Submitted by ShadyDevil 813d ago | article

FFXIV: A Realm Reborn Character Breakdown

TGH Writes: "Final Fantasy XIV's successful rebirth to 'A Realm Reborn' released just a week ago. If you didn't spend the weeks prior to the release toying around with the 'Character Creator' standalone download, you're likely to be lost in the process when it comes to finally playing the game." (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, PC, PS3, PS4)

Deathdeliverer  +   813d ago
Great game and it's a shitload of fun WHEN you can actually get in. This maintenance is killing me but it should be easier to get in when it ends.
rdgneoz3  +   813d ago
Yah, fun when you can get in. sadly SE didn't think many would want to play it after how horrible version 1.0 did, so they underestimated just a bit. The servers should be able to hold more people and lag a bit less once the maintenance is over..

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