Square Enix’s Parking Lot Faithfully Recreated With Luminous Studio

By Spencer . October 29, 2012 . 7:13pm

Square Enix held another demonstration of Luminous Studio, their next generation video game engine, which Famitsu attended. Agni’s Philosophy is a real time demo and during the presentation Yoshihisa Hashimoto changed the camera angle to reveal a few secrets. Remember the scene where a Hyena-like monster attacks Agni? Agni actually fights back by throwing punches at the monster. During the dragon scene, you can actually see the whole dragon rise behind Agni if you zoom out.

 

 

Before Square Enix made Agni’s Philosophy, they rendered their underground parking lot with Luminous Studio. Here’s Yoshihisa Hashimoto doing a fly through video showing the gates and fire alarm.

 


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  • CirnoLakes

    Enjoy waiting for the PlayStation 5 to put it to use, Square.

    Or you know, make games for the PC until that happens. Because all of those folks who like Japanese games in both Japan and the West have to have something to do with the gaming PCs that they bought to play Final Fantasy XIV, other than just play Final Fantasy XIV.

    • SolidusSnake

      People bought gaming PCs to play FFXIV? O_O

      • CirnoLakes

         Well of course. In fact it was a pretty big seller of gaming PCs in Japan back in its launch.

        You have to have a gaming PC to play Final Fantasy XIV. It’s one of the most demanding PC games ever created. And many people in Japan and the West, didn’t have such PCs. Final Fantasy XIV was a hotly anticipated sequel of sorts to Final Fantasy XI(at the very least a “spiritual sequel”), so a lot of people invested in new PCs and PC upgrades in order to play it.

        It’s surprising that you’re surprised by this fact. Why? Just because the launch of Final Fantasy XIV turned out to be disappointing? People didn’t know that before it was launched. Final Fantasy, being essentially a spiritual sequel to Final Fantasy XI, was a big enough event to make many jRPG fans interested in investing into the PC platform again.

        And it’s a good thing for the existence of A Realm Reborn and the fact that Square is intent on making Final Fantasy XIV a remarkably great MMORPG no matter time and cost. Worthy of all the money fans paid investing into gaming PCs to play it. Because Square Enix owes people a couple of good PC games to make their PC gaming hardware investment worth it. In fact I think that explains a lot of the timing of the re-release of Final Fantasy VII for PC being just recently. Square knows that a lot of Final Fantasy players now own gaming PCs, because Square Enix basically created them with Final Fantasy XIV. And the re-release of Final Fantasy VII for PC seems like an effort in keeping them interested in Square Enix products for the PC.

        Again, is it really any surprise that for Japanese gamers and Western jRPG, players who often focus on spending money on console hardware for jRPGs and Japanese games, would have built gaming PCs or upgraded their PC for the first Final Fantasy Online game since 2003?

        • Juan Andrés Valencia

           FFXIV wasn’t that demanding, it was poorly optimized.

          • drproton

             That’s why it was demanding.

          • Juan Andrés Valencia

             True but it wasn’t even that pretty. Sure… the art style was amazing but it wasn’t worthy of running more poorly than fricking Age Of Conan (And in the case of that game it’s a technical and artistical achievement). A Realm Reborn looks absolutely stunning though.

        • revenent hell

           I remember that time vivedly because I wanted the game so badly but my home computer is no where near game friendly so I decided to wait for the PS3 version of the game since they did state there would be a ps3 version at the time just released much later(ha and ha)..
           I buy systems simply when I have no other choice but to do so, hell I bought the 3DS for KHDDD alone and chances are if people upgrade or go buy a new PC or system for “that one game” chances are they will have more than that one game for it at the end of the day.
          Its comical to think someone would sit arround with a gaming PC and not use it simply because the game they bought it/upgraded it for was a flop. It happens. Its the price we pay for being gamers and wanting to play a game.
          Thats like me crying and complaining about buying a console and the game I bought it for being crappy. I bought the Wii for Xenoblade and was not as pleased with aspects of the game as I thought I would be but that currently is not the only game I have for it even if that was the game that made me buy the system.
          From what I gather PC gaming is not a hit in Japan so it wouldnt surprise me to find some people went out to get gaming PC’s but at the same time I doubt it was all that many since they did say at the same time a PS3 version would be released shortly afterward. Im sure if people didnt want the PC for gaming they would have waited for the PS3 version since chances are they had one or the other already.

