Has square-Enix blundered?

#21TriangleHardPosted 9/1/2010 10:40:00 AM
Yasumi Masuno is in charge.

As long as he gets his freedom to make the game, I don't care what they change.
#22W_Mark_Felt_SrPosted 9/1/2010 11:06:03 AM
Actually, Minagawa is the one in charge.

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#23DejanjiPosted 9/1/2010 7:52:44 PM
I honestly am glad for the changes.

While I love the original, I've played both it and the port so many times that unless there was something actually new in this one I'd probably just ignore it completely.

Just be glad they're finally doing SOMETHING with the franchise. Cross your fingers for it to do well and maybe they won't let it fester and die.

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#24W_Mark_Felt_SrPosted 9/2/2010 1:59:28 AM
SE never considered the Ogre Battle series dead. It's just that Matsuno got sidetracked because of the whole FF12 project. FF12 was originally meant to be released in 2003, but was eventually released in 2006. If it hadn't been delayed so many times I'm sure we would already have a few new Ogre Battle games by now.
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#25RashidiPosted 9/2/2010 1:27:23 PM
Matsuno also left the company towards the end of production.

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