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Submitted by CGMagazine 492d ago | review

CGM Review In Progress: Final Fantasy XIV

MMO games—or Massively Multiplayer Online games for the uninitiated—aren’t like other games. New content, balancing and “nerf” passes, and even the quality of the community all have an impact on the value proposition of a game, and this constant evolution means that the game you played at launch is probably not the game you will be playing a year later. (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, PS3) -

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