This week, Famitsu had an interesting article on what it takes to make a good game. Specifically, they polled a number of game developers and asked them what elements are necessary in the development process to produce a real quality product. We know who is working on Final Fantasy XIV, and we know a lot about how they operate from the seven years Final Fantasy XI has been occupying our free time.
Do you think Final Fantasy XIV will have the "right stuff" to succeed?
Check out the story here.
From your experiences in Final Fantasy XI, and what we know of Final Fantasy XIV so far, do you believe the elements are there to make a successful game? What other elements could contribute to help make this upcoming MMO an enjoyable one?