Live A Live Takashi Tokita Producer Interview Now Available

Now available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, learn more about the development process behind Square Enix’s Live A Live with the latest interview with Producer Takashi Tokita.

The interview, which can be seen below, has Takashi Tokita answering questions focused on each of Live A Live’s eight unique eras. According to Tokita, he set out to tell multiple stories within a single game, with each section of the JRPG drawing inspiration from different sources.

Live A Live – Behind the 8 Worlds: Interview with Producer Takashi Tokita | PS5 & PS4 Games

Originally released for the Super Famicom back in 1994, Live a Live has different scenarios that all use unique gimmicks like stealth, a lack of standard battles, or even the use of telepathy to learn new facts. This extends to the ways battles are triggered as well; some feature more traditional random encounters, while others have scripted bouts.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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