Meet Wan Hazmer, the man who put Malaysia on the Final Fantasy XV map


Realistic fantasy: A shot of a building in the town of Lestallum, which was inspired by architecture in Cuba, Malaysia and the Middle East. — Picture courtesy of Square Enix

PETALING JAYA: While most gamers dream of going pro someday, Wan Hazmer Wan Abd Halim took his passion a level up. Instead of just playing games, he creates them.

As a lead game designer for one of the world's biggest video game developers, Wan Hazmer's day-to-day job at Square Enix involves the imagining of fantastic worlds.

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