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COMMENCEZ UNE NOUVELLE AVENTURE AVEC L'ÉDITION COMPLÈTE DE FINAL FANTASY XI Partez à l'aventure à travers ce jeu de rôle en ligne dans le monde de Vana'diel®, un univers de fantaisie, d'aventures et d'exploration. Répondez à l'appel et ralliez les joueurs venus du monde entier, afin de devenir le héros dont Vana'diel a besoin.
Date de parution: 19 avr 2013
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Important announcement to owners of FINAL FANTASY XI on Steam

Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, the Seekers of Adoulin standalone expansion pack will not be available for purchase on Steam. However, we're pleased to announce that our fans who have previously purchased a version of FFXI on Steam will be able to purchase the FINAL FANTASY XI: Ultimate Collection Seekers Edition through Steam at a special discounted rate.

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COMMENCEZ UNE NOUVELLE AVENTURE AVEC L'ÉDITION COMPLÈTE DE FINAL FANTASY XI Partez à l'aventure à travers ce jeu de rôle en ligne dans le monde de Vana'diel®, un univers de fantaisie, d'aventures et d'exploration.

Répondez à l'appel et ralliez les joueurs venus du monde entier, afin de devenir le héros dont Vana'diel a besoin. Découvrez de nouvelles créatures, devenez le pionnier de contrées sauvages et menez à bien les quêtes parsemant le chemin de votre audacieuse aventure.

Grâce aux cinq extensions incluses, votre monde s’ouvrira à des possibilités infinies.

  • Le jeu de rôle original primé par la critique qui vous a apporté la série des FINAL FANTASY en ligne est inclus !
  • 30 jours de souscription gratuite pour jouer à FINAL FANTASY XI pour tous les nouveaux inscrits
  • Inclut les cinq extensions : Rise of the Zilart®, Chains of Promathia®, Treasures of Aht Urhgan®, Les guerriers de la Déesse® et Explorateurs d'Adoulin®
  • Inclut les trois scénarios additionnels : L’augure du cristal™ - L’écho des âmes perdues, Songe d’une nuit de Moogle™ - Un festival d’embûches et Les manigances de Shantotto™ - Le pire complot de Vana’diel
  • Inclut les 3 battle add-ons: Abyssée, terre défendue™, Les périls d’Abyssée™ et Les maîtres d’Abyssée™
  • La collection Adoulin inclut un code exclusif pour obtenir les objets Maillot chocobo et Bonnet destrier en jeu !
Maillot Chocobo

Ce nouvel équipement pour le torse sera le garant de votre élégance grâce à ses broderies et son collier inspirés des chocobos. Le maillot chocobo fonctionne de pair avec le bonnet destrier afin de faciliter vos premiers pas dans l’aventure !

Bonnet Destrier

Cet adorable bonnet renferme tout le nécessaire pour les aventuriers débutants. C’est également l’accessoire de mode idéal pour témoigner de votre admiration envers les fidèles montures de Vana’diel !

Configuration requise

    Minimum:

    • OS:Windows® Vista/7/8
    • Processor:Intel® Pentium®III 800Mhz or faster
    • Memory:128 MB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce™ series with 32 MB or ATI® RADEON™ 9000 series
    • DirectX®:8.1
    • Hard Drive:15 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX®8.1 compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection

    Recommended:

    • OS:Windows® 7
    • Processor:Intel® Pentium®4 processor
    • Memory:256 MB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce FX™ series or GeForce 6 series
    • DirectX®:8.1
    • Hard Drive:15 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX®8.1 compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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34 personne(s) sur 39 (87%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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I've played alot of MMO's over time. You name it I've tried it but I usually can't stand to stick around past the 2 week mark. This game is a game that has broken that cycle. There is so much content and so much to do that if you are a new player.. you have LOADS of fun ahead. It plays alot like the SNES Final Fantasy when it comes to the combat but with more timing involved. I've been playing this for 26 days now and my current main class is only 56 and the cap is 99! There is 22 Classes in all but only 6 basic classes availible from the start Warrior, White Mage, Red Mage, Black Mage, Monk, Thief. Your best bet when first starting out is to ask around your starting town for a friendly linkshell. That's what I did. Fair warning however. If you don't like working with others you are not going to like this game. This game is very team effort focused and it works well that way. Overall, it's my favorite MMO and now my personal favorite Final Fantasy. If you want someone that's different from all the WOW clones out today give it a try! I'm Tokitaki on Odin if you decide to play!
Posté le : 26 novembre 2013
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13 personne(s) sur 13 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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I played this game for many years when it first came out. I played all the way up to wings of the goddess. So when this came out, and it was on sale, I decided to give it a try again. To say things had changed was an understatement.

