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Final Fantasy XIV Online Screenshots and Images - 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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</configuration>