        • Scrooge_McDuck

          I even find the notion of “buying a console, then doesn’t have anything to play on it than that one game” mind-boggling. You could buy at least two separate consoles for the price of a gaming PC. So yes, yes, it’s really any surprise, at least to me.

          • CirnoLakes

            Yes and no. Mostly no. To play Final Fantasy XIV before A Realm Reborn, you needed a gaming PC. And for a gaming PC capable of playing Final Fantasy XIV then, you needed a computer costing around, I dunno, $599 US dollars? Ring a bell? That’s the original price of the PlayStation 3.

            And that’s for a gaming PC capable of running Final Fantasy XIV. I built an extra home theater/gaming PC for around $250 dollars that plays pretty much all of the normal PC games better than the PlayStation 3. For one game, yes may seem a bit shocking. But a gaming PC period? I built one recently for $250 that is much better than my PlayStation 3… in terms of hardware. In terms of software, I like my PlayStation 3 library much better. My gaming PC has nice hardware and all but it doesn’t have Tales of Graces f.

            It’s a common misconception that gaming PCs are always expensive. When the fact is, even when console hardware is usually sold at a loss, PCs are most of the time cheaper for more powerful hardware than consoles. PCs clearly win the hardware debate with absolutely no contest from consoles. PCs are superior, cheaper hardware, period. It’s the software aspect that I think PCs lose, in my opinion. PCs fail at having a good library of beloved Japanese games thus PC will never be the “PC gaming master race” as some proclaim it.

            Gaming PCs will only cost you so much as two or more consoles if you’re building a gaming PC for ridiculously demanding games like Final Fantasy XIV. Building a gaming PC is actually pretty reasonable price-wise, with the exception of the inferior library of the PC if you like Japanese games. There are several dozen on Steam, but that doesn’t compare to the several hundred on the PlayStation Network.

            This doesn’t pertain to Final Fantasy XIV, because it is a ridiculously demanding game that requires an expensive computer to play well. But I thought I was clear up the misconception that PC gaming is more expensive than console gaming. When if anything, PC gaming is much, much cheaper.

            As for Final Fantasy XIV, it was a pretty big titles. Final Fantasy XI was a game that sucked up hundreds of hours of Japanese people’s time. Considering that people bought a PlayStation 3 in Japan and the West, at its original $599 price tag, largely just in anticipation of Final Fantasy XIII, it isn’t very surprising that there would be people who would be willing to throw down $599 for a gaming PC. MMORPGs are a game designed to soak up hundreds of hours of your time. And for people who built a gaming PC for this game, Final Fantasy XIV promised hundreds more hours in an MMORPG even greater than Final Fantasy XI. People already spend hundreds of dollars in subscription fees on pay to play MMORPGs. So a $599

            Except when you realize that Final Fantasy XIV was a disappointing launch and now you don’t have many good jRPGs to play on your gaming PC other than the incredibly undemanding Ys series you could already play on your old laptop anyway.

            But you know, people thought they were looking at THE GAME that would absorb all of their time for the next few years. So it was worth a few hundred dollars in a gaming PC to them. Also, some people are really hardcore. And some otaku aren’t NEET, but businessmen with a huge disposable income but little time. And will drop inordinate amounts of money on otaku gaming hobbyism. Including new hardware. Especially if it is to play a hot new MMORPG.

    • Solomon_Kano

      Would be nice for PC gamers, but when was the last time Squenix put out anything on PC exclusively? Or, the aforementioned FF XIV aside, even put something on PC before porting it to consoles down the line? That’s just not their MO, and it hasn’t been in the past. I certainly can’t see that changing now.

      Also, though I’m sure your first statement was meant as a joke, it would be pretty crazy for them to design a next-gen engine that was two gens out from being useful. They’ve more sense than that.

      • CirnoLakes

        Things can change.

        Stranger things have certainly happened. And times are different, and Square Enix has a larger PC library than ever before. And they basically blasted open a need for more Square Enix software for the PC by releasing a title you had to play on an extremely high end gaming PC originally just to play the latest Square Enix jRPG. A lot of people spent a lot of money on a PC just to play a jRPG. Square Enix kind of owes them some decent PC software, whether Final Fantasy XIV or something else, to smooth the situation over.

