The sequel to Final Fantasy Origin is out of the question, says Nomura



Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin might be one of the strangest Final Fantasy spin-off games we’ve seen in the last few years. It’s essentially a retelling of the very first mainline game, and even if you haven’t played it yourself, you’ve surely at least heard about all the outlandish chaos memes that came out of it.

The game received a lukewarm reception at launch, but it’s definitely developed a small cult following since then. As translated by the folks at Noisy Pixel, producer Tetsuya Nomura stated on Stranger of Paradise’s recent live broadcast that he’s open to the idea of ​​working on a sequel.

“When Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin first came out, there was a lot of negative bashing, especially online. However, I’m happy to say that everyone watching this live stream has grown very fond of Jack and his friends. So much so that some would love to see a sequel to [the title].

And if you want this to happen then it would certainly help if one person watching this relayed the messages to 10 other people. If word of mouth spreads about the game through the completion of the DLC, proving that this is a title that has truly resonated with everyone, maybe there will be a time when we can see each other again. Personally, I would love to work with Mr. Kumabe from Koei Tecmo again.”

Source: Loud pixel

Since the game’s release, we’ve seen quite a few DLC drops that continue to flesh out the world and add lots of new playable content. However, it seems like the possibility of a sequel will depend heavily on fan reception and only time will tell if it ever gets the green light.

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is available now for PC and consoles. The sequel to Final Fantasy Origin is out of the question, says Nomura

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