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Tetsuya Nomura Makes Almost Completely Worthless Tweets About Upcoming Projects

Producer begins Tokyo Game Show preparations by editing Re:coded promotional video.

This is Tetsuya Nomura.

Square Enix mega producer Tetsuya Nomura got on the old Twitter earlier today and wrote the following:

"One day, unannounced titles suddenly... But first comes Re:coded, which is due for release on 10/7. Next comes 3rd. Although before 3rd, we'd like to do something about the heavily requested Archives versions of the 1st and 2nd. Then after 3rd, there are a number of unannounced titles. We'll be going in order. Enjoy."

Are you confused by the beginning of the Tweet? I think Nomura is saying that unannounced titles one day suddenly become announced titles. Or maybe he's saying that one day unannounced titles are suddenly cancelled! Noooooooooo!

Since we already know Nomura has a bunch of unannounced games in the works, I think the only notable point about this post is the mention of the Archive versions of parts 1 and 2 of Parasite Eve. Assuming those plans pan out, it looks like we'll be able to look forward to something bigger than Chocobo in the coming months (Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon is due for release tomorrow).

In other Tweet news, Nomura issued an apology earlier in the day about not being able to understand all the responses he gets from overseas fans. He appears to be surprised by the large number of readers he gets from other countries.

Nomura also began teasing Square Enix's Tokyo Game Show plans early in the morning today. "We've started preparations for Tokyo Game Show," he wrote. "Just earlier, I received a confirmation phone call from staff who are in the office."

The identity of the team that placed the call is a secret, he said.

Square Enix's TGS plans, like the plans for pretty much every other publisher (three weeks to go guys!), have yet to be announced. But Nomura revealed one title, saying that he's started his promotional video editing work with Re:coded. Assuming he's talking about the trailers for Square Enix's Open Mega Theater, you can probably add the DS Kingdom Hearts title to your home TGS score cards.

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