Tag Archives: Shinji Hashimoto
Mon, Feb 06, 2012 | 09:15 GMT
Square Enix producer Shinji Hashimoto has confirmed Final Fantasy X for PS3 and Vita will be a HD remaster, not a remake as it had been previously said.
Tue, Jun 08, 2010 | 07:36 BST
Mon, Jun 07, 2010 | 12:45 BST
Square Enix is up to its old tricks again, hinting at a new partnership with Hideo Kojima.
Sun, May 02, 2010 | 11:55 BST
Development on the PSN version of Final Fantasy IX is now complete, Square Enix producer Shinji Hashimoto has announced via Twitter.
Mon, Apr 05, 2010 | 07:55 BST
Square Enix has promised it’s going to deliver a “little surprise” to its fans this week.
Fri, Mar 26, 2010 | 17:12 GMT
We have Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII already on PSN, but what’s next? IX could be the next one to come, according to hints from Square Enix.
Thu, Sep 04, 2008 | 06:52 BST
Speaking with Gama, Square Enix producer Shinji Hashimoto said that as long as there are people who want to make Final Fantasy games, Square-Enix will “keep going.” Never expected that.
“The term ‘Final’ in the title doesn’t mean ‘last,’ but the teams behind it see it as a term for ‘ultimate,’” said Hashimoto.
“As long as there are creators that are wanting to make Final Fantasy games, we will probably keep going.”
Full interview with Hashimoto and producer Yoshinori Kitase through the link.
By Mike Bowden
Tue, Aug 12, 2008 | 07:47 BST
Speaking in the latest issue of UK mag Play, Square Enix corporate executive Shinji Hashimoto has said that the company is working hard on delivering FFXIII in a “fresh” state to international audiences and that he’s excited that localisation for the title won’t be as pronounced as normal for a Final Fantasy game.
“Obviously, we announced the title for both the PS3 and 360, so in that sense we’re very excited to be able to appeal to a new user base ans to fans that are users of both PS3 and 360,” he said.
“Another thing I’m excited about it that it’s traditionally taken about a year for localisation to take place, so the Japanese version can reach audiences around the world. But with this titles we’re focused on decreasing that time gap. That means, right now, we’re not only involved in creating and developing, but also working hard to deliver the title in a fresh state to everyone in the world.”
Cutting down on localisation times has become a priority for Square Enix, with president Yoichi Wada saying the firm was making big strides in the area in the March just gone.
Final Fantasy XIII hits Japan in 2009, with a playable demo being included in the Blu-ray release of movie Advent Children: Complete in March.