        Because whatever you can say about their history. Or Japan “not liking the PC”, thousands of people in Japan now own gaming PCs thanks to Final Fantasy XIV. A jRPG. And are probably pretty frustrated with not having that many more jRPGs to play other than Ys titles. You can bet those Japanese gamers with gaming PCs do like their gaming PC(or want to like it) and do want more software for it.

        People want an adequate reward for their hardware. Leaving people disappointed in such a massive investment is part of what hurt Square Enix so much when Final Fantasy XIV did so badly. Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIV were both badly received games, but Final Fantasy XIV has the legend of them losing vastly larger quantities of money and the tales of dropping investment. Why? It isn’t because Final Fantasy XIV was a ridiculously worse game than Final Fantasy XIII. In fact I rate the game overall higher than Final Fantasy XIII, if not a massively greater improvement of Final Fantasy XIII. The reason is that Final Fantasy XIV was two massive disappointments in a row, and for PC hardware costing around $599 or more, at a time when the PlayStation 3 has long dropped to far less than that. Yes, the hardware requirements of Final Fantasy XIV is part of why the losses were so deep. How much money people have to invest in gaming hardware to play your game does reflect how high of expectations to meet. And I’m pretty sure for a great many people disappointed in Final Fantasy XIV in Japan disappointed with Final Fantasy XIV, there was probably a resounding, “wait, this wasn’t worth $500 in PC hardware. What the heck do I do with this gaming PC now?”.

        And you can bet if many people bought all of that PC hardware just to play a Square Enix jRPG. They’d be interested in buying other jRPGs that came out for their gaming PCs. Square Enix should capitalize on that market of jRPG players who own gaming PCs thanks to them. And given them a few more they’re sure to eat up. It’s also just good PR to justify the existence of the gaming PCs your fans now have.

        As for the Luminous Engine, it’s looking unlikely that the PlayStation 4 will be able to meet the hardware demands of it. Square Enix themselves said as much.

        • Solomon_Kano

          Things certainly can change, that I don’t doubt. You’re also right in noting the larger Japanese PC audience post-XIV. But looking at how the other large Japanese publishers have responded and SE’s own history, there’s nothing to suggest such a change taking place. I guess that’s a better way to put it.

          Capcom ports their titles to PC more frequently than Square Enix, they even developed a Monster Hunter MMO for it. MH being one of the biggest franchises in Japan, surely that added a few more to the lot of Japanese PC gamers. Why then has Capcom not capitalized on this enlarged PC audience to develop more games? Or Konami? Or Namco? Squenix has had FF XI on PC for years and now they have XIV. Between FF and MH both being on the platform, surely the big publishers would’ve taken note if this increased the PC audience dramatically. But… they haven’t. The most logical reason would be that even this increased audience is negligible to that which they have on consoles — and consoles are the primary, if not the sole focus of Japan’s big publishers.

          Yes, there are more PC gamers that they can sell to now, but the question becomes what reason do they have to do so?

          You have 5 people watch a movie and next week that audience doubles, but another movie had 50 in its first week. Why then would that first audience having doubled matter? Even if the first movie doubled again the following week you still made more more money off of the latter, even if nobody saw it the next week or the week after. I wouldn’t mind seeing SE make more PC games, and it’s certainly not impossible, but there’s no logical reason for them to do so when they’d be catering to a smaller audience.

          As for SE saying PS4 probably won’t be able to run Luminous, I hadn’t heard that. When was that said?

        • saxophone15

          Final Fantasy XIII was not a badly received game (I know you would like to think it was). Final Fantasy XIV was a badly received game, though they have made many changes since launch.

          • CirnoLakes

             Final Fantasy XIII was a horribly received game. A few paid for reviews does not change that fact. Alpha Protocol was an initially high received game. … until the fallout. Now the game, much like Final Fantasy XIII, is a hated game.

            Tell me how many gamers and reviewers respect Final Fantasy XIII anymore.

            That’s right. If you’re being honest you’ll admit, almost no one. I don’t understand how people can tell themselves and other people that Final Fantasy XIII is a respected game and not one that did massive damage for Square Enix as a company.

            The initial sales and reviews of the game do nothing to replace or change the fact Final Fantasy XIII is a badly received game. If anything, it’s worse for Square how much it sold, because millions of people are painfully aware of how much they dislike Final Fantasy XIII now.

