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#1 Sep 01 2009 at 2:59 PM Rating: Excellent
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Don't know if anyone posted these videos yet.

http://www.gametrailers.com/video/gc-09-final-fantasy/55341


http://www.gametrailers.com/video/gc-09-final-fantasy/55343

They mentioned, there would still be support for 11 as long as there is an avid player base.


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Thanks for the videos, I hadn't seen them before.

The one that that stood out to me was the comment on voice chat.
Seems like they aren't planning on having it as an option with the initial launch, but they may consider adding it later.
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Thanks for the videos, I hadn't seen them before.

The one that that stood out to me was the comment on voice chat.
Seems like they aren't planning on having it as an option with the initial launch, but they may consider adding it later.


No problem. Hopefully they'll add it later on; I'm sure they will if enough people rant... lol
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I appreciate the videos, thank you.
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"Party play will be the main part for FFXIV"

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thanks for theses.

now, on the first i noticed something : in the "disciple of magic"'s staff there's some sort of stone with words engraved. (wasn't able to read it)

the lalafell in the alpha also has a stone like that in his staff.

but the staff on the aetherite screen don't have anything and the lalafell's staff is not the same design than the "disciple" so i don't think it's just part of the staff

i'd say theses may be tied with the magic you're casting, in that case chances that theses stones are tied to a category of magic(white, black, etc), being attached to weapons would means you can't switch during fight.(simple balance issue)

not that it brings much ^^;

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In other small news, something new was presented that I like about the new UI. It seems there are now buttons that pop up below or in the chat window that look at first like auto-translate but are actually dynamic buttons that high light choices to be made (in this case whether to accept warping or not from an aetheryte). Its small and used in other games, but that small nuance should really help people who prefer Keyboard + Mouse style. I also like how simple it is, it just pops up and says what object thing are you taking action against for clicking the button (Aetheryte in this demo). Will make organizing information through the chat window so much more intuitave. Again very small change, but a big one in terms of dynamic flow. Me like :)
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Very good videos. Chcocobo Mounts!! As well as other Mounts! I so hope they go the WoW and other MMO routes and give us Mounts. Also it seems as if they will allow Addons or some third party software like Vent, which is awesome! Although I would rather be on Vent during Raids and such. A lot of hints in these videos that are pointing in a good direction. Also I haven't played FFXI in about 3 years looking at the clips and scenes from FFXI, it amazes me how great the graphics were for it's time and in some instances still are better than some MMO's. FFXIV looks amazing in Alpha and it can only get better thru Beta and Launch! I really hate this waiting, I wish the game was coming out already...
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Very good videos. Chcocobo Mounts!! As well as other Mounts! I so hope they go the WoW and other MMO routes and give us Mounts. Also it seems as if they will allow Addons or some third party software like Vent, which is awesome! Although I would rather be on Vent during Raids and such. A lot of hints in these videos that are pointing in a good direction. Also I haven't played FFXI in about 3 years looking at the clips and scenes from FFXI, it amazes me how great the graphics were for it's time and in some instances still are better than some MMO's. FFXIV looks amazing in Alpha and it can only get better thru Beta and Launch! I really hate this waiting, I wish the game was coming out already...


Yeh, it seems to be coming along nicely. I'm really looking forward to the choco system; varieties of transportation.



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In other small news, something new was presented that I like about the new UI. It seems there are now buttons that pop up below or in the chat window that look at first like auto-translate but are actually dynamic buttons that high light choices to be made (in this case whether to accept warping or not from an aetheryte). Its small and used in other games, but that small nuance should really help people who prefer Keyboard + Mouse style. I also like how simple it is, it just pops up and says what object thing are you taking action against for clicking the button (Aetheryte in this demo). Will make organizing information through the chat window so much more intuitave. Again very small change, but a big one in terms of dynamic flow. Me like :)


Nice, thanks for pointing that out.
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thanks for theses.

now, on the first i noticed something : in the "disciple of magic"'s staff there's some sort of stone with words engraved. (wasn't able to read it)

the lalafell in the alpha also has a stone like that in his staff.

but the staff on the aetherite screen don't have anything and the lalafell's staff is not the same design than the "disciple" so i don't think it's just part of the staff

i'd say theses may be tied with the magic you're casting, in that case chances that theses stones are tied to a category of magic(white, black, etc), being attached to weapons would means you can't switch during fight.(simple balance issue)

not that it brings much ^^;


Interesting, we'll see ^^
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Also it seems as if they will allow Addons or some third party software like Vent, which is awesome!


Umm vent isn't an addon program, doesn't actualy effect the client just runs in the background, not much differant than running your own music in the background. And since they are makeing the game cross platform it would be mindnumbingly silly to allow addon programs, if for no other reason than the PS3 users wouldn't have access to them and be at a disadvantage.

I think it's safe to say if you get caught useing addons you will probably get banned.
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Also it seems as if they will allow Addons or some third party software like Vent, which is awesome!


Umm vent isn't an addon program, doesn't actualy effect the client just runs in the background, not much differant than running your own music in the background. And since they are makeing the game cross platform it would be mindnumbingly silly to allow addon programs, if for no other reason than the PS3 users wouldn't have access to them and be at a disadvantage.

