PS3inside.de has posted up today a large batch of information on Final Fantasy XIV, which is the latest MMO from Square Enix.
good details! waiting for the release.
possible release: 24. june 2011.
man if they wouldve just improved upon XI instead of tryng to be so drastically different things could've turned alot better.
not just improving but adding more is all i ever wanted from any new FF. But instead what we get is a slap in the face since Square and Enix merged. I haven't played a single good game from them since FFX, and even then it was a Squaresoft title. I don't know why Squeenix felt the need to change everything when they had their rpg's and mmo's fine the way they were? Oh well, now that Enix and Squaresoft are gone we might as well just turn the other cheek. Everytime I think about it, I just feel like curling into fetal position in a corner and cry. :( @thebestplayer No it doesn't. It looks like Kingdom Hearts/Crisis Core hybrid with blood. Looks nothing like a real Squaresoft FF.
Maybe this game won't be a fail. It looked good from what i saw of the pc version even though no one really liked it. I'm not too sure what problems it had. Could someone enlighten me, please? Anyway i hope they're fixed for the ps3 release and i might get it.
the game was ass backwards if you want to go investigate how shitty it was look on the zam forums. +, how is the PS3 supposed to fix a shitty game?
well it aint gonna be just a straight up port. they are listening to the community.
the initial release was too early, i think the main problem that it had was that it lacked content. it didnt really give players a direction to go, or a way to get places that they wanted to go. it had some good ideas but lacked polish, im going to try it again later when theyve spent more time on the game
whatever happened to FF Versus XIII?
final fantasy 13 versus also looks good http://www.youtube.com/watc...
i know.. but that's trailer is pretty old.
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