“This record was meant to be a Fi­nal Fan­tasy record, and I didn’t set out to kill Fi­nal Fan­tasy . . . but I can’t re­ally talk about it be­cause, legally, I’m not al­lowed to”

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sy record, and I didn’t set out to kill Fi­nal Fan­tasy when I made it,” says Pal­lett. “That was a to­tal sur­prise, but I can’t re­ally talk about it be­cause, legally, I’m not al­lowed to.

“But the whole sit­u­a­tion was very pos­i­tive. I had to write some very stern e-mails to cor­rect some ba­sic false­hoods which were go­ing around. Peo­ple were say­ing ‘Owen has been sued’ and ‘Ow a cease and de­sist which im­plied that hap­pened. What a prob­a­bly like talkin lovely.

“I’ve never real done be­fore as som my own name to, thought of what I d tached from my­self cused me of be­ing in the past be­cause the change is like K to change what called com­mu­nism Marx­ism.”

Be­cause of th change, Pal­lett has him­self scru­ti­n­isin re­views of the

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