I think it's safe to say if you get caught useing addons you will probably get banned.


I never said Vent was an Addon! And I didn't think about the PS3 aspect when it came to addons...
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true I was reading more into it than you said, sorry.

But yeah, 3rd party programs were a good part of the reason I quit WoW.. the prejudice against people who didn't use them pre BC was outright opressive. I tried again later when I heard it got better but found it was still there, just a bit more hidden. I'm of the opinnion that if not having an addon means I'm not worth thier time, then they aren't worth my time.
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true I was reading more into it than you said, sorry.

But yeah, 3rd party programs were a good part of the reason I quit WoW.. the prejudice against people who didn't use them pre BC was outright opressive. I tried again later when I heard it got better but found it was still there, just a bit more hidden. I'm of the opinnion that if not having an addon means I'm not worth thier time, then they aren't worth my time.


I agree. The only one that I think should be a requirement is Deadly Boss Mobs. Only because it is very useful for what the boss is going to throw at you, something that we got in FFXI without an addon. Everything else really shouldn't be a requirement. FFXI taught me a lot of mechanics that although different apply to WoW. Mana Conservation, Aggro Control etc.. The Addons on WoW, although helpful do make the game that much easier than it already is. But hey they are there and I use em. Questhelper, Atlas Loot, Xperl, DBM are the only ones I use. I lie when I say I have a threat meter, I really don't need it. Oh and I use Recount, I like to see how much damage and what spells worked the best for me.

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Very good videos. Chcocobo Mounts!! As well as other Mounts! I so hope they go the WoW and other MMO routes and give us Mounts. Also it seems as if they will allow Addons or some third party software like Vent, which is awesome! Although I would rather be on Vent during Raids and such. A lot of hints in these videos that are pointing in a good direction. Also I haven't played FFXI in about 3 years looking at the clips and scenes from FFXI, it amazes me how great the graphics were for it's time and in some instances still are better than some MMO's. FFXIV looks amazing in Alpha and it can only get better thru Beta and Launch! I really hate this waiting, I wish the game was coming out already...


Did they mention mounts? I must have missed it. Thanks for pointing it out!
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I agree. The only one that I think should be a requirement is Deadly Boss Mobs. Only because it is very useful for what the boss is going to throw at you, something that we got in FFXI without an addon. Everything else really shouldn't be a requirement. FFXI taught me a lot of mechanics that although different apply to WoW. Mana Conservation, Aggro Control etc.. The Addons on WoW, although helpful do make the game that much easier than it already is. But hey they are there and I use em. Questhelper, Atlas Loot, Xperl, DBM are the only ones I use. I lie when I say I have a threat meter, I really don't need it. Oh and I use Recount, I like to see how much damage and what spells worked the best for me.



I kind of feel they should stay away from "3rd party add-ons". If any "add-ons" are made, they should be limited and/or implemented by SE to ensure fairness.

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Did they mention mounts? I must have missed it. Thanks for pointing it out


lol, I was wondering the same but they did mention chocos after bringing up transportation.

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Did they mention mounts? I must have missed it. Thanks for pointing it out


lol, I was wondering the same but they did mention chocos after bringing up transportation.

Edited, Sep 1st 2009 11:53pm by GrandScale


It's in the end of the first Video.

"About Chocobo it will be in the game but it might be different from the other games how it will appear or how or what part of the game it will take, so please look forward to future announcements and other mounting systems there will be quite a few so look foward to it please."

It's not word for word but as close as I could get it. Seems intresting.

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I know I mentioned it in another thread but, wouldn't it be neet to get unarmed Magitek armor for a mount? hehe
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true I was reading more into it than you said, sorry.

But yeah, 3rd party programs were a good part of the reason I quit WoW.. the prejudice against people who didn't use them pre BC was outright opressive. I tried again later when I heard it got better but found it was still there, just a bit more hidden. I'm of the opinnion that if not having an addon means I'm not worth thier time, then they aren't worth my time.


I agree. The only one that I think should be a requirement is Deadly Boss Mobs. Only because it is very useful for what the boss is going to throw at you, something that we got in FFXI without an addon. Everything else really shouldn't be a requirement. FFXI taught me a lot of mechanics that although different apply to WoW. Mana Conservation, Aggro Control etc.. The Addons on WoW, although helpful do make the game that much easier than it already is. But hey they are there and I use em. Questhelper, Atlas Loot, Xperl, DBM are the only ones I use. I lie when I say I have a threat meter, I really don't need it. Oh and I use Recount, I like to see how much damage and what spells worked the best for me.

Edited, Sep 1st 2009 11:19pm by IamTuck


I've never played WoW, but I played WAR, and the add-ons just took everything out of the game for me. from one button chain macros, enemy target rings, to status notifiers. I can't beleive WoW has an add on that tells you when a boss mob is about to pull off a move... wait yes I do.......Blizzard ushered in the lazy gamer. Unfortunatly if anynew MMO doesn't spoon feed and/or simplify everything to the user then it gets lynched by the whawha cry babies.

