Since its 2013 relaunch as A Realm Reborn, Final Fantasy XIV is one of the best massively multiplayer role-playing games going, but let’s not forget the poor performance, shoddy lighting effects and nightmarish copy-pasted landscapes from the original 2010 release that made the relaunch necessary in the first place.
In a somewhat unexpected move, Yokai Watch characters are coming to Final Fantasy XIV in a future update.
On this, the eve of the official launch of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, let's take a look back at the original release of Square Enix's second Final Fantasy MMO, and reflect on the wrongs the new version is trying to right.
Final Fantasy XIV's arrival in 2010 is looking more and more likely, as Square Enix has opened up the application process for the upcoming PC and PlayStation 3 massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
Square Enix's next Final Fantasy themed massively multiplayer online game is coming to the PlayStation 3 and PC next year. As good as Final Fantasy XIV Online looks in screen shots, its concept art may outshine it.
Final Fantasy fans were shocked and/or delighted to see the fourteenth entry in the series officially announced at Sony's E3 2009 media briefing. Final Fantasy XIV is taking the series back online, a PlayStation 3 and PC "exclusive" MMO.