All the gravity defying, it confuses me.
In lieu of finally beating Final Fantasy VII, I decided we should go ahead and watch the movie sequel, Advent Children. 903 more words
Tetsuya Nomura (Final Fantasy XV director) has given a very short video interview to DC Entertainment during the San Diego Comic Con 2014. He didn’t reveal anything about his games, but he quickly summarized his work on the new Batman figure he had designed for DC. 49 more words
“If you read the headline and thought “belts and zippers!” or something along those lines, you’re not alone. Final Fantasy designer and Kingdom Hearts mastermind Tetsuya Nomura had the opportunity to celebrate 75 years of Batman and re-imagine the Caped Crusader for a Variant Play Arts Kai figure, and the results are as out-there as you might expect.”
Tetsuya Nomura, creator of various Final Fantasy characters, director of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and helmsman of Kingdom Hearts’ development has recently revealed this, a Variant Play Arts Kai figure of Batman, designed by himself. 234 more words
Yes, I said it. Closet fashion designer and possibly even jewelry designer.
Despite his visual kei and manga-influenced art style, Nomura always seemed to be more interested in challenging the development team to copy the exact designs and animate them properly; thus, possibly one of the reasons for the fashion showcased in the games he’s involved in. 354 more words
An interesting question if you ask me…and one that shall no longer remain unanswered. That’s right, final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts designer Tetsuya Nomura has thrown his talents into the DC realm and put his own personal spin on the Dark Knight. 56 more words