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Final Fantasy XI
Game Description:Squaresoft's legendary Final Fantasy series embarks on a new adventure where players from around the world are able to join forces for a persistent online quest. Gamers will control the fate of Vana'diel as they volunteer for missions to defend its nations and people. Customizable characters allow players to tailor physical attributes and skills to suit individual tastes as they select from five different races and 15 different jobs. Adventures span across 100 different areas such as mountains, deserts, oceans, castles and dungeons, and environments take on a life of their own as time and weather constantly change. As an added bonus, the Japanese expansion pack Rise of the Zilart has been included free of charge for American audiences.
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