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Youichi Wada gives a little more insight into Final Fantasy XII and Dragon Quest VIII

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Youichi Wada, president of Square Enix, recently commented on the development of FFXII. He talked about how the development team had grown tired of the typical RPG formula of walking around, watching events, and dungeon crawls filled with random battles and item collecting. The development team headed up by Yasumi Matsuno, is trying for a more interactive experience this time around, and plans to use it with other FF titles in the future. Mr. Wada also remarked on the status of Dragon Quest VIII, stating that it is now playable and unlike the FF series, the Dragon Quest games are going to see less change, focusing more on retaining the traditional feel of the series.

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Now, if only they'd do that with the Final Fantasy series... The seeing less change part... Well, I guess I shouldn't complain too much, you guys seemed to enjoy FFX-2, and I like FF:CC... So, change is good? ((But where the hell are my Chocobo's in FF:CC?!?!?!?!))
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Of course change is good.

Would you rather see the same game re-told thirty times?
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i especially like the ''...and plans to use it with other FF titles in the future.'' quote.
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i need ffxii dirt
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