Naoki Yoshida's interview with USGamer from E3 puts Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn into perspective
"One of the reasons that Star Wars maybe tripped up a bit was because [BioWare] didn't have that end content prepared in time. They had to make updates, but players got to the end too quickly and they didn't have that ready. We hope to have a lot of end content ready." This is what they actually say, yet you guys change it to , ""One of the reasons that The Old Republic tripped up was because BioWare didn't have endgame content prepared in time. We hope to have a lot of end content ready." Bad writing changing what someone said and then putting it in quotes making them sound like a douche..
I just wrote what I read, he said they have a schedule set up for releasing new content, he also said the game starts at 50, so that would also imply more content geared towards endgame, I've been playing the beta, so far from what I've seen there is alot of content already available
That's not what I mean, I simply mean that you changed what he wrote. You have what he said quoted in two different spots but change the way its written when you enlarge it. Snipping out certain words or adding them doesn't make it a quote anymore.
It wont let me reply to your newer comment, but I didn't write the USGamer interview, I just reported on it, because it's alot of information that FF14 fans would probably be interested in.
Sounds like he understands what many loved about XI. I have been looking forward to this game for years but skipped the original due to all the criticism. I will definitely be giving ARR a chance
I got into the beta and I have about 8 hours played so far. The game is just plain fun, The combat is solid, Its simple but also very detailed, you have to know about the enemy you are fighting the farther you get. you need to pay attention the ques they give you about attacks coming up from monsters you aren't focused on. The animations/characters/music/de tails are just fantastic.
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