Will SE finally get it right? Or will we have more long and awkward pauses in dialogue; characters whose background go as deep as my goldfish's tank; a story so bland, so vague in direction, that even my eight-year old cousin could come up with something better; generic music; unoriginal character artwork; etc, etc?
This is something a lot of people like to say about SE's recent works. I have not played a FF since FFX (except for CC), so I can't really say anything about them. I can say, though, that people will always look back to the older games with nostalgia, filling a lot of stuff in their head that simply isn't in the game. I could find the same points written in the above paragraph in, say, FFVII.
Is SE really the problem here? Has SE really done a bad job in the recent years? Or has the target public become progressively more and more demanding that SE can't possibly deliver something up to their high standards? If you agree with the popular opinions, could you explain why? And do you think FFXV will be the game people have hoped for a long time?