A number of Square Enix members, Koi Takmo and Ninja Team Studio on the PlayStation site about the development of Strange of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin and more They have talked about using Jack Garland as a hero and other new details.
In this regard, they have had an interesting conversation. Game developer Jane Fujiwara cited Strange of Paradise as an alternative rendition of Final Fantasy 1. "It's probably easier to think that this takes place in a parallel world that runs alongside the main game," he said.
They appear in the early episodes of Fantasy Fantasy, usually with no storyline. "I believe that a good antagonist must have a clear reason why he or she has become an evil character in the first place, so I felt it was interesting to delve deeper into this aspect of Jack Garland's character."
He goes on to say: He hugs but the story never explains why he chose this path. "We thought we could expand the story of the original game through Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin and imagine a possibility of how Garland's fate ended in what we saw in Final Fantasy 1."
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