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Man, I can't believe 3D is almost finished that fast. I mean, compared to the long wait for 358/2 Days and Birth by Sleep, especially Birth by Sleep...
So they can get this announced in E3 2010 and then get released in Japan Spring 2012 yet the Versus team is STILL getting nowhere near close to being done? *sigh*
By the way, I just suddenly remembered something. In the trailer for KH3D, Braig's dialogue is displayed in simple text. No voice. I guess that means they have yet to have finished all the voice work...
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Final Fantasy Versus XIII is being developed by Square-Enix's flagship production department (PDD1) at their HQ in Tokyo. Kingdom Hearts 3D is being developed by the Osaka office, who also made Birth by Sleep.
diddly yes! though I will avoid most of the pictures and stuff; i plan to be surprised when it comes out
.Whoa! This is shocking to say the least. ..I am candidly finding it perplexing the multitude of you seemingly believe Dream. Drop. Distance. is factually releasing in Spring 2012 (especially early, Spring 2012 at that!) Square-Enix is notorious for providing "earlier" approximatiated releases for their games-only to have them postponed. Call me a pessimist...but the moment I read "Spring 2012" on the trailer-my brain immediately translated it as "Summer 2012." :p
A few examples: Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days was slated to release Spring 2009, but actually released in Summer 2009. Birth By Sleep was given an approximated release in "2009" (more explicitly the late quarter.) Turns out, the game released in early 2010. There are plenty others, but these two come to mind and seem more germane to the discussion.
I am not saying the potential delay of this game will be "large" by any stretch of the word In fact, it may be 3 or 4 months into their initial plans. ...But... Spring 2012 sounds far too good to be true, even if they are "60-70%" complete. Alas, I do hope they can maintain this tentative projected release. Make it happen, Square. -_-
It doesn't seem that long ago that it was 50% complete.. How big is the team working on this?