Comment on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Quite Spectacular by Anonymous:

Doesn’t really matter. They had the gall to shelf out and maintain one of the most ridiculous MMOs in recent history for months and they bitterly admitted their incompetence by “graciously allowing” players to play for free. To be honest, it should have been them paying us money to play, not the other way around.

And now, after months of antagonizing core fans and casual players they want to stick to the subscription model because “they want to keep their promises”. How fucking generous of them. Makes me want to award them a Soiled ChocoBOO Statuette +1 with a heartfelt “go fuck yourselves” on top.

Whatever. After all this monkey business, this game should have been B2P at worst. That’s buying a disc-based/digital copy and playing forever, for all the pedestrians.


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