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  • Blog Post: Preorder And CE Bonuses Announced For FF XIV: A Realm Reborn

    Final Fantasy XIV had some problems following release, and then it was shut down . Square Enix is preparing to re-launch the world of Eorzea on August 27, and the company is doling out bonus content for those who preorder and/or pick up the collector's edition. The collector's edition is full... More
  • Blog Post: End Of Final Fantasy XIV Free Period Gets Date

    All good things must come to an end, and even some not-so-great things as well. Square Enix has announced the date when Final Fantasy XIV's free-to-play period ends and its paid subscription phase begins. Square Enix had previously switched the MMORPG to the free-to-play model because the game was... More
  • Blog Post: Producer: "FF XIV Will Always Be FF XIV"

    Final Fantasy XIV may have "greatly damaged" the Final Fantasy brand, but isn't the game it was when it launched in September last year. It has been receiving tweaks since release, but the troubled game's producer says that it will never be a completely different game. In an interview... More
  • Blog Post: Future Final Fantasy XIV Updates Detailed

    Continuing a trend of transparency in regards to the massive Final Fantasy XIV overhaul currently underway, project Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida recently updated The Lodestone with a slew of new information. Yoshida went to great detail about pending updates, using results from the recent Final... More
  • Blog Post: FF XIV's New Boss Won't Wipe The Game But Has Major Changes In Mind

    Naoki Yoshida took over as the producer and director for Final Fantasy XIV back in December , but we have yet to hear details on how he plans to salvage Square Enix's troubled MMO. Now in an interview with Famitsu , Yoshida has given some details about the direction he plans to move the game. 1UP... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy XIV Fallout Continues With Major Restructuring, PS3 Delay

    The first step to recovery is admitting there's a problem. Square Enix President and CEO Yoichi Wada has addressed Final Fantasy XIV’s failures in no uncertain terms and revealed that the fallout from the title’s release isn't only an external affair. In a comprehensive post to the... More
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