We had the pleasure of sitting down with the young and incredibly gifted Concept Artist, Yuki Matsuzawa, who was responsible for visual development on Murdered: Soul Suspect on PS4 and PS3.
Yuki already had a rich history in Concept Art even before joining the Murdered: Soul Suspect team, having joined Square Enix in 2004 to work with Isamu Kamikokuryo on Final Fantasy XIII for several years. Isamu joined us today as well to see how his protégé had applied his experience with Final Fantasy to a more western game.
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Hey folks! There’s less than two weeks to go before Murdered: Soul Suspect is out on PS4 and PS3, and to bide your time while you wait, we’ve conjured up a comprehensive 101 trailer to show you today.
You might have gathered that it’s Gamescom week, so there have been lots of goodies coming in recently — like a lovely little trailer comparing some of the gameplay from the original Final Fantasy X with footage from the new HD Remaster version. It shows off a sequence of battles, focusing on the Overdrive attacks. Check out the difference between SD and HD! But the new thing we’re showing off here, is the arranged version of the battle music!
It’s the Gamescom trailer for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, plus a whole slew of new screens! The Savior’s Choice trailer takes you into The Wildlands; a rough expanse of wilderness that will reunite Lightning with Chocobos, Moogles (Kupo!), and an old friend: Sazh. You’ll also get a glimpse of Lightning’s unique battle abilities, including her super attack: Army of One.
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