Square Enix continues to live up to the standards it set when it released Final Fantasy VII for the PSOne. According to a new interview with Final Fantasy XIII's producers, the game will utilize 100 of the PlayStation 3's power. Here's an excerpt from the interview with Dengeki PS3:
Interviewer: How much of the PS3's powers do you think the game will utilize at the end?
Kitase: I think around 50 for the demo version. For the final product (just before it's released), I think it will use around 100 of its powers. It is the same situation with FFVII and FFX where we fully utilized the powers of the PS1 and PS2.
Interviewer: Since the PS3 has Bluray, there shouldn't be too much trouble with storage?
Kitase: If you are talking about using a single or dual layer disc, there isn't really a problem with storage space. However, the PS3 also has a hard drive. Depends on which one you are talking about, but there's still some work to be done on the memory side of things.
Even Killzone 2 wasn't able to max out the PS3. I'm stoked to get my hands on that demo. Not exactly sure how the Xbox 360 version will play in this case though.
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