Sega more “open” on RPGs than Square, says Suguro

By Patrick Garratt
11 August 2009 12:19 GMT


Resonance of Fate director Takayuki Suguro has claimed Sega is more open-mined with in terms of experimenting with RPG as a genre that the mighty Square Enix.

“Because SEGA has a more open attitude towards accepting new RPG ideas than Square Enix, we’d decided to have SEGA release End of Eternity,” the developer told GameMemo, using his project’s Japanese title.

Previously, Suguro worked on Square Enix titles Vagrant Story and Final Fantasy Tactics

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