Gone are the days of having to pay attention and playing as a cohesive team.

I look forward to the continued strict NO 3rd party add-ons policy.
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I've never played WoW, but I played WAR, and the add-ons just took everything out of the game for me. from one button chain macros, enemy target rings, to status notifiers. I can't beleive WoW has an add on that tells you when a boss mob is about to pull off a move... wait yes I do.......Blizzard ushered in the lazy gamer. Unfortunatly if anynew MMO doesn't spoon feed and/or simplify everything to the user then it gets lynched by the whawha cry babies.

Gone are the days of having to pay attention and playing as a cohesive team.

I look forward to the continued strict NO 3rd party add-ons policy.


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Yes, because being told what move a boss is using is really dumbing down the game. It tells you what the name of the move is, not what it does. That still requires user interaction and understanding, and the mod won't do that for you. FFXI gave more information about bosses moves than World of Warcraft did at first (before ingame boss notifications were added, or even the DBM/Bigwigs), yet I don't hear you slamming it.

Strict NO 3rd party add-on policy takes out too much ability to transform stock UIs (which are always horrible and terribly inefficient for people wanting to be the best they can in an MMO), and isn't appealing. You can enjoy your "purity" UI, and I'll enjoy ones I can tweak and perform better than a "purist".

Refusing to use add-ons (i.e. technology in game terms) because you're on some high horse doesn't make you better -- it just makes you a fool for not using what tools are available to you.
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It's in the end of the first Video.

"About Chocobo it will be in the game but it might be different from the other games how it will appear or how or what part of the game it will take, so please look forward to future announcements and other mounting systems there will be quite a few so look foward to it please."

It's not word for word but as close as I could get it. Seems intresting.


Yeh, sorry you're right, watched it over and heard it at very end of the first vid. She said it quite fast at about 3:54. It's interesting, she said "quite a few"... I wonder what other kinds of mounts they're thinking about.

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AT least if they add voice chat the pc and ps3 all ready have it and it would seem easy to add. I like how he called them jobs then back peddled to call them classes. I thought it was funny.
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Anyone notice that it looked like it was Limsa Lominsa in the back ground? Looked terrible, but it'll prolly be improved upon before release.
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Anyone notice that it looked like it was Limsa Lominsa in the back ground? Looked terrible, but it'll prolly be improved upon before release.


It's clearly because it's an Alpha build, not even FFXI had that bad of a design for visible areas in the background, i.e Jeuno from Airship, Bridges of Jeuno from various areas, Crags in the distance etc.

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true I was reading more into it than you said, sorry.

But yeah, 3rd party programs were a good part of the reason I quit WoW.. the prejudice against people who didn't use them pre BC was outright opressive. I tried again later when I heard it got better but found it was still there, just a bit more hidden. I'm of the opinnion that if not having an addon means I'm not worth thier time, then they aren't worth my time.


I agree. The only one that I think should be a requirement is Deadly Boss Mobs. Only because it is very useful for what the boss is going to throw at you, something that we got in FFXI without an addon. Everything else really shouldn't be a requirement. FFXI taught me a lot of mechanics that although different apply to WoW. Mana Conservation, Aggro Control etc.. The Addons on WoW, although helpful do make the game that much easier than it already is. But hey they are there and I use em. Questhelper, Atlas Loot, Xperl, DBM are the only ones I use. I lie when I say I have a threat meter, I really don't need it. Oh and I use Recount, I like to see how much damage and what spells worked the best for me.

Edited, Sep 1st 2009 11:19pm by IamTuck


I've never played WoW, but I played WAR, and the add-ons just took everything out of the game for me. from one button chain macros, enemy target rings, to status notifiers. I can't beleive WoW has an add on that tells you when a boss mob is about to pull off a move... wait yes I do.......Blizzard ushered in the lazy gamer. Unfortunatly if anynew MMO doesn't spoon feed and/or simplify everything to the user then it gets lynched by the whawha cry babies.

Gone are the days of having to pay attention and playing as a cohesive team.

I look forward to the continued strict NO 3rd party add-ons policy.


I guess that explains why no one uses windower in FFXI.
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To the topic: Thanks for the videos^^

@StreijderVachter or w/e: I played FFXI on PS2 and played WoW, both for around 3 years each...on PS2 it really started to **** me up to see people using Windowers and using 3rd party tools, that were obviously not made to "get perfect" in playing FFXI, but simply for the fact to give advantages...like Claim Bots etc for example.
I seriously hope SE will "work" against illegal 3rd party tools even more in FFXIV.

And seriously, dont start to talk trash regarding Add ons in WoW...FFXI Chat log provided more information on Boss abilities? Well it said "??? starts casting/readies ???"...that was it...wow some serious info there...*sighs*
In WoW there Add ons that just don't imply info about the boss using that ability, but give warnings about "??? soon, Gather together" or "??? coming soon, run away". WoW Add ons are not just for information, but for "dumd idiots" to tell them what they need to do, w/o even knowing why to do it...and don't start to defend "Classic WoW"...
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sry for double post...writing over PS3 browser