I would accept I am no expert on managing a games company and sell the company for £X million. 18.104.22.168 20:07, June 18, 2012 (UTC)
Owning SE doesn't always mean that you can just make a game...or at least make a game that's good. If I owned SE, first thing is investigate the usual workings of a SE CEO, finding elements from our games that people like and attempt something like a spin-off or a new game that has elements of SE's best works.That and find ways to make a good TWEWY sequel.
I would outright stop making any Final Fantasy games and focus the company's attention on things that actually have a future. Don't get me wrong, I love Final Fantasy, but I don't even know if you can call it that any more. When Sakaguchi left halfway through Final Fantasy X, the company just couldn't reach that standard that VI through to X raised the series to.