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Submitted by beatzgaming 697d ago | preview

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Preview by BeatzGaming

For the fans of multiplayer games, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is another upcoming massive multiplayer online role playing game, which is both developed and published by none other than SquareEnix. Due to its well-built and strong game play, its ESRB rating comes with letter ‘T’ that shows the content of the game is best suitable for ages 13 or older. (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, PC, PS3)

Edward75  +   697d ago
Looking forward to giving this a try, I hope that all the SE people fixed what was wrong with the first "Realm" :)
FanboyPunisher  +   697d ago
Skip it, not worth paying for this trash ppl.
Only when its free to play.
Kamikaze135  +   696d ago
This reboot looks amazing. Can't wait to try it out!
beatzgaming  +   696d ago
I think this time it will be free since there is a PS3 version of it and it would suck if you will be buying the cd and then pay a monthly fee just to play the game

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