What was once a game you couldn't even TRY to solo before, and took hours and hours to get anything you wanted, within a week I was playing how I wanted. With the addition of Trust magic, an easily accessible magic that makes it so you can summon up to three NPCs, leveling has never been easier. Level caps on a lot of the content has been removed as well, so with any high level character you can do most of the previous content without the help of others (Not that you have to do it like that).

With the addition of the field support manuals (which help you level as well), A new sub menu to quests (That also help you level!) and the ability to teleport between home points for a small fee, the game is worth picking up again. Not a perfect MMO, but it's a classic as far as they go.
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8 personne(s) sur 9 (89%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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If you want a more old-school MMORPG that has actual story and where everything isn't automatically handed to you, this is it. It's not as hard core as it used to be, but there is still plenty of challenge left.
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11 personne(s) sur 16 (69%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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I enjoyed XI. Sure, I played it after I played XIV 1.0 but I enjoyed both a lot. XI has a lot of content, but not a large playerbase since the launch of XIV: ARR. The issue with that is that most of this game is meant to be played with as a group, and so you may get pretty screwed unless you can find some good friends to come in with you. If you enjoyed XII then you will enjoy XI's combat as it's pretty similar.

The game is also heavily built upon adventure and discovery. Boss monsters in the world spawn rarely but give good loot upon kill. Areas are large with sweeping landscapes filled with horrid monsters and a few dungeons as well. All of these bring out the best in the game. You don't have maps of areas from the getgo either, you have to buy them in game when you find a vendor that'll give em to you, so having a web atlus open can help.

However, in the end, the grind in this game can be horrid if you just can't stand people or grinding. You will have to group up with people in what are called "Book Burn Parties" to get through most of the game now and in to a point where you can enjoy the new content. Honestly though they're a blast. People are a pleasure to talk to and after you get use to what they're doing it's easy to fall in line and contribute to the grind.
Posté le : 27 novembre 2013
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55 personne(s) sur 103 (53%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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I wanted to like Final Fantasy XI, I really did. With four copies bought over the lifetime of the game, I've found myself flat out rage-quitting each time I tried to play. With a lack of friendly players, welcoming new-player-experience, and punishing penalties for death and failures, this game is nearly impossible for new players to get involved.

Sure it's an older game, and I don't blame veterans for sticking where they are, some fabled city that I've only heard through NPC rumor and the occasional slip of a rare player's tongue, but overall the existing areas new players will see are devoid of player contact. Hell, I saw absolutely zero players in the capital city of Windurst for most of my tenure in my most recent attempt to play.

Combat is slow, but I appreciate the chance to plan and the focus on timing abilities with casting times between incoming attacks. The problem is that the game's combat is (more or less) balanced for party play and there's almost no way to really set up a party in "modern day" Final Fantasy XI since nobody's around. Level up to 10, die, level down. The frustration from this cycle was maddening enough that I just couldn't continue.

While I was frustrated about the balancing of the game, I really wished that I could have spent some time on the story. There's a lot going on, albeit buried in text, that could easily keep your attention for a long time, but the game just seems to want to hide it from you. You get a mission or quest to do something, but the instructions are vague, requiring an outside resource to explain each step. You want some work so you can afford to buy slightly better equipment from NPCs since the auction house is laughably expensive, but NPCs don't look like they actually have a job for you to do.

"Frustrating" is the only word I can use to describe this game. I want to love it, but the complexities of it, the age of it, the progression of it's core playerbase, and the difficulty it's account management system uses all makes this impossible to recommend except to existing players.
Posté le : 26 novembre 2013
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