Take up your sword once more, noble warrior, because it’s time to once again join the battle to save your home from the forces of evil…while riding a chocobo!
In Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, adventurers are the lifeblood that will drive Eorzea into a new era. As one such adventurer, it feels like my journey into this epic world of magic, clashing swords and prowling beasts is only just beginning.
Today Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is making its debut on the PS4. Any PS4 owner can download the beta version of the game through the PlayStation Store.
When we talk about video game engagement oftentimes it's discussing an MMO or free-to-play title. It's a rare exception if “engagement” comes up for a game that's neither an MMO or an online-based title like Battlefield or Call of Duty. However, Square Enix has revealed that engagement is exceptionally high for Avalanche Studios' Just Cause 2.
So here it is, the pros and cons I've gathered from my play experience with Square Enix's revamped and re-released MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. There will be plenty of Final Fantasy fanboys and fangirls alike who probably won't like the assessment laid out with the pros and cons of the game, but this is how the dice falls, folks.
Well, I made it. It took a while and there was a lot of grinding, a lot of pain, a lot of tears and plenty of sweat, but I made it. Level 30. So what can be said about this game at level 30 that wasn't said during the level 20 impressions piece? Actually, there's plenty to be said.
Today Square Enix announced a few details on the PlayStation 4 version of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. The beta for FFXIV will be available on that console in late February.
Well that was quick. After shortly starting Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn and giving impressions that found itself on the wrong side of community amicability, it was time to head back to Eorzea and find out what the game was like up to level 10.
Square Enix apologized to players this morning for the server issues they encountered during Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn's launch. They're offering free game time to make up for these problems.
Planning on doing a Let's Play video series of Final Fantasy XIV? Well, don't expect to get paid a cent for any work you put into any of it because Square Enix will make sure every dime, dollar, penny and quarter to a dollar from advertisements will fall squarely in their coffers and their coffers alone.
At long last, it is time for heroes to don their armor, take up arms, unite and set forth on a grand adventure across the world of Eorzea as Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn finally launches in North America for PC and the PlayStation 3.
It's another big week in the world of video game releases as PlayStation platforms gear up for a hired assassin, killing aliens on a frozen planet, gridiron battles and a return to the magical world of Eorzea.
Two days folks...just two days. Square Enix has let their list of games fly off the hook with Final Fantasy being the main focus of their line-up. They also have the newly announced Eidos Montreal tablet title, Deus Ex: The Fall and their other recently announced Murdered: Soul Suspect to flesh out the rest of the list.
Square Enix will relaunch their MMO Final Fantasy XIV at the end of the summer. The revamped version of the troubled game will be available on August 27th on the PS3 and PC.
Final Fantasy XIV, Square Enix's second attempt at a second MMORGP set in their most popular universe, is steadily moving toward becoming A Realm Reborn. To give potential players an idea of what they can expect out of the upcoming revamp, a new “Exploration” trailer has now been made available for your viewing pleasure.