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Famitsu Sits Down With Naoki Yoshida At Fan Festival
With the recent North American Fan Festival, Final Fantasy XIV’s second expansion pack was announced, and I think that many players are aware of the information that was announced during the Fan Festival. However, on the same day, Yoshi-P was interviewed by Famitsu and the interview was published a couple of weeks after the North […]
FFXIV Contest For Knowledge
Ever since we first heard about the Final Fantasy XIV lore book that was in the works, we’ve been incredibly excited, anxious, and yes, maybe even a little turned on while awaiting its debut. At this years’ Fan Festival in Las Vegas, the Enclycopaedia Eorzea made its North American debut and ended up selling out before […]
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