Square Enix On FFXV: Camera, AI, Cindy's Not "Too Sexy"
Square Enix isn't afraid to respond to questions and concerns regarding Final Fantasy XV.
During the latest Active Time Report, FFXV director Hajime Tabata and marketing manager Akio Ofuji first confirmed that the anticipated RPG would skip E3. But they also addressed each of the top 15 complaints logged after players sampled the demo.
You can see each of the responses at Eurogamer; of particular interest are the numerous complaints involving the camera. In response to this, Tabata simply said: "We'll make sure the camera is smoother. Simple as that." The dipping frame-rate was another major concern and Square Enix is treating it as a "high-priority" issue, so that's good news. And they'll work on the AI as well.
Then came the "Cindy is too sexy" comment, which Tabata answered as follows:
"She's actually not meant to be an erotic character. Her character is very energetic and outgoing, a very active character. With those traits paired with her appearance, we feel it wouldn't be too problematic even if, say, she shows up on screen while your parents are in the living room."
He added that Cindy is a "very cheerful and active character" and they probably don't want to change the concept. Click through the link above to read all of Square Enix's responses. Once they implement the requested changes, fans might see a new and improved demo.
Related Game(s): Final Fantasy XV
4/29/2015 11:04:08 AM Ben Dutka