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Posted: Dec 8th 2011 9:00PM Ordegar said

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This exemplifies the phrase, "whipping a dead horse".

Square Enix, the horse is dead; it's not going to go anywhere.

Posted: Dec 9th 2011 12:35AM ImperialPanda said

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FFXIV posts have the best screenshots.

Posted: Dec 9th 2011 12:50AM (Unverified) said

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Too little, too late.

Which is sad, since I loved FFXI and wanted to play FFXIV until it actually came out. Oh well...

Posted: Dec 9th 2011 3:45AM Raikulxox said

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Once 1.20 releases, the only other thing that needs fixing to make it worth a full sub fee is a better Linkshell management system. Once they implement that and start adding more content, I'll gladly pay the $15 a month.

Posted: Dec 9th 2011 7:02AM stephen09181981 said

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i notice they are getting ready to start charging pretty soon my only question is how many people wanna sub for the long term

Posted: Dec 9th 2011 7:30AM JayDay said

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Nothing can help this game imho. I still feel ripped off buying it.

Posted: Dec 9th 2011 10:17AM Laren said

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omg stop the presses.... a failed game gets a basic feature!

Posted: Dec 9th 2011 3:30PM bunnzilla said

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@Laren

Agreed, I mean everything being added should have been a no questions asked in; added in alpha and tweaked.
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Posted: Dec 9th 2011 5:59PM alyosha17 said

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Im kind of amazed at how long it takes them to add things. I can understand not adding in a market ward search feature, because effectively that makes the market wards redundant, but taking over a year to add a working party-search feature is a little slack. I realise they are readying themselves for ffxiv 2.0. But nobody asked them to do that. What people asked for was basic functionality. And it's been well over a year. When V2.0 hits, it might end up ruining the game even more anyway, so how can they expect you to pay for something when the future is so tentative, and the past so wrought with slack development.

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