Finally traditional world map and air ship is coming back on Final Fantasy Type-0. The picture above sure brings up lot of nostalgia for FF fans.
I can't wait
You know what? That looks a lot like the world map methods used for - freakin FFVII and VIII! Sorry, but I suddenly feel the need to kick an exec from, any exec though Wada would do in a pinch - in the freakin nuts. Just something about seeing old established FF game mechanics being used that pisses me off.
Could be pretty cool.
Looks like their recent money woes have forced them to do something horrible: release a FF game that people might actually want to play. Complete with mechanics and settings that people actually recognize. All it lacks is random battles and ATB. If the story is in any way decent, this would be a more definitive FF game for this gen than XIII was.
This game has been in development since before they had money problems and in the video posted in another article, there were random battles. I do agree on it looking beter than XIII. i like XIII but this blows it away from what I've seen so far.
This my most hyped game right next to Uncharted 3. Sadly it's going to come next year for the U.S.
Its a little too late to redeem yourself square. Ever since i watched the intro to FFX2, i`ve stopped buying any final fantasy games.
FFVII Remake on the NGP seems like a possibilities that SE are hinting with Type-0.
Has SE finally gotten their heads screwed back on right, and understood what the fans want? sure looks like it. This game will make me buy a PSP, that's for sure.
well all the traditional feel of FF went to Mistwalker already, while SE trying to westernize their games. If u want traditional JRPG, go with Mistwalker (especially Lost Odyssey, it has world map, airship, and really great story, superb written story for character development, and great refreshing and wise characters, unlike the usual teenager crap that don't know what they are doing).
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