Famitsu recently did an interview with Final Fantasy XI Producer Akihiko Matsui and Director Yoji Fujito where they discussed the future of the MMO that is currently celebrating its 17th anniversary. The original interview can be read here.
Yoshida sat down with members of the press during the the Tokyo Fan Fest and answered questions about Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers and the announcements made during the Keynote. The original interview can be read here.
Final Fantasy XIV Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida has done another Yoshi-P walk. This time he took his stroll on Masamune. As before, he answered questions that asked about the current state and the future of the game. To view the original Japanese blog, click here.
Recently, Yoshida conducted his “Yoshi-P Walk” on the Aegis server, during which players asked him some questions regarding the current state and the future of the game. We’ve translated the list of questions that were originally posted here. Please note that the answers in this article are direct translations, which are unchanged by the original
These are unofficial and not endorsed by Square Enix. As such, due to the nature of live translating, there may be some mistakes here and there. Be sure to cross reference with the official translation later. Live Letter has begun! Sounds like Yoshi-P has a bit of a cough. He and Foxclon thank everyone
During the Tokyo Fan Festival, Naoki Yoshida and Kenji Sudo talked about some of the FFXIV battle content during the developer’s panel. They mainly talked about the Binding Coil of Bahamut, Alexander, and Titan. The panel started by Kenji Sudo introducing himself to the audience. Kenji Sudo used to work on games such as Last
With the recent North American Fan Festival, Final Fantasy XIV’s second expansion pack was announced, and I think that many players are aware of the information that was announced during the Fan Festival. However, on the same day, Yoshi-P was interviewed by Famitsu and the interview was published a couple of weeks after the North