Be still my beating heart
E3 has been going on and that of course means lots of interviews with developers are being held. One of those was a talk with Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy director Tetsuya Nomura by Famitsu.
It was during an interview about the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 2.8 when The World Ends with You was mentioned. Nomura stated that the game does have a big following outside of Japan but doing a sequel wouldn’t be easy, but that doesn’t rule out the idea. He would go on to say that he would need the right staff to make the game as great as the original, according to Novacrystallis.com.
Nomura would talked about the Final Fantasy VII remake stating that the game is still being worked on. When there is something to be announced that Square Enix will the share the information. Also, Nomura stated he will make an public appearance whenever the news is to be released.
Considered one of the best role-playing games of its time, The World Ends with You was originally released for the DS in 2007 in Japan and later saw a global release in 2008. It went on receive solid reviews from critics, scoring an overall 88 on Metacritic and an 8.9 with users.
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