Unlike Square Enix's other bestselling RPG series, Dragon Quest, which made the leap from PlayStation 2 to Nintendo DS and Wii, Kitase sees the main Final Fantasy series sticking to higher-definition consoles.
"In terms of Final Fantasy in general, the teams are really aiming for movie quality graphics and really dramatic storylines," he said. "For now, at least, consoles like the Xbox 360 and PS3 are the best place for this kind of cinematic experience to take place. We don't feel that it needs to transition necessarily to a handheld platform."
I don't think that it is a bad idea to keep main titles exclusive to Home Gaming Consoles.
I would be lying if I said that my Final Fantasy obsession has nothing to do with cutting edge graphics. That's what made Aeris' death scene come to life for me.