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Submitted by tiffac008 1309d ago | news

Final Fantasy Type-0 Director’s Thoughts On The Next "Type Series" Title

Final Fantasy Type-0 has been out in Japan for a few weeks and director Hajime Tabata mentioned to Famitsu he’s thinking about the next game in the Type series. Tabata tells the magazine nothing has been finalized, but he believes Square Enix’s plan is to create a follow up to Final Fantasy Type-0. (Final Fantasy Type-0, Hajime Tabata, PSP)

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jacksonmichael  +   1310d ago
Haha, I would love a Type-1. And on a related note, a Versus XIV would be pretty cool, too.

Oh, and I forgot to mention... I don't know why they went with these titles. They don't lend themselves to sequels whatsoever.
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Eamon  +   1309d ago
Versus XIV? lolwut?
iamtehpwn  +   1306d ago
I think he means Versus XIII-2. LOL or Final Fantasy Versus 2.
Ddouble  +   1309d ago
Type-1 for the Vita. Yes please.

I don't mind they begin development of that straight away.

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