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Final Fantasy XIV

  1. Final Fantasy XIV Ends With an Epic Final Cutscene

    Final Fantasy XIV has had a tough life. Panned by critics and released at a time when the traditional subscription-based MMO is on the decline, Square Enix's second online adaptation of the classic RPG franchise undeniably fell flat, even by the relatively low standard set by cult classic Final Fantasy XI. This weekend is the game's so-called "grand finale," where loyal players can sign on and take giant, high-level boss battles before the servers shut down tonight at midnight, Pacific time. In honor of the game's "ending," Square Enix has released an extended cutscene to serve as the game's cinematic climax.

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  2. Poor State of Final Fantasy XIV Leads to Extended Free Trial

    Final Fantasy XIV released to a bevy of complaints and criticisms, even leading one Square Enix stockholder to ragequit and sell off his stock, causing a dip in Square Enix's stock shares for a day. Square Enix has taken note of the numerous complaints and the overall poor reception the game has received from critics and users alike, and has extended the free trial another thirty days to all users who have purchased a character prior to October 25th, 2010.

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  3. Final Fantasy XIV Ragequit Costs Square Enix $26 Million

    According to a rumor floating around, a Final Fantasy XIV player was so fed up with what he felt was the game's poor quality, that he ragequit, like everyone who has ever played a video game in the history of video games has done at least once in their life. The difference here, is the Japanese player reportedly sold $26 million dollars of Square Enix stock, causing the company's stock value to drop 1800 yen per share, to 1735 per share.

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  4. Geekolinks: 8/28

    Final Fantasy XIV Beta Starts Tuesday (Joystiq) StarCraft II Will Get Patched Next Month (Kotaku) True Blood's Stephen Moyer as Dr. Doom? (ScreenRant) Gummy Bear Art (FlavorWire) Questionable Predator Shirt (Fashionably Geek) Walk Like The Batman (Neatorama) Walk Like the Submariner (Bleeding Cool) (image via Topless Robot.)

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  5. E3 Day 3 In Review, and the Best Game of E3

    It’s been a wild ride at my first and hopefully not last (anybody in the media want to hire me?) Electronic Entertainment Expo. I got to play a ton of great games and it feels strange knowing that I won’t be able to play unreleased titles when I go back to real life. I anticipate a severe withdrawal period and a whole lot of checking and rechecking release dates for everything I saw at E3 that I now can’t wait to own. But it wouldn’t be a real day at E3 if I didn’t add some more games to that list of must-haves. Here’s a rundown of everything that I played today, from the great to the greater.

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