Square Enix announced numerous additions and changes to Final Fantasy XI at VanaFest, a special event in Tokyo dedicated to the company’s eight-year-old MMORPG. These changes are set to be released throughout 2010, thus confirming that the game will remain afloat through this year.
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To hear Square-Enix tell it, Vana’Diel is in dire peril pretty much ’round the clock. To highlight this, a compilation of every expansion for their online RPG Final Fantasy XI is coming out November 12 in Europe and other PAL territories, available exclusively through a Windows download. The Final Fantasy XI: Ultimate Collection will include all current retail expansions – Rise of the Zilart, Chains of Promathia, Treasures of Aht Urhgan, and Wings of the Goddess – as well as the recently-released add-ons A Crystalline Prophecy and A Moogle Kupo d’Etat. The upcoming A Shantotto Ascension will also be included.
A price has not yet been set for the European release of the collection, although the US version is set at $19.99 with a November 10 release.
Radio Free Jeuno returns! It’s been over two weeks since the update alongside the release of A Moogle Kupo d’Etat, and we’ve had time to partially digest the changes both have brought. Our impressions: mixed, to be charitable. Join Nerdboy, Alethea, and myself as we discuss the new things lurking about the wilds of Vana’Diel. Also, Nerdboy assaults the elderly. Like, a lot. Eight times.
We are accepting mailbag requests for a Q&A session in our next podcast, so please, fire off those comments and feedback… things! Whatever the plural noun form of feedback is. FFXI stuff, general stuff, questions about fanfiction that I wrote when I was young and stupid two weeks ago, it’s all good. Lay it on us, we’ll answer it. Continue reading ‘NPCast XI-2: This is Three Chocobo! Waaaaaark!’ »