Final Fantasy XIV Online Previews - PS3

Final Fantasy XIV Online
Game Description: Square Enix pairs up with producer Hiromichi Tanaka to bring the next chapter in the Final Fantasy franchise with this second MMORPG set to be released in 2010.
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    E3 2010: Final Fantasy XIV Preview

    The venerable Final Fantasy franchise continues on, and we get a look at the newest entry in this E3 2010 Final Fantasy XIV preview.

    Posted: Jun 17, 2010

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    Final Fantasy XIV GamesCom 2009 Preview

    The lines on the show floor at Square-Enix's booth were too long, so I didn't get the chance to get my hands on Final Fantasy XIV, but I did get the chance to sit in on a roundtable interview with global online producer Sage Sundi and game producer Hiromichi Tanaka.

    Posted: Aug 21, 2009

  • Final Fantasy 14 Online: A Realm Reborn Tokyo Game Show 2012 Trailer

    Posted: September 19, 2012

    1,651 Views | 02:06

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, August 2nd

    Posted: August 2, 2012

    27,699 Views | 07:25

  • Final Fantasy 14 Online: A Realm Reborn Launch Trailer

    Posted: July 26, 2012

    4,378 Views | 01:15

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, December 8th

    Posted: December 8, 2011

    63,054 Views | 07:44


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