What i'd like to see:
FFXIV:ARR release date announced (im hoping beta is already started by then).
FF Type-0 ported and enhanced on the 3DS for worldwide release.
FF Versus XIII renamed as FFXV and released multi-platform.
FFXVI teased and confirmed for next gen (Maybe with Wii U already confirmed as one of the systems).
EDIT: I forgot to add: Lightning Returns FFXIII - Cancelled. Releasing a cg movie on dvd for the end of the story (or just leave it like that really). This is a good idea!
Everyone wants to forget FFXIII ever existed, and square should do the same for their own good.
Its the PSP crowd who have been patiently waiting on FFType-0, lets just pretend for a second they actually matter and not slap them in the face by putting it on a completely ajacent platform after ORIGINALLY ANNOUNCED for PSP.
Versus should/and better stay exclusive(I know the unlikely hood of this tho). We have already seen what this MP mind set has done to SE and the FF series after FFXIII. Sickening to a die-hard fan like me. FF's fanase is synonomous with Playstation, that is no secret, just pure fact. FFXIII's sales on PS3 far outstrip what they did on 360 and many of those buyers would have/should have bought a PS3 simply for that game. Spreading a game to multiple platforms does not magically grow the fanbase. The same number of fans will exist, and the same avg of buyers will grow with each entry, or decrease on the game's merit. Every single previously exclusive game fro mthe PS2 years, that is now MP has proved this. Many times they sell WORSE, and inevitably lose money for having to develop for 2+ systems in the first place. It is far better to stick to the one platform where 70+% of your fanbase resides, save the money you would put into being MP. Ninja Theory and From Software both learned this recently.
I wish people would wake up and smell the coffee. Multiplatform is something propagated by Microsoft to perpetuate developers couldn't survive with just Sony and NIN in order to weaken their hold on the market. Its one of those self fullfilling profecies that if you say it long enough it starts becoming true (IE: Handheld market being taken over by phones). As far as I can see, it has done nothing but hurt every series it has touched, and the market as a whole.
Fixed your bad fix.
I am not interest in Sony fanboyish rampages, i want to see the games out in the systems where they will find the most players/sales and Squeenix makes the most money in. You are terribly mistaken if you think all FF fans have Sony home systems this gen.
I would rather FFType 0 released in the PSP, but guess what? Sony isnt letting Squeenix do it. Therefore, they should lose the game altogether. Its the same kind of crap they pulled with Monster Hunter and Capcom.
You really don't know what you are talking about. Sony is most assuredly not stopping them from putting it on the PSP, why would they? SE has already released FFIII on PSP, well after Vita's arrival. The issue is only that they want Sony to fund the port to Vita, or basically do whatever MS has been doing for them this gen to get them to bring them games. If it is possible, I do think Sony should fund FFType-0, it would benefit them greatly if they want it and it would be stupid not to.
as for the rest of what I said, its not fanboyish. It is a fairly accurate assessment of the outcome of going multiplatform, which in turn is virtually non existant or detrimental. When a game has been exclusive for 2 gens, people are set in their mind where it will be and where they want to play it. That mindshare right there is killing Square Enix after repeatedly handing every game off to anyone but Sony, the console with the strongest concentration of SE/JRPG fans.
Bottom line is no game is going to do mysteriously better by being multiplatform And if it is a well known IP, sticking to what has already been layed out is the most cost efficient choice. Multiplatform-atism does nothing but devide up resources that could be better appropriated and decrease the possibilities of that product. Why does every other gen base itself on exclusives? Because when you don't you end up like....well this gen's console cycle.