Final Fantasy XI with Internal Hard Disk Drive


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The world of Vana'diel is a crossroads of magic, swords, and technology.It is also a battlefield where heroes face monsters that thrive in darkness. The struggle centers on the control of crystals: sacred stones that are the fundamental source of all creation. The monsters showed no mercy as they laid waste to beautiful towns, ravaged the land, and polluted the streams and rivers of Vana'diel. But the people united to seize victory from the jaws of the beastmen, earning themselves temporary respite from a life-and-death struggle.Twenty years have passed since the people's great victory. But now, even as the memories of battle have begun to fade, a new evil grows inside Vana'diel.And it hungers for the power of the crystals.

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ESRB Rating: T (Teen 13+)

Game Genre: Action/Adventure Game


Product Title: Final Fantasy XI with Internal Hard Disk Drive

Manufacturer: Sony

Lowest Price: $43.95 from Marketplace

Power Score: 3.9 | 22 Reviews

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Final Fantasy XI w/ HDD

Strengths: Preloaded on HDD

Weakness: Takes up alot of HDD space; HDD not really supported at all

Final Fantasy XI is the first online Fantasy for the PS2. It is only available with the purchase of the HDD. The game itself is actually quite straightforward as you need to complete your quest in the Final Fantasy Universe. This time however, the game was made where you will need the help of others playing the game online as well. The game is expensive, as there is a monthly fee of $12 after the...
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By dago2727 - Sep 21, 2005


Strengths: its all good really, it reminds me of Runescape.. just alot mre detail etc etc

Weakness: The pay, i really think they should change that, or make it atleast a bit cheaper, its really quite unfair seeing as we have to buy the game for an exspensive price plus the internet bill on top :/

If your a hardcore Final Fantasy fan, then you'l probably fall in love with this game straight away.. theres no doubt about it. Just the money issues are a big let down.

By anonymous; - Sep 5, 2005

great online rpg

Strengths: very fun, lots of jobs

Weakness: time consuming

I played this game for over half a year and I had a lot of fun. There are several jobs and races and national alligences. I was a White Mage Tarutaru from Windurst. This game is the first online from the FF series. If you are a fan of MMORPGs and Final Fantasy, you will love this game. The only bad thing is the online fees and the time it takes to level. You can only create one character. Each...
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By Tomoyochan - Jul 11, 2005

The Fantasy is never Final

Strengths: Online RPG, Hours of gameplay, deep job system

Weakness: The hard drive is practically useless, Monthly fee a tad high, not the Final Fantasy game fans were looking for

I have been a Final Fantasy fan since the first one came out and have purchased every stateside iteration of the main series. With that being said, I find myself dissapointed by this game. Its not that FFXI is a bad game, its actually a masterpiece, its that this isn't Final Fantasy in the way you may be looking. Alas, as the saying goes, change is good, and if your an MMORPG fan, then this will...
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By Otherguy676 - Jul 8, 2005

I have mixed feelings about Final...

Strengths: Large community, great graphics and sound, familiar Final Fantasy settings and feel, expansion packs available.

Weakness: An expensive habit to start and maintain, pales in comparison to the better looking PC version, no offline components, new slim PS2 does not support harddrive.

I have mixed feelings about Final Fantasy's first online venture. It's not a traditional Final Fantasy game and is unlike any of the other games in the series. At the same time, it's probably one the best (if not THE best) MMORPG on the market. To me, MMORPG has a long way to go before becoming a mainstream product which is easily accessible to all players. But given the restrictions and...
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By sabin23 - Jul 1, 2005

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