Square Enix's current president, Yoichi Wada, has released an annual report that describes future plans of new and old franchises.
Wada says that the company is working on titles that belong to successful franchises such as Kingdom Hearts and Full Metal Alchemist, while working on new ideas and projects such as Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Young King and the Promised Land for the Wii Ware service and The Last Remnant for the Sony PlayStation 3 and Microsoft's Xbox 360.
In his report Wada says that Square Enix only releases a product once everyone are satisfied with it, as the company will never release a product of low quality. "We will never lower a franchise's reputation", Wada adds.
In order to prevent hurting the hardcore fans (fan-base) of a certain franchise, Wada says, Square Enix will not do any drastic changes. "Take the example of a 10 million fan-base. If we attempt to enlarge it to 100 million by changing many things, we might hurt the fan-base. There's just no sense to hurt the true fans just to please everyone else", Wada adds.