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Googleshng - December 3 '02- 2:00 Eastern Standard Time

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Too many companies fusing.


Did Enix buy out Game Arts?

If so, will the U.S.A Square Enix company translate the Lunar games instead of Working Designs now?

The Saturday Night Jobber

Enix does not own GameArts, but they do get along real well, so nobody can really give you a concrete answer on the second part of your question.

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Hey Googleshng:

How are ya? Today, (12/3/02) is my birthday, 20 years old. I have been an RPG player for many years. I am currently playing Legaia 2: Dual Saga. I was wondering, I know RPG games are big on magic and such, but when did games become so based on origons and such. I mean, I am enjoying the game and all, but it's sad to me when theirs more commentary by these origons than my people. That might not make any sense to you, but it doesn't make as much of the game to me when its more of the origons than the people who have the vision/goal. Alot of these games, after they get going it seems like the characters become mindless and just going forward because it's the "RPG" thing to do.

I have read over this letter several times now, and I still absolutely cannot fathom what you could possibly mean by "origons." I thought you might have meant origins at first, but origins don't generally talk. Oregon is right out I think we can safely say. Oracles perhaps? That's almost as rare as Oregon. The only way I can make sense of this is if you somehow mean NPCs, or flashbacks. In any case, I don't see an actual question here really, so let's just move on.

Anyway, I was wondering, my is their such a lack of American based RPG games? I believe Shadow Madness was one, but for the most part most come from over seas? Why is that?

There's plenty of good PC RPGs developed in the U.S. I think Americans just can't get into the proper mindset to do console games properly. So, since generally speaking, Americans can't make good console RPGs, most have the good sense not to try.

Just to keep it in conversation, do you think their will be a Final Fantasy VII-II? I hope we get one, but I see it as dangerously considering how people hold FFVII so high up, if it's done right, it could be awesome, but everyone has a different opinion of what "right" is.


Well, Square recently said they were planning one, so yeah, I'd say the odds are pretty good.


I'm sure there are others who will tell you this as well, but Blackthorne is coming to the GBA.

-Eternal Emperor

Yeah, that's kinda how I finally heard about it.

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