Trailer For Final Fantasy Creator’s New Wii Action RPG

Nerd Reactor: The Last Story is the name of this game, and it will be released for the Wii this fall in Japan; hopefully we can see it stateside next year. It’s been teased about earlier this year with concept artwork. The game has great graphics, and appears to be more of an action game. The characters are able to use cover, and in one part, a character walking backwards flips over an object, so interaction with the environments looks to be a key point of the gameplay. I also like that the character design looks good, and not over-done like Tidus from Final Fantasy 11 (no excessive belts, jackets, trinkets etc.). Look forward to this game, because the design team Mistwalker seems to have done a phenomenal job on this one.

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N4g_null3084d ago

It's gears of war as a final fantasy RPG WOW just WOW!

Oh man this is looking good. Why can't square do stuff like this?! WOW

I can not wait to play this. I mean really xenoblade and sin and punishment wow too many good games and more still to come! I mean we got monster hunter already and red steel 2.

I mean it even plays like monster hunter a little also. It reminds me of a next gen secret of mana also. Looking really really good so far, so much game play here that looks fun.

Gr813084d ago

Been Excited for an RPG since Mario RPG Legend of The Seven Stars lol. But this Trailer looked fantastic, the gameplay looks varied and look, there's actually POPULATED towns LoL.

Definitely on the Radar.

Fierce Musashi3084d ago

The hell? I totally wasn't expecting this.

This had better get to the states.

Sigh3084d ago

gameplay looks different, was expecting it to be traditional but good to see otherwise. Can't wait.

DigitalAnalog3084d ago

The ONLY other "gem" in Square-Enix (that has now left). You can see his brilliant genius in this game.

Damn, the Wii is on a roll here.

-End statement

fatstarr3083d ago

I dont know which one i want more this or xenoblades...

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