There have been some rather interesting little tidbits in this week's Famitsu, with a number of leading Japanese creative types such as SCE's Keiichiro Toyama and Capcom's Hideaki Itsuno stating that they'd love to make sequels to their respective games.
In the case of Toyama, that would mean a follow-up to Gravity Rush, although the Sony man is apparently also keen on putting together a hack-and-slash title too.
Itsuno has reiterated that he "really" wants to make a sequel to Dragon's Dogma, with andriasang reporting that "the current world is just two-thirds of the idea he had in mind, and there are things he'd still like to do". Yes please. Yes. Please, yes.
Sega's Toshihiro Nagoshi suggests that Yakuza devs Ryu ga Gotoku Studio are keen to make an online game, but that he wants to ensure it's "more than just Yakuza Online".
Finally, Square Enix's Naoki Yoshida says in delivering lots of little bits of fan service in the revamped Final Fantasy XIV, he'd like to put Final Fantasy VII's Golden Saucer amusement park in there if possible.