Based on the optional dungeon in Final Fantasy III where the game's most robust equipment can be found, the Forbidden Land of Eureka comes to Final Fantasy XIV in patch 4.25 on March 13, bringing with it brand new gameplay mechanics and powerful new equipment to acquire and enhance.
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The release of new player housing in Final Fantasy 14 has traditionally meant a mad dash for sparse land followed by angry forum posts about how bad the housing system is. Thanks to new guidelines and restrictions limiting the amount of land players can own, today's land expansion went relatively smoothly.
A couple of weeks back, Square Enix finally gave Final Fantasy 14 Bards the ability to play real music. Now YouTube is filling with great (and only occasionally terrible) Bard performances.
Toward the end of Games Com this past week in Germany, there was a cosplay contest for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. Naoki Yoshida, the game's director, helped judge it. "Step on me, please," he told the winner.
Now that our Final Fantasy 14: Stormblood review is up, there are only four things left to do. Beat the final boss battle and dance, dance, dance. YouTube video creator Denmo has those last three covered with an outstanding musical journey through the expansion. Mind the spoilers.
Frustration over Final Fantasy XIV's housing shortage has come to a head after two players angered a lot of others by buying up 28 homes in the land-strapped massively multiplayer online game. Now, players are questioning whether virtual housing is an equal right or a privilege meant for the rich and over-dedicated.
Since Final Fantasy XIV's Stormblood expansion launched in early access on Friday morning, I've leveled a Red Mage from 50 to 60 and taken my first steps into the city state of Ala Mhigo. Imagine what I could have accomplished had the servers been anywhere near stable!