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Wednesday, 25 July 2012 08:02

Final Fantasy Versus XIII not cancelled

Written by David Stellmack



Yoichi Wada takes to Twitter to clear it up


In a post on his Twitter feed, Yoichi Wada, the president of Square Enix, attempted to put an end to continuing rumors that Final Fantasy Versus XIII was in the process of being or was already cancelled.

Our Japanese isn’t great, but our loose translation of Wada’s message was, “Someone must be playing a joke on everyone because Final Fantasy Versus XIII has not been cancelled; in fact, I am just leaving a meeting on that topic right now. Look at what was been released today.”

After the release of Wada’s Twitter posting, Final Fantasy fans seemed satisfied that development continues on the title, but the lack of a release date continues to make fans question how much longer they will have to wait.

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