Tetsuya Nomura Spread To Thin???

Tetsuya Nomura the man whose name is behind such titles as Final Fantasy VII Remake, Kingdom Hearts 3 and Dissdia Final Fantasy as well as NT. Well we recently heard he will be designing characters in Xenoblades Chronicles 2. While I did post about this I did thinking it was only two characters. Recently I found out that is not the case as it was revealed that Nomura is the behind a mysterious group in the game as opposed to just 2 characters.

Hearing about this makes you wonder if the man is spread to  thin. We were asking this before finding out about Xenoblade Chronicles2 but this comes as we find out just how big his work load is. Now we should put this into account that Dissidia is on track as well as KH3. Yet he has games such as Remake that are still in development. Although KH3 is showing progress we don’t know how developed it is. Dissidia while it has been out in arcades and coming to consoles is a growing game that will be updated. A video from Final Fantasy Union (a group you should check out) highlights as they put Nomura list of games in perspective. Once you see it you tell me if the man has spread himself too thin. Let me know. subscribe to them as well.

As always thank you for reading.

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I am a gamer into fighting games perferablly such as King Of Fighters and Street Fighters. Also DMC and Ninja Gaiden as well. In recent years I have become a fan of two shooters. Fear and Resistance."
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