Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin It was one of the most talked about games of last year… but it certainly wasn’t one of the most purchased.
Square Enix tried a new type of Final Fantasy spin-off, an action game mixing hack ‘n’ slash and soulslike style, which was quite fun… although what everyone talked about was its story and its protagonists .
Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin had “regular” notes, around 6 and 7, and it doesn’t seem to have sold many units. but the producer Tetsuya Nomura thinks there are possibilities for a sequel (via NoisyPixel).
Review of Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin
“The time could come when we meet again,” says Nomura about Stranger of Paradise
“When Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin came out, there were many negative attacks, especially on the internet,” Nomura said during an official Square Enix broadcast, where he nevertheless acknowledged that everyone who was watching him live had become fond of the protagonist Jack , and would like to see a sequel.
Nomura hinted that the decision to make another one depends on the reception of the fans.: “If you want that to happen, then it would certainly help if the person seeing this told 10 other people.”
“If the word of mouth about the game spreads until the completion of the DLC, proving that this is a title that has really resonated with everyone, The time could come when we meet again. Personally, I would love to work with Koei Tecmo’s Kumabe-san again.”
Despite the fact that the sales and critics did not accompany, Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin had its fans, who accompanied it during its three DLC: Trials of the Dragon King, Wanderer of the Rift and Different Future, which comes out tomorrow January 27th.
In its day we said that Stranger of Paradise es “pure chaos“, despite the fact that “we are not sure if it will be remembered as a complete disaster or as a hooliganism with a lot of personality”, of which we highlight its combat and soundtrack, but aesthetically not very homogeneous… and narratively a disaster.
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