Final Fantasy XI

Final Fantasy XI

  • Publisher
    Square Enix
  • Developer
    Square Enix Product Development Division 3
  • Release date
    16 May 2002

Squaresoft's legendary Final Fantasy series embarks on an entirely new adventure where players from around the world will be able to join forces for an online RPG quest. Players from around the world control the fate of the world of Vana'diel as they volunteer for missions to defend its nations and people. Customizable characters allow players to tailor physical attributes and skills to suit individual tastes. Adventures span over 100 different areas such as mountains, deserts, oceans, castles and dungeons. Environments take on a life of their own as time and weather constantly change. Fight, explore, email and chat with other people from around the world.

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AGM score 81%
IGN 8
GameSpot 8.2
tank
online
e3 2000
pay-to-play
health
death
explosion
bomb
gun
helmet
cutscene
classes
melee
real-time combat
hit points
mercenary
griefing
camping
kill stealing
e3 2002
polygonal 3d
achievements
downloadable content
sausage
steam
gamersgate
third-person perspective
fist
direct2drive
dnas
e3 2005
fantasy
door
turn-based
customizable characters
loot gathering
party system
experience points
anthropomorphism
e3 2003
bullet
non-player character
stat tracking
super meter
table
multi-species roster
first-person perspective
currency
book adaptation
boss fight
bosses
jump
staircase
heads up display
magic
sword
inventory
giant insects
fish
human
shopping
bow
hat
key
side quests
slashing weapons
potion
knight
magic staff
been here before
shoes
blunt weapons
cloak
poison
status effects
damage over time
logo box art
original soundtrack release
loading screens
blindness
pie
armor
grinding
guild
mmorpg
day/night cycle
random loot
leveling up
character creation
chain mail
crossbow
beetles
dual wielding
kobolds
earrings
persistent world
damage per second
power leveling
vendor trash
veteran rewards
haste
asian style
summoning
chimera
romance
steampunk
artificial intelligence
open-world
dialogue trees
katana
mounts
attributes
transforming boss
axe
knife
meteor
questing
ring
damage numbers
elements
androgyny
flare
ancient advanced civilization technology
plate armor
giant enemy worm
behemoth
chocobo
airship
spell
moogles
black magic
tonberry
malboro
fictional currencies
roman numerals
flan
coeurl
war veterans
white magic
class change
attachments
magical stone
kill quest
killing rats
pom-pom
mythril
gil
eidolon
zu
e3 2006
holy
ahriman
remedy
magic pot
pre-release public testing
never-ending
raid
warriors
sequel is in a different genre
player vs player
level up health refill
gold farming
particle system
fishing rod
crystal
shoe horned controls
elves
alchemy
leather armor
slip cover packaging
pc to console port
spin-off
manticore
full motion video
minotaurs
training
reputation
benchmark included
profanity
dancing
harp
wand
instance
scythe
no jumping
vajra
spike video game awards 2003
inventory loss
bandersnatch
playable via wine
sushi
dragoon
goblins
polearm
aggro
clan
lamia
gae bolg
lunar cycle
tokyo game show 2010
respawn justification
job system
shotel
werebats
great axe
cockatrice
keyboard and mouse support for consoles
fungoids
gargoyles
elementals
pickpocketing anatomy
antlions
weapon
hecteyes
coordinated attack
losing experience
bards
cross-platform multiplayer
card collection
funguar
hume
sahagin
playonline
mithra
elvaan
tarutaru
galka
technique points
great club
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About Final Fantasy XI

Final Fantasy XI is released by Square Enix in 16 May 2002. The game is designed by Square Enix Product Development Division 3. Final Fantasy XI is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing Final Fantasy XI is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Final Fantasy XI will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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Final Fantasy XI is versatile and does not stand still, but it is never too late to start playing. The game, like many Role-playing (RPG) games has a full immersion in gaming. AllGame staff continues to play it.

Final Fantasy XI is perfect for playing alone or with friends.

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