          • saxophone15

            I don’t know why you’re going on about respect. People either like a game or they don’t. There are a lot of people who don’t like FFXIII, but there are also a lot of people who do like it. Looking at the critic reviews for Alpha Protocol on metacritic shows mostly mixed reviews. Compare it to FFXIII and you will see a big difference…but I guess it wouldn’t matter to you because you probably think any game you didn’t like that gets a good review must be a paid review.

            Square Enix might have lost some of the fans who like heavy customization and exploration, but they have also gained new fans who are perfectly happy with FFXIII.

          • CirnoLakes

             “I don’t know why you’re going on about respect. People either like a
            game or they don’t. There are a lot of people who don’t like FFXIII, but
            there are also a lot of people who do like it.”
            The people who like Final Fantasy XIII are an extreme minority, even within the jRPG fan community.

            I don’t think something is a paid review when it praises a game I don’t like. I think something is a paid review when it goes against what the vastly majority of the gaming community have to say about it. If Superman 64 had a review giving it a good review, I would assume that is a paid review, not because I don’t like the game. But because the vast consensus is that Superman 64 was not a good game. Similarly, the vast consensus has been that Final Fantasy XIII was a just plain bad game.

            As for the number of fans gained and lost, Square may have gained a few thousand fans with Final Fantasy XIII. What it probably lost was over a million fans who became significantly less interested in buying Square Enix products because of that game. And I “go on about respect”, because Final Fantasy XIII has harmed the image of Square Enix. Things aren’t so simple as people liking a game or not. If a company puts out a widely hated game, then the reputation and respect of that company will suffer for it. Which was the case in both Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIV.

            And the people for whom like and respect Final Fantasy XIII, well, they probably make around less than %10 of people remotely interested in Square Enix and its games. And the respect lost is a big deal here, because of how many copies the game sold. Final Fantasy XIII has become a notorious game that many people bought and most hated. That kind of thing does damage to a company. It’s one thing to have a lambasted game, it’s another to have a lambasted game everyone accidentally bought.

          • saxophone15

            “I don’t think something is a paid review when it praises a game I don’t like. I think something is a paid review when it goes against what the vastly majority of the gaming community have to say about it. If Superman 64 had a review giving it a good review, I would assume that is a paid review, not because I don’t like the game. But because the vast consensus is that Superman 64 was not a good game. Similarly, the vast consensus has been that Final Fantasy XIII was a just plain bad game.”
            This implies that critics can’t have a different opinion than the “majority”, which is pretty stupid.

            A lot of people just like to over-react and hold grudges over things when it’s completely unnecessary. The reason I was asking why you were going on about respect is because people don’t normally think about that with their games. How many people do you honestly think that likes a game says to themselves “I respect this game”? I think it is possible for things to be as simple as liking a game or not. It’s stupid to pass up on a game you would have liked, just because you didn’t like a previous game.

            You say FFXIII fans are the extreme minority, but I think that is an exaggeration. There are more fans than you would think. It always baffles me when people who disliked FFXIII wonder why Square Enix are making sequels to it. It’s obviously because there are enough fans willing to buy and play it.

          • CirnoLakes

             “It’s stupid to pass up on a game you would have liked, just because you didn’t like a previous game.”
            Perhaps, but it’s also stupid to hold an overinflated esteem and likelihood to get a game because it’s from a company if they haven’t proved themselves a reliably developer or publisher.

            Square at one point in their history had a semi-deserved loyalty. A kind of hype that sold Final Fantasy XIII just like the E.T. label sold ridiculous numbers of copies of E.T. for the Atari 2600. And yes, I am inferring that Final Fantasy XIII is Square Enix’s Atari 2600 E.T.

            It’s one thing to not buy a good game because of the company. But the hype machine is its own beast and not “stupid”. People don’t have time to check out every game out there, so they go with what they know and trust, or distrust. Respect is something that not only the average gamer holds, but the average consumer holds. Brand loyalty or distrust is a big deal, including in the video game industry. Square Enix had a lot of brand loyalty before the launch of Final Fantasy XIII, and was able to sell a lot of copies of Final Fantasy XIII due to that brand loyalty. And brand loyalty that declined by hundreds of thousands of people after the release of Final Fantasy XIII, that a game wasn’t worth buying just because it had the Final Fantasy label on it. And Final Fantasy went from a quality label, to a bargain bin label.

            And not knowing whether it is worth buying a game just because of its label, is often a deal breaker. It isn’t stupid, it is the reality of people who don’t have the time to go by much else than past experiences. Most people do respect or disrespect games or companies, and most people don’t have that time to keep up with every new game or review for said game. And for many people who don’t have the time and effort to give Final Fantasy a second chance, because all they know is that their last experience changed their high expectations for the brand. To low expectations.

