In the past, Square Enix has been talking about things like the visual quality, dark and beautiful dungeons, even the amazing environments, but they have not really said much about the Final Fantasy XV ending. Hajime Tabata, however, decided to let us in one at least some aspects of it.
There is a feature on the game in the April 2016 issue of Game Informer magazine where the veteran game director discusses a number of things.
Apparently, a very emotional side to the Final Fantasy XV ending is what he has been working on. He doesn’t want himself or the fans to feel sour or disappointed instead, Hajime Tabata wants the ending to make people cry.
I want to create a very emotional ending to the game and want to make as many people cry as possible. You’re spending so many hours playing the game, so when I finish a game and it ends on a sour note and it doesn’t move me, it gets me disappointed. At least make me cry or give me some emotion! I want to give a moving ending for the consumers who invest so much time.
Hajime Tabata also says that the game should have a similar impact on the fan base as Final Fantasy VII did since there are developers who were in the development team of that game and now they are trying to do one better.
Well, nothing speaks more of emotional endings than FFX, but that is all up to the developers; whether they want tears due to death or other emotions is still to be seen.
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