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Final Fantasy XIV's Director Says There's Still So Much More To Do

(Source: kotaku.com)

Naoki Yoshida at E3 2016 (last year)

Naoki Yoshida just wouldn’t stop looking at his computer. The beloved producer, credited with transforming Final Fantasy XIV from disaster to dream MMORPG, kept typing and clicking as I spoke to him last week in a private room at E3, frowning occasionally. 1,344 more words

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The Makers Of Final Fantasy XIV Are Still Deciding How To Add Blitzball

(Source: kotaku.com)

Screenshot via Prima

Blitzball is coming to Final Fantasy XIV, but director Naoki Yoshida doesn’t know how to make it happen. He’s torn between two options, he says, and both of them sound pretty good. 351 more words

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Sony says "There are things" they haven't shown, in response to a quiet E3

It’s been generally accepted that Sony’s E3 conference was a bit disappointing this year. It wasn’t terrible, but at times it was dull. Even though they had a strong line-up of games, people wanted the bombs to be dropped. 155 more words

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PlayStation Store Now Has Curation From Big Developers

(Source: kotaku.com)

As we’ve discussed, Steam’s implementation of third-party curation has been a bit of a mess. So it’ll be interesting to see how Sony fares now that they’re trying something similar. 253 more words

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‘Yoshida’s Dilemma: One Man’s Struggle to Avert Nuclear Catastrophe’: But for him, Fukushima could have been much worse

Hero: Masao Yoshida disregarded orders to abandon the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant. The actions of him and his team are credited with averting further disaster. 903 more words

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‘Yoshida’s Dilemma: One Man’s Struggle to Avert Nuclear Catastrophe’: But for him, Fukushima could have been much worse

Hero: Masao Yoshida disregarded orders to abandon the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant. The actions of him and his team are credited with averting further disaster. 903 more words

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