            “There are more fans than you would think.”
            There are fewer fans and more haters than you would think. Final Fantasy XIII has become a notorious game. Much like E.T., Superman 64, Sonic the Hedgehog 2006, and other hated games. And making these sequels is not a smart business decision because they are not doing well even if they are promising to fix gameplay. Square Enix does not always make smart business decisions. In fact Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within nearly sunk the company. And they haven’t taken enough lessons out of that experience as one would hope.

          • saxophone15

            If people have time to play long RPGs then they surely have time to check if a game is worth their purchase. I look at every game on a case by case basis. I don’t care what a company has done in the past. People need to learn to get over things.

          • SirRichard

            “And yes, I am inferring that Final Fantasy XIII is Square Enix’s Atari 2600.”
            It didn’t sink them as a company and they didn’t have so many extra copies made that they had to bury the surplus in a desert, so I’m not entirely sure why you’d think that.

            I haven’t read any other post in this chain, mate, but I’m going to be honest; that post was one of the most myopic and hyperbolic I’ve seen on this site in my time here.

            Yes, their reputation has taken a hit and XIII was certainly a divisive game, but to say people treat it like Sonic 2006 and Superman 64 is simply flat out wrong. The prevailing opinion is that it was mediocre and nothing more, it hardly made the series bargain bin material. It’s clear your dislike has blinded you to the truth, because the XIII pair have sold 9.6 million copies between them (http://www.siliconera.com/2012/07/19/the-final-fantasy-xiii-project-sold-9-6-million-units-so-there-will-be-more-xiii/ ) and XIII-2′s DLC certainly did the rounds. To claim that it’s a stupid business decision on Square’s behalf is to completely ignore the success of these games.

            So you didn’t like XIII or XIII-2. I certainly didn’t, I haven’t played 2 because I disliked XIII so much, but its existence does not render all Square’s other actions moot. You imply they haven’t proved themselves as a worthy publisher or developer, but they just recently put out Bravely Default to high acclaim and over the last few years published Just Cause 2, Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Sleeping Dogs to name a few. They do things other than Final Fantasy, just because the division in charge of that franchise keeps messing up doesn’t mean Square as a whole is terrible.

            Just because you don’t like it doesn’t mean everyone doesn’t like it, mate, and claiming such when everything points to the contrary is simply silly. Much as we hate to see it continue, XIII-3′s happening regardless, and it’s going to sell another few million. There’s plenty of other games to be getting on with, anyway.

        • Lele Mett

          I guess 6 mill copies being sold is “bad”? And the score of 8.9 to 9.5 is bad? The only thing people( and me) really hated about 13 was the fact that it was too too TOO LINEAR! Bad? HA! Selling like 500,000 copies would be bad for an FF game. FF is trying to appeal more to Jrpg players…just look a Versus? Compared to other Japanese games anime looks and chilched plots and chars…FF can’t even be called a JRPG.

          And PC FF? PC games are also big in the west…but I really don’t care for it…

          • CirnoLakes

             It sold a lot of copies because of the name Final Fantasy and hype it had for a long time. The game also caused so much fallout for the company that even all of the promise of non-linearity and “fixing” everything people didn’t like about Final Fantasy XIII wasn’t enough to stop it from selling terribly. Final Fantasy XIII damaged the Final Fantasy name incredibly harshly. And most of the favorable reviews of Final Fantasy XIII were bought and paid for. Almost all reviewers today drag the name of Final Fantasy XIII through the mud and say it is a terrible game.

            And did you seriously just try to put Final Fantasy, in the terrible state is now, above other jRPGs? Final Fantasy XIII is undeniably one of the worst jRPGs and worst Japanese games to be released in recent year. Period. Yeah, I can concede that Final Fantasy XIII might not be a “jRPG”, but only because Final Fantasy XIII isn’t worthy of the title jRPG.

  • imaguni

    Yaaaay, parking lot updates!

  • OatMatadoQuatro

    “Remember the scene where a Hyena-like monster attacks Agni? Agni actually fights back by throwing punches at the monster.”Talking lessons from Chuck Norris or something?

  • Unlimax

    The question is .. Why they didn’t use the engine to make Parasite eve 3 ?

