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Submitted by Corsual 555d ago | preview

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Beta Impressions | Corsual

Corsual's EXP writes: "The lifting of a NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) is both an exciting and painful experience; on the one hand, you're finally free to discuss all of the things you love and hate about a game you've normally been playing in bits and pieces over several weeks or months, and yet on the other, you've forgotten what all of those things are because you've only been playing it in bits and pieces, and haven't played it in several weeks or months. Or maybe that's just me...

Fortunately, the NDA lift on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn occurred during the 3rd phase of the beta testing period, and while I'd most certainly forgotten most of the things I wanted to discuss back in the first 2 phases, I found a whole bunch of things I'd love to talk about in this one. If only I hadn't forgotten those, too. You'd probably have enjoyed reading this a lot more." (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, PC)

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