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Final Fantasy XI (PS2)

Final Fantasy XI (PS2)
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20 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Final Fantasy XI on Playstation 2

 

Patience is the only virtue you need here…

The battle engine feels similar to Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. You select your enemy, lock on, and draw your sword. Your attack speed is determined by your weapon; each one has a ‘Delay' statistic, the higher the delay, the slower your...

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Final Fantasy XI

 

Now more than enough Final Fantasy to go around for everyone.

Another noteworthy example is the inability to complete certain advanced job quests, which are all offered at level 30, but some are impossible to complete at that level (see Dragoon, Samurai, Ninja). Even if you attain the job of Summoner, you're...

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Final Fantasy XI

 

The question must be asked: “What have they done to Final Fantasy?” Being a long time die-hard Final Fantasy fan, someone that has played through every American version (and most of the Japanese versions) it could be argued that I know a thing or two...

Massive world ; Card game ; Audio effects ; Job system

Poor targeting ; Mediocre graphics ; 100 price tag

Actuall converstaion held right before playing this game, while talking to a friend who loved the PC version.. Andrew: "you realize this is nothing more then a porr Everquest clone, and you hate everquest." Friend: "Yeah, but it says Final Fantasy, so...

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Final Fantasy XI: Playstation 2 (PS2) Reviews - The Armchair Empire

 

When this game was first announced there were quite a few jokes cracked about there being a CG cut scene every three minutes, among other wisecracks

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Final Fantasy XI Review

 

Join the ranks of the gaming addicts as Final Fantasy XI makes its way to the PlayStation 2. Clear your schedules.

Final Fantasy XI is a game that, through time, proves to be a title that can thoroughly captivate the gamer due to its immersive experience. However, players that lack the time to make such a commitment to the title will find themselves paying for...

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Final Fantasy XI

 

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Summary: Two years after its initial debut in Japan, few can compete with the storyline depth and graphic beauty this title delivers. Although some feel that something may be lost in translation, Square Enix has remained as faithful as possible in...

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Final Fantasy XI

 

Six months after the excellent PC release, the PS2 version is upon us. While lacking in a few technical areas, it's otherwise a fine way to enjoy Square-Enix's MMORPG.

Wonderful MMORPG for veterans and newcomers alike; solid console execution

Lacking resolution and framerate; requires a lot of additional hardware to enjoy

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Final Fantasy XI for PS2 is worth every penny and you get your money worth

 

I purchased this video game for my son, and he loves it. He still plays with it continuously, and we have owned this game over a year. Many games once you beat it they are a waste of money, but not with this online interaction video game. Your children...

Excellent product would recommend to anyone with teenagers

Purchased video game over a year ago and have yet to have any problems

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Amazing, and yes, you do have to pay. Duh

 

In a world where nothing is free and MMORPGS (Massively-Multiplayer On-Line Role Playing Games) are years old by now, the fact that people are still shocked at companies charging prices for server upkeep and expansion, salaries and wages for employees,...

Easy to learn, huge world, many people online, fun, involving, change classes any time

Addicting, fit around real life, only for RPG enthusiasts

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Plagued with annoying issues....but amazingly addictive

 

When I heard that the latest Final Fantasy game was going to be online I wasn't particularly happy. This is a series of games that, I reasoned, had always been single player and should remain that way. When FFXI did come along it was also extremely...

Highly social game, nice graphics, job system

Forces you to party, moneymaking, repeated character and enemy models, extremely

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