Playing games on a PC is not that different from an Xbox one of Play station 4. There will be slight differences in graphics depending on your computer’s specifications. But there are really powerful computers out there. For example, computers that run on core i7 processors are known to be good as gaming machines. A high processing power means that instructions are executed efficiently. Modern day games need this a lot. Games such as Final Fantasy 16. This game in particular has a legacy on consoles but as time passed they moved more onto PC. This is where they had more users so naturally they’d opt to put more focus here.\
The director and producer of Final Fantasy XIV, Naoki Yoshida said that he would like to see the a new release of the game. This excited a lot of fans because now there is hope of a new release. Initially, the game was set up in a sort of versus mode. Much like the well known Mortal Kombat and Tekken. However, they spun out to the dislike of original creators such as Tetsuya Nomura. Nomura left the project to go to greener pastures and was replaced almost immediately. It’s sad how there is always a replacement no matter how big a part you played.
Will the developers hack rolling out a Final Fantasy 16?
Developers are a huge part of the game’s success even though we’ve shown the user to be quite the shareholder in recent articles. They are more or less the same in importance. It’s like a see-saw, you need two to tango. The developers have propelled the game from a traditional fantasy theme that was there in the beginning to a whole science fiction adventure. All this has been as per the users request. It seems even the gamers are developing with the times. It’s only logical that they would. Furthermore, what choice do they have? I wouldn’t be caught dead playing a Play Station 1 in this time and age, no matter how hard I loved it.