Kazushige Nojima appears to have received personal attacks from Final Fantasy 7 Remake fans via Twitter, so he won’t be talking about it again.
Kazushige Nojima is one of the main authors of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake script , together with Tetsuya Nomura obviously, and for this reason it seems to have been the subject of particular attention on his social networks by fans of the game, so much so that he often receives real and proper attention. harassment via Twitter , reportedly.
As reported by Nojima himself on Twitter and reported by DualShockers, it seems that frictions are often generated or that the author is subject to personal attacks through his account on the social network, so much so that he no longer wants to talk about Final Fantasy 7 Remake through that channel.
To be sure, Nojima remained very sober in the comments, but he hinted that the behavior of some fans prompted him to change the contents of their messages and absolutely avoid talking about Final Fantasy 7 Remake from now on. The author reported that sharing his opinions could undermine the value of the games and lead to conflicts with fans, so he decided not to talk about them anymore through Twitter.
This does not mean that he will stop using this social network, but that he will do so only for other reasons and that he will no longer mention the jobs at Square Enix in other future messages from his personal account. If nothing else, this shows how Final Fantasy 7 Remake continues to be a game that is followed almost obsessively by many and whose possible variations from the original are always strongly debated, so much so that they end up in personal attacks, obviously. In the meantime, we look forward to possible information on Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Part 2 that could arrive this year.