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You call this a game worth to bring out?,
This review is from: Final Fantasy XIV - Standard Edition (PC CD) (DVD-ROM)After having so mutch game devolpment experience than you bring this out?
The new FFXIV haves a crappy payment system a very outdated character creation system.
The lag is terrible,theres no auction house system,no housing ar at least a box or something to put your items in.
You cant sort your inventory out,the are almost no mobs to fight in the starting area's.
The crafting and gathering system looks very bad and i can go on and on.
Squere enix brought a beta on the market where they expect people to pay for,and that is a shame for a company that haves that mutch experience
with making sutch beautiful games.
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Initial post: 4 Oct 2010 13:03:47 BDT
Unfortunately all new MMOs have these sort of problems, it's nothing new for SE. You need to be prepared for it before you decide to buy.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Oct 2010 05:35:09 BDT
most of them bring out a good working game with enough working options.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Oct 2010 08:32:49 BDT
Name one hyped MMO the past 5 years that _didn't_ have any trouble whatsoever.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Oct 2010 08:34:06 BDT
Not sure what planet you're from but most MMOs I've played in recent times have had tons of problems. Overcrowded servers, bugs in gameplay/graphics and good ol' fashioned crashes to desktop.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Oct 2010 18:29:37 BDT
Try Aion,that started pretty good.
Than you proberbly say that that they where bussy for a year in Asia,but SE is also no amature on building MMO's and you can expect better from them.
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Oct 2010 10:02:03 BDT
No Wim, Aion merged servers after only a few months and the server queues and crashes were nothing short of a nightmare at release.
In some regards Aion and FFXIV have a lot in common. They're both asian and in a way that puts them in a different category, even though the developers tried to "westernize" both games.
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Oct 2010 18:30:57 BDT
A server que is normal to a new game and becouse of that to have a server crash of the to many people is normal for a new game,and the server merge after i believe about 6 months is also normal of the players going to other new games and that you get empty servers are normal progres in a game that you hopefully get back after later to come expansions.
What i sayd in beginning is that the game play that SE put in the new game that is to poorly for a game devolper of this caliber,that they are MMO builders with a long history included FFXI that i played over 5 years and than to say to your players that your coming with a brand new FFXIV and also saying to your players that your building on it for 5 years and than deliver the game that they done last week has to say enough.
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