There are a lot of players want to know some background of the developers. Today, let’s introduce Naoki Yoshida to you. Naoki Yoshida is the producer and director of Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn. He’s the most senior staffer on a huge Square Enix team at the helm of one of the publisher’s most ambitious projects yet: a total relaunch of its poorly-received MMORPG. Also he named the game currency in Final Fantasy XIV which is called FFXIV Gil.
Not spectacular was not quite good enough. Final Fantasy 14 has much to live up to; Final Fantasy 11, the franchise’s earlier MMO, remains the most profitable entry the series has produced. The original game just wasn’t making progress on PlayStation 3, although the console version had been expected alongside the original launch, before being delayed over and over again. Fans were livid.
How to turn the game around, make it the ultimate Final Fantasy multiplayer experience that had been promised to fans? How to deliver the long-awaited PS3 release? How to clear away the stigma of one of the worst MMO launches the industry has seen, before or since – a repeat of which could ruin Square Enix?
The original Final Fantasy 14 released in a shocking condition; there’s no argument there. Yoshida took over from former project leads Nobuaki Komoto and Hiromichi Tanaka and immediately began making improvements. Square Enix chose to waive subscription fees for an extended period as it worked on improving the MMO, and by the time it closed last year, Final Fantasy 14 was a decent game – if not spectacular. If you find it’s difficult for you to farm gil or equipment, you can buy FFXIV Powerleveling on our website. We offer a great number of services.