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Final Fantasy Online Obsessives To Be Rewarded

  Some days, one massively-multiplayer online role-playing game isn't quite enough. Sometimes, it seems eminently necessary to subscribe to two. Especially if they're from the same company. Even if one of them is a little long in the tooth, now. Sound familiar? If it does, then congratulations on having deep pockets and lots of free time. Square Enix will be showing their appreciation shortly. Full details of the bonuses on offer to the truly dedicated after the jump. Read More


Final Fantasy XI Ultimate Collection Announced

Square Enix will be releasing the Final Fantasy XI collection to end all Final Fantasy XI collections this holiday. If you haven't jumped on the wagon yet, doing so less than a year before the launch of the next online Final Fantasy will at least get you the best value. "The Ultimate Collection" will be released on November 10th for the PC and Xbox 360 and will include every piece of Final Fantasy XI content ever released all for $20. That's the four previously collected expansion packs, two expansions released earlier this year, and an all new "Shantotto Ascension" expansion – a game and seven expansion packs for $20. Read More


More Final Fantasy XI Expansions Announced

If you're one of the many dedicated players still slogging away at Final Fantasy XI, be prepared to drop some more money on the infamous time-suck. Though there are currently four expansions to date, Square Enix apparently believes gamers aren't spending as much time in Van'adiel as they should be. To remedy this, they're unleashing three more expansions into the MMO scene, with the first of the series becoming available later in the month. Those of you with friends you can't yank away from the game, keep them away from the internet for a while so they won't find out. Read More


Square Enix Still in the MMO Business

Back in 2003 Final Fantasy XI released in North America and while many fans of the series quickly burned out on the very grindy nature of it, it did manage to capture a very healthy player base. Since then FFXI has been overshadowed by the subscription based behemoth known as World of Warcraft but not to the point that Square Enix has decided to abandon the MMO genre all together. So what's next? Read More


Final Fantasy XI NPC Joins the Cast of Dissidia: Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy XI is like the bastard child of the Final Fantasy universe. Everyone knows it exists but if you're not one of the people addicted to it, you don't really care about it. With Dissidia: Final Fantasy sporting such characters as Sephiroth, Cloud, and Kefka, I wouldn't expect Square-Enix to even recognize any of the characters occupying FFXI's world of Vana'diel - I mean, no one else really recognizes them, right? Wrong! Looks like Dissidia will be getting a combatant from FFXI and that fighter goes by the name of Shantotto, a Tarutaru NPC from the city of Windhurst who seems to have a rather huge following among fans of the game. The FFXI Fan festival in Japan brought exciting news for FFXI and Dissidia fans. NPC character Shantotto will be making her way to to the PSP title as the game's first secret character. Famitsu is also reporting that she will be voiced by Magumi Hayashibara, perhaps best known for her roles as Faye Valentine in Cowboy Bebop and Rei Ayanami in Neon Genesis Evangelion. -- Square Insider Not going to lie, I have played some Final Fantasy XI. Back in 2003 when it came out, I grinded myself a Level 63 THF/NIN and was set to keep going until I realized that the game wasn't really all that great. I can see the appeal and I think it was smart of Square to throw this character into Dissidia - Final Fantasy XI has a rabid fanbase and it really could hit a whole other market. One filled with people who really love spending 6+ hours in one place killing crabs. Read More