Final Fantasy Union: Episode 160

We Interviewed Naoki Yoshida!

Final Fantasy Union: Episode 160

Written by — 14 Nov 2017

We had the amazing opportunity to interview Naoki Yoshida, producer and director on Final Fantasy XIV, not too long ago and this episode, we're talking all about the experience!

On top of that, we've also got some news relating to Dissidia NT and also Final Fantasy XV...

Then, to round things out, we have a couple of different question topics. It means we'll be talking briefly about FFTCG, which elements of Final Fantasy XV we'd like to see them carry forward and whether we think there will ever be another turn-based game!

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