The latest issue of Famitsu delivers yet another hefty serving of Square Enix goodness, this time with news on a number of titles including Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Final Fantasy Versus XIII, and Final Fantasy VII. Details after the link.
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The latest issue of Famitsu delivers yet another hefty serving of Square Enix goodness, this time with some quick updates on several titles: Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Final Fantasy Versus XIII, and Final Fantasy VII.
First up, the skinny on Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is that it’s almost complete. The game is now on its final areas of debugging and will likely meet its release date in Japan on May 30.
The same can’t be said for Final Fantasy Versus XIII. We still don’t have a definite release date, and we don’t know just how much of the game has been completed in development, but at least we know that the designs for the main characters’ clothing is complete. Can’t save the world without the proper wardrobe you know.
As for Final Fantasy VII, it seems that Tetsuya Nomura is considering a compilation series for the franchise. He explains that he believes he’s done all he wants to do for Advent Children, but he already has ideas for the next product in the compilation. I won’t start counting on a Final Fantasy VII remake yet though.