Surprise, the latest Famitsu 360 reveals that Cry On, known until now to be developed by Cavia, was now being developed by Artoon. The main graphical designer is now Manabu Kusunoki, of Panzer Dragoon/Panzer Dragoon Saga fame. The previous artworks won't be used anymore, but you can check the small and blurry scan to get a tiny idea of what the game art should look like. More informations in the next few weeks.
Also Sakaguchi seems happy with the sales of Blue Dragon, and if Microsoft greenlights a sequel he'll be happy to do it. Update, more than one year later: Looks like someone still thinks that this news is relevant and factual, even after Sakagachi's interview from months later stating that Cavia still was working on the game. So here it is.
@GriftGFX: Before Europe will formulate an answer and come to a ppssible bill, we could be years away (30 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: No, the minister of justice is going to ask Europe for advice if the gambling in games should be banned. He thinks it should, but there is no bill drafted. (32 minutes ago)
@nostradamus: I played some of the maps on the free week they had and they weren't bad or maybe it was just me thinking that as I hadn't paid for them :P (1 Hour ago)
@aphex187: the beta map was awesome to play. (1 Hour ago)
BF1 season pass £11.99. Not a massive fan if this game or the series now but I could be tempted by that. (1 Hour ago)
@GriftGFX: meanwhile the land of the free is trying to destroy the internet as we know it. (2 Hours ago)
They're going to wind up harming consumer friendly service models as much as they will punish the bad ones. And I feel like stuff like SWBF2 will be appropriately punished by the market. (7 Hours ago)