GamingUnion.net: Final Fantasy XIV feels like a game that's nowhere near the finished article. There are so many niggling nuances that just shouldn't be there, but the good thing is that Square Enix are actively looking to address these faults with a string of serious fixes in the coming months. Should they have launched the game this soon? Probably not, the servers suffer from severe lag and it seems as though hardly any feedback from the Beta testing was addressed. The Fatigue system is a unique way of encouraging players to expand their horizons and try out the new jobs, and with the ease of the system and flexibility, it can only be seen as a good thing. However, the game doesn't really promote parties and the Battle Regimen system is dire. There are also some severe problems with the user interface and the Market Ward system. Final Fantasy XIV is still a fun experience though, and those willing to embrace it will find a nice home in Eorzea.