Tough keeping up with all the Roman numerals, eh? I know it's not easy for me. Well Final Fantasy XI (count it, eleven) is being re-released for PC in a budget-priced package. Gamers will get all their favorite MMORPG FF XI moments from the likes of a handful of expansion packs and a new Quick Manual. It's enough to tide any gamer over until Final Fantasy XIV.

The entire package has recently shipped out to retailers across the nation, and it’s labeled as the FINAL FANTASY XI Vana’diel Collection 2007. While it was only created exclusively for Windows, the exciting collection will contain the award-winning FINAL FANTASY XI stand-alone product, the Rise of the Zilart, Chains of Promathia and Treasures of Aht Urhgan expansion packs, and a new foldout Quick Manual including a world map and a starter’s guide, all in one, convenient, very appropriate, budget-priced package. For more info you can visit the main website for Final Fantasy XI and the details on the expansive new collection.

Overall, it seems like a good deal, and everyone (mostly reviewers) have stated that the game offers a lot of content for its buck. I just hope people don’t get too confused with all the other Final Fantasy games that came out this season. But I’m sure they won’t. ;)

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