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Final Fantasy XI with PS2 Hard Drive  (PlayStation 2)

Release Date: 03/24/2004

Format:NTSC-U/C

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Final Fantasy XI with PS2 Hard Drive
PlayStation 2
  • Publisher: SQUARE
  • Genre: RPG, Online Games
  • Platform: PlayStation 2
  • Rating: Teen

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Price: $50.96 - $59.95

The complete condition of pre-owned Final Fantasy XI with PS2 Hard Drive includes Manual, Box, All other Accessories

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SPECIAL NOTES

  • Online gameplay only. Requires PS2 Network Adapter to play.

  • PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

    Final Fantasy XI with PS2 Hard Drive (PlayStation 2)

    Experience a brand-new gaming universe that contains the same award-winning visual content, innovative gameplay, and deep storylines but connect to the same world regardless of whether you are playing on a PS2 or a PC by using the the internal Hard Disk Drive and the Network Adaptor to get online. This online title will be available pre-installed on the internal Hard Disk Drive.

    A massively multiplayer online RPG, Final Fantasy XI takes place in the world of Vana’diel. During a respite from the usually conflict-ridden land, three nations, Bastok, San d’Oria, and Windurst, hire leagues of adventurers to fight with their symbol,or signet, in order to take control of the many regions of Vana’diel, thus avoiding a direct conflict with the other nations. With this storyline, thousands of players can play this game together, at once.

    Final Fantasy XI features a unique conquest system. Every week, the three fighting nations are to be ranked. The highest-ranking nation gets to enjoy larger shops and more items to trade for, while the lowest nation has fewer items. To balance any inequalities between skill levels, the lower-ranked nations are given more time to play for a signet. Once time runs out, the player has to go back to one of the major cities, or an outpost in their country’s control to allow the player to play under a signet.

    A big difference between this multiplayer game and one-player games is that you are able to communicate with other players. These linkshells are a form of communication that allow for the passing on of information and allowing players of the same team to band together and form parties.