Conference panel on Friday. "In Final Fantasy XIII, the interactivity was focused on the battle scenes," he said. " I think there will be more interactivity (in future Final Fantasy cut scenes) - if you have 1000 flying dragons, hopping from one dragon to the other would be great fun."
"If you can achieve that compared with Uncharted 2, I think that Final Fantasy is going to replicate the masterpieces of film, and that is certainly one of our goals," he said.