A Peek Inside Where They Make Final Fantasy

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Japanese game studios, Square Enix included, generally don't like cameras poking around where they make games. There are obvious reasons for that, such as designs or game info leaking out. Another reason is that, you know, people are trying to work!

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Still, Square Enix allowed its own cameras into a Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII meeting as well as into the studio. If you've ever wanted to see where your Final Fantasy games are made, here's your chance. And if you've always wanted to see a Square Enix helmet, hey, there's that, too!

LRFFXIII制作現場探訪 [YouTube]


Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am.

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So THIS is the den of evil responsible for dragging the name of a once-good franchise through the mud and cashing in on parading it's dead-and-dried, shriveled corpse around with terrible in-name only sequels, half-assed experiments, and all of the insipid crap of poor quality for the whole previous entire decade? Good to finally have a visual representation to focus all of my hatred towards.