    I imagine how the game looks with this amazing engine ~

    It’s perfectly fit the atmosphere of PE series .

    • imaguni

       For the same reason they let Toriyama handle the storyline. ._.

      • http://www.facebook.com/cbosak1 Christopher A. Bosak

        Toriyama should be demoted back to Event planner like he was during the SQUARESOFT days. He was better as an event planner. 

        • imaguni

           Completely agree.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dylan-Ng/100000854638739 Dylan Ng

      AHEM

      Can PSP handle this?? Or can any platform except from PC handle this engine?

      • Unlimax

        “Parasite Eve” wasn’t a PSP title ( T3B was ) We are talking about the PE Franchise not about The 3rd Birthday Precisely , PE Franchise is possibly to release in any playstation platform same with T3B or T4B or whatever is coming !

        If you think Current gen consoles can’t handle this engine .. then you better think again How Versus used this engine lately on the PS3 !

        • Solomon_Kano

          First, you said PE3. Same name or no, The 3rd Birthday is Parasite Eve 3. The PSP would definitely not have been able to take this. Second, Versus is only using Luminous for lighting as said by Nomura himself, the rest of the game is built on a different engine. This is a next-gen engine.

          • Unlimax

            Please read carefully , I wasn’t even said that the “PSP” himself can handle this Engine you misunderstood me , The next PE  ( or T4B ) is going to be in HD consoles as what Hajime Tabata said , even Nomura confirm that in some interviews so the fate of the game is unknown , maybe they can bring back the name From the same writer so they can make PE3 , or maybe they can move on with the same “birthday” .. Nobody knows !

            I read about the lightning feature in Luminous and i agree with you about that , I already knew that this engine for next-gen , so no need explanation about that please ^_^

            About the game name , it’s a long story !

          • Solomon_Kano

            Ah, you were referring to what’s after T3B. Ok.

  • Bloodios

     CG porn would look great, being powered by this engine.

  • http://www.facebook.com/JaeWhy SasuleUchiha

    Looks more like cutscene generator than game engine. When he placed FFXIV character, I expected him to show the character moving around but nope he just put him there and then put another random dragon on it like sticker. It looks really good but unless they show playable demo (character moving around), it’s cutscene generator for me.

    • Hidayat246

      maybe is just for Luminos Engine promotion marketing

      Remember SE-Epic game agreement for UE 4, i think this engine is not ready 100%

  • Aurizen

    this is what they do with their time, they could have used that time to work on FFX HD.

    • Solomon_Kano

      This parking lot demo has been around for a while, they’re just showing it off some more.

  • http://www.facebook.com/cbosak1 Christopher A. Bosak

    Toriyama must no longer be the Producer of any future FF games. Yoshinori Kitase does a better job at that. Heck the last good game he directed about the rest was FFX and that was when it was SQUARESOFT. 

    Finds time machine goes back to 2001, heads to SQUARESOFT HQ in Tokyo. Uses Geass on the President Yoichi Wada and convinces him to promote Sakaguchi to VP of SQUARESOFT. Continues to use GEASS on all the Squaresoft top Executives and tells them to be more respective of their creative team and do whatever it takes to keep them. Before I head to the present. Tell them always push for Innovation and Creativity, and stop being Greedy Corporate Pigs. 

    • Hidayat246

       use geass for all S.E. top Executives can kill u, bro!!!!!

      write name in death note is more effective

    • http://www.facebook.com/mortero56 Edmundo Romero

      Absolutely agreed with you in everything. We need Kitase, Itou and Hashimoto back to the Square’s lead. Or why not? Crystal Dynamics developing a Final Fantasy game with the Japs? (just like Retro Studios and Nintendo with Metroid Prime series)

  • http://www.facebook.com/cbosak1 Christopher A. Bosak

    Toriyama must no longer be the Producer of any future FF games. Yoshinori Kitase does a better job at that. Heck the last good game he directed about the rest was FFX and that was when it was SQUARESOFT. 

    Finds time machine goes back to 2001, heads to SQUARESOFT HQ in Tokyo. Uses Geass on the President Yoichi Wada and convinces him to promote Sakaguchi to VP of SQUARESOFT. Continues to use GEASS on all the Squaresoft top Executives and tells them to be more respective of their creative team and do whatever it takes to keep them. Before I head to the present. Tell them always push for Innovation and Creativity, and stop being Greedy Corporate Pigs. 

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