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There are many ways to play through Final Fantasy XIV’s Shadowbringers expansion. I am playing as a goggle-wearing Viera Dancer, dancing and damaging my way toward the finish line. I can’t cover all of the job class changes, role-based questlines, and side content before my review drops. But other FFXIV players can certainly tell me all about them.

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It’s ridiculous. Every time I log in to work my way through Final Fantasy XIV’s latest expansion, I find more things to gush over. Rather than spam my Twitter followers with GIFs and references to Shadowbringers, I’m using the third leg of my journey towards a full review to get all the goodness thus far out of my system.

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Here stands Clan Destine, level 70 red mage, ready to take on the ultimate story battle in Final Fantasy XIV's latest expansion. She'll get to it eventually, but there's a lot more to Stormblood than epic battles and new job classes.

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After my first month in NCsoft's martial arts MMO Blade & Soul I hit a wall. I wasn't annoyed or frustrated. In fact up to that point I'd been enjoying myself immensely. I was satisfied with what I had played, and felt no need to continue. That's odd, right?

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Welcome to the third and final MMO Log before we slap a review on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn and call it the better part of a month. This week I'm taking a look at the PlayStation 3 version of the game, which is just like the PC version after three or four beers.

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Last week, I posted less-than-favourable launch day impressions of Trion Worlds' Defiance, the massively multiplayer shooter tie-in to SyFy's upcoming original series. I bemoaned the lack of PC options, criticised the silly vehicle physics and worried over its lack of general chat functionality. A week later those issues are still present, yet I've been playing voraciously whenever free time strikes. Here's why.

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It's the final week of my coverage of En Masse Entertainment's massively multiplayer fantasy role-playing game Tera. Normally at this point I would be sick to death of playing and eager to reclaim my free time. Instead, I find myself more invested in the game than ever before.