End of Eternity's game director Takayuki Suguro, of developer tri-Ace, has given a huge thumbs up to Sega because they more willing on new RPG.
That's why tri-Ace decided to switch from buddy Square Enix to Sega for the upcoming End of Eternity RPG, which sees the human race near extinction - thanks a lot global warming.
"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," explained Suguro-san.
Director Takayuki Suguro has previously chipped in with Vagrant Story and Final Fantasy Tactics for Square Enix. End of Eternity is the games Japanese title and is being released on Xbox 360 and PS3 later this year.
It's known as Resonance of Fate here in the west, with its release to be announced. Are Square Enix and tri-Ace having a bit of a lover's tiff?
Sega has "more open attitude" to new RPG ideas than Square Enix
12 August 2009 | By Simon Priest