Final Fantasy Union: Episode 117

How Has Uematsu's Departure Affected Square Enix?

Final Fantasy Union: Episode 117

Written by — 15 Mar 2016

For this episode, we discuss the departure of Nobuo Uematsu from Square Enix and whether or not it has affected the franchise in a big way. It makes for actually a rather long topic of conversation, so hopefully you enjoy it!

We also have another Patreon supporter on the show in Barry Norton. He's another one of us British folk and it's great to here his thoughts on the franchise at the moment and how his opinions have changed about certain games over time!

Last, but not least, we have some questions from the community. These relate to another potential Chocobo Racing title and whether or not the direction of a sequel can hinder the overall experience created.

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Christian Burge, William Trengove, Tigercrane, Irwin Velez, Barry Norton, Skylar Lovelace, Michael Graham, Zach Duranto, Chris Vollant, Peter Lam, Alex Trautman, Manning Franks, Keith Field, Billy Jackson, Mike Shirley-Donnelly, Joni Oja, Mohammed Qayum, Griffin Golding, Tom Brown, Raxtenn, Mondo, John McCrea, Jared Winer, Chris de Hoog, Jaing, Garrett Peterson, Chris Willis, Anthony, Rodrigo, Scott Bechtel, Philippe W. Naud, Joe O'Brien, Capaneus, mcgregml, coolsonh, Jannis Jr., Tyler Mangrum, Benny Chen, Kristoffer Axelsson

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