I’m not enough for the completely dreamy Final Fantasy 14 now, and obviously neither can the people who originally created the entire series.
Hironobu Sakaguchi He has been recording his journey on MMO extensively on Twitter, and sorting out his timeline is a pleasure. The father of Final Fantasy took over the game at the end of September and created a cute Rafael Paladin.
Since then, he has been living a difficult life and somehow managed to complete the entire base game and the first two expansions in one month. His tweets show that he has also been watching every cutscenes, and what is even more surprising is that he can complete it so quickly. This may be partly because he was playing games all night, Reply to tweet FF14 is “the type of game I skipped sleep and continued to play”.
Immediately at the beginning and end of year 7. I am very touched, this is the same chocobo carriage. # FF14 #FFXIV pic.twitter.com/JFrGGEZR3wOctober 12, 2021
Final Fantasy 14 also has quite a few references to earlier games in the series, and Sakaguchi especially recalls references to Final Fantasy 3. “A crystal tower full of nostalgia,” he Tweet Refer to the game’s crystal tower raid. “Among them, for some reason, this (Amon?) is the best. Perhaps it is because I strongly remember Mr. Amano’s illustrations.” Sakaguchi even had time to meet with Yasumi Matsuno, another former Square Enix developer, to jointly run the dungeon. .Two obviously catch up During the Zoom call, Matsuno helped Sakaguchi navigate the game’s user interface, and at the same time Help him Heal through some content.
Sakaguchi is now on Shadowbringers and is currently the latest expansion of the game. With less than a month to go to Endwalker, he is likely to finish the work in time from the first day. Sakaguchi hasn’t joined Square since 2003, so it’s lovely to see him find so much fun in a game that technically wouldn’t exist without him. I also think this proves how great Final Fantasy 14 is-as the number of players soars, the game now feels more powerful than ever.