It’s time for a Lost in Translation check! We have new official information in English but it doesn’t match up with everything that is out in Japanese. Let’s do a quick comparison of abilities and weapon skills and see what’s changed. Archer Ability Replenish: [J] Use up all of your arrows to be able to
After some screen shots were released from the playable Guildleve build at Gamescom, we jumped in and gave them an in depth analysis and even went as far as re-creating the image in English! With the release of a new image showing off the upgraded user interface, we figured it was time to do it
VanaFest 2010: [fergcorp_cdt_single date=”Sun, 28 Feb 2010 02:00:00 -500″] Well the good news is that VanaFest 2010 is around the corner. The bad news is that this is VanaFest and not EorzeaFest. As we’ve noted, it has been so long since we’ve had significant news from Square Enix – and now we’re getting a bit
Back in December we reported on Square Enix using Twitter and Facebook to spread the word about the upcoming release of FFXIII, and hoped that similar measures would be taken with FFXIV. Well, we are not fully there yet, but it looks like Square Enix is embracing social media more and more as we go
By my count, we had four major official site updates in 2009 (August 6, October 7, November 11 and December 23). Not surprisingly, the largest gap between updates was earliest, where 8 weeks went by without an update. But – this was not 8 weeks without news, as Gamescom was nestled in the middle of
Another day another tidbit of news. I could get used to this… First off, as we showed yesterday, there were a number of new images leaked, one of which looked to be some additional backstory. Well, a trusty forum member Kayne has come through for the community and translated the story. Overture It was approximately
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or asleep) for the past 8 hours, you know that there are some new leaked images out there showing the FFXIV character creation. So here they are: But anyone can just upload images – let’s dig at least a little deeper shall we?
So given our prior (and current) experience with Square Enix, we all know that getting information out of them can be difficult at times. But SE has been making strides lately (or so it seems), and there seems to be a concerted effort to increase the developer’s visibility in the social networks. The latest was
December 12th, 2009. On that day, the world was changed forever. Or at least that was the feeling in the room as the Chicagoland Pops Orchestra and the Elmhurst College Concert Choir performed the premier of the new arrangement of Dancing Mad from Final Fantasy VI, as scenes from both FFVI and Dissidia were played
Now that we have all digested the new information released by Square Enix on Wednesday, it is about time we took a look at exactly what information was released – both explicitly and implicitly. While some implications are obviously, some might be better labeled as speculation. Remember, while SE loves lore, they are very strict
A lot of facts have been released about the land of Eorzea that we will all occupy in the near future, and while eventually we will almost certainly see some official images from Square Enix, right now the best we can do is piece together what we do know and engage in some Cartography 101.
Every MMO game has a a variety of different content. Some is aimed at beginners, while some is designed for the most experienced of players. However apart from beginning and end game content, there are some parts of the game that are designed to be used by any player, no matter what their experience level.
Last week during Gamescom in Cologne, Germany we got our very first look at Final Fantasy XIV as Square Enix revealed a playable version of the game’s alpha build. During the event, several images were released showing off the new user interface. We’ve gone ahead and translated the images so that those of you who
While the receipt of the information that was released over the last few weeks was greatly appreciated by all, the speculation about what it all means is perhaps even more interesting. Methusaleh, one of our community members, has come up with a theory that ties together a lot of otherwise disjointed statements made by Squre