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Square Enix secret team working on an unannounced title


1:30 PM on 01.30.2012
Square Enix secret team working on an unannounced title photo



Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts producer Tetsuya Nomura told Famitsu that we could see a new Square Enix title later this year. In an interview wrap-up, Nomura teased: "There is also a secret team working on an unannounced title, so there is a chance that some information about that will be announced this year too, please continue looking forward to these announcements."

That's all you get for now. Stay tuned.

Whatever this ends up being, it will sit nicely alongside announcements on Final Fantasy Versus XIII, the HD Final Fantasy X remake and whatever the company has planned for the 10th anniversary of Kingdom Hearts. It's going to be a good year for JRPG gamers.

Famitsu Weekly Nomura Interview on KH3D, Theatrhythm FF, and FF Versus XIII [SQEX.info]

 






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