The studio is called Luminous Productions. It will be headed up by Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy 15. According to Square Enix, it will primarily develop AAA games as well as new and unique entertainment experiences.
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At E3 earlier this year, I asked Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata if he was worried that Square Enix had showed too much of the game. There had been two different demos and tons of footage, I pointed out, which was leading fans to worry that there were few surprises left.
Final Fantasy XV won't be out for another week, but video game stores across the world are selling copies to anyone who asks. In other words, it's time to watch out for spoilers.
Do you have it? According to Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata, "lots" of fans do. From the sound of it, some people at Square Enix have been infected, too.
Last week, Square Enix showed it was throwing all it had behind Final Fantasy XV. This is a big game and has the anime and live-action spin-off to prove it. While Square Enix might seem like it's back on sure Final Fantasy footing, it was only a few years ago things seemed anything but.
As far as we currently know, the combat in Final Fantasy XV is going to be your basic action RPG format with single button presses for attacks. So how is the magic going to work then? While he wouldn't offer specifics, director Hajime Tabata did reveal some interesting aspects of the combat mechanics in his game.
Not only did Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata unveil the latest game trailer chock full of new info today, but he was kind enough to address much of the new information contained within.