CEO and president of Square Enix, Yoichi Wada, has admitted there are aspects of Final Fantasy XIII, which was met with mixed reviews, that could have been better.
Despite record-breaking sales and generally favourable reviews (including ours in which we awarded the game a 9.2), Final Fantasy XIII has been widely criticised for being overly streamlined and linear compared to previous instalments.
Speaking at the US launch of the game, Wada told Siliconera: "I believe this is a well done game, however there are points we could improve on."
However, he went on to say: "In order to realize those improvements we would have to incur more development costs. Therefore, I would rather not elaborate on that."
After more than four years of development we're not surprised Square would shy away from spending even more cash.
What would you change about the game?