Some enterprising individuals have apparently located pages on the official Final Fantasy: A Realm Reborn website for a new class (Arcanist) and a new Job (Summoner). This does make sense as Yoshida told us that he had decided to put a summoner in the game (all the way back in October 2011). Recall that he
Armoury: A Collection of Weapons and Tools in a single location. One of the largest misconceptions flowing around the FFXIV fanbase, at least amongst the English and European Demographics, is that the Weapon Based Classes from the Armoury System in Final Fantasy XIV are interchangeable with the “Traditional Jobs” from previous Final Fantasy Job systems.
Right now, party play in FFXIV is somewhat of a semi-organized free-for-all. To paraphrase one community member, there is no real strategy to any party activity in this game. Instead of developing a solid party strategy, current party dynamics is to simply have enough bodies to throw at the enemy so players can spam enough
E3 is now behind us. FFXIV Producer Tanaka Hiromichi is back in Japan, working on the latest version update for FFXI and the FFXIV beta. However, that doesn’t mean we are through looking at all the exciting information to come out of the event! Expect a number of articles to pop up on Eorzeapedia this
Surprise! While Weekly Famitsu and Dengeki PlayStation are the two biggest sources of information we have for FFXIV when it comes to magazines, there are a few other publications out there that cover FFXIV as well. It is rare to see additional articles so close to some major announcements, but Dengeki Games decided to give
Did you enjoy all the new information this weekend? We had an official NA and JP site update and people on the forums have been sifting through the information and finding all sorts of interesting things. I know some people have been busy updating the wiki as well. Starting it all off though was a
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
Another day, another article. Today’s information is also courtesy of Famitsu. Along with the developer comments they had for the various classes, they also had a short one page interview with the three developers. Once again, let’s take a look at what Battle Director Atsushi Okada, Planner Sei Sato, and Planner Kenichi Iwao had to
The day of the FFXIV Beta Test Site opening is upon us. Many people are anxiously awaiting a chance to play the alpha build and test out game play. What better time than today for Square Enix to give us more detailed information about some of the classes people will be playing around with! Both
Going between two languages, it is easy for things to get lost in translation. Not only that, but for Final Fantasy XIV, the sites for each region are also presented in entirely different ways. That means sometimes there can be pictures or text in one that doesn't show up in the either. At the moment, we have extensive text on the NA site about some of the beast families like Aldgoats and Antelopes. However, the Japanese site does not contain any additional text, just the pictures that were released to the Japanese media as well. For those in Japan, they have to get their information from the magazines released this weekend or one of the several gaming news websites like GAME Watch or 4gamer. Let's check out what was in the magazines that isn't on the NA site as well as what things may have been lost along the way.
The official NA website was updated today with new information. There are also new screenshots as well. Most of them are from the trailer we saw at Tokyo Game Show. However, the first image of a Blacksmith and Lancer is very curious. There is a space in the middle of Azagba X’s name. Is this
Once again, we see very positive movement by Square Enix to keep players updated around the world at the same time. Today, as many of you already know, Weekly Famitsu magazine in Japan will be releasing an article talking about classes, tools crafters use, and new monsters. They have also updated the official Final Fantasy
Gamescom is over but the information and interviews are still coming out. We’ve seen interviews from sites like Famitsu and 4Gamer. Dengeki has not published their interview but chances are they are leaving it for Dengeki PlayStation magazine. Now we have a joint interview done by Thayos from ZAM and Chris Morell from PlayStation Blog.
This is Part 2 of our coverage of 4Gamer’s interview with Hiromichi Tanaka and Sage Sundi. In it, we learn about the battle system in FFXIV and get some more hints relating to character creation. (You can find part 1 here.) How to play FFXIV People attending gamescom had the chance to try out a
Today we’re excited to announce the launch of the Eorzeapedia podcast: Aetheryte Radio! Aetheryte Radio is the collaborative effort of two of the most popular Final Fantasy XI podcasts: Limit Break Radio and Pet Food Alpha. We’ve come together to deliver you a fun and exciting show that covers everything related to Final Fantasy XIV.
Thanks to some vigilant forum members, we have new information about FFXIV from Japan. Images were leaked late yesterday evening from a 9 page Japanese magazine article believed to be released this week. Chances are high this is coming from Weekly Famitsu. Weekly Famitsu often uses furigana, small characters above kanji to provide the correct