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You know Final Fantasy and Tales of Series is the selling point of Square Enix and Namco Bandai. Both series have courageous heroes and a vile villains in their world. What about the storyline? Stopping an evil organization, called Cruxis o destroying Mako reactors (which is killing the planet’s energy) whatever main goal that the characters have to achieve. These two franchise has manga, anime, films and music speaking of composers. There are staff that bring these two IPS to life in Namco Kōsuke Fujishima (character design) Yoshiharu Gotanda (creator), Motoi Sakuraba (composer) and Hideo Baba (producer). At Square Enix, Hironobu Sakaguchi (creator), Tetsuya Nomura (character designer), Nobuo Uematsu (composer) and Hiroyuki Ito (producer). Without these talented people there will be no Final Fantasy and Tales Series.

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Alright the crossover I am think of a game similar to Dissidia Final Fantasy but put the most popular character from each series such as Cloud (FF), Cless (Tales), Lighting (FF), Lloyd (Tales), Yuna,(FF) Alisha (Tales) and many more. Each of these characters will have their signature moves from the games and many summons (for Final Fantasy) and Elemental Spirits (Tales). For the super moves, Limit Break (Final Fantasy) and Mystic Artes (Tales). For the story mode you can added the skits and both franchise fight an original final boss (similar to Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite) and villains team up with the boss. It’s up to the heroes to defeat this menace and bring the two worlds together. The game modes can have versus, online, gallery (with the story of each franchise), training. I think it will be a great idea for both Final Fantasy and Tales fan alike. What do you guys think this is a good idea?

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Should There Be a Final Fantasy and Tales of Series Crossover

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