The Final Fantasy series enters the realm of online multiplayer gaming with Final Fantasy XI. Vana'diel features three nations teetering on the edge of war. Hordes of beastmen are threatening all three nations, and parties of adventurers are joining forces against them. But Vana'diel is also full of powerful crystals waiting to be crafted in beautiful items, minerals to be mined, friends to meet, and stories to discover.<br><br>Beginning players must first craft a character, deciding between three nationalities, five races, six classes, a variety of body types, and faces. As each character earns experience, however, the choice of job increases from the initial classes to include paladin, bard, ranger, beastmaster, and more. Also, characters can learn a skill allowing them to be in two classes simultaneously, and players can change class whenever they wish.
Final Fantasy XI Online (Microsoft Xbox 360, 2006)
$109.99 - $119.90
pros: Lots of content, innovative combat system, change your class, thriving economy, great-looking characters
cons: Heavy focus on group-play, time-consuming, clunky user-interface
A Great MMORPG Comes to Xbox 360
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pros: Graphics and adventures
cons: Monthly fee to play
This game could take awhile
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pros: Huge world, (you'll never do everything). Helpful community for newbies. Rewarding game play.
cons: Monthly fee. Sometimes very difficult and frustrating.
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