Final Fantasy Type-0 is considered one of the best games in the franchise in the recent years and a step forward in the right direction, unfortunately, this amazing game never left Japan, despite the western fans demands. But now, thanks to a group called "Operation Suzaku", a group dedicated to the sole purpose of making sure Square Enix hears the loud, ongoing demands for a western release of the PSP title Final Fantasy Type-0, there's still a glimmer of hope for the game's release in the west.
2 weeks ago Square Enix's CEO of the Americas and Europe, Phil Rogers, asked to be flooded with feedback from fans, and Final Fantasy Type-0 was one of the most mentioned in these feedbacks. Operation Suzaku used this oportunity to reach out to Mr. Rogers regarding a western release of the game, to which he replied: " I've seen your Facebook page and I hear your question clearly. I've posted on the blog that this is one of the first questions I'm going to tackle. It's not a quick question to answer but I'm looking into it and I'll update everyone when I can. But I mentioned (again on the blog) that I don't want to get hopes up as localising previously released games sometimes isn't possible when the team have moved onto other projects. But I will look into this thoroughly."
Although Rogers doesn't promise anything, he states that Final Fantasy Type-0 is one of his priorities, so there's still some hope in the horizon. Do you believe that this will be enough to bring the game to western territories? Share your opinion in the comments below.
Source: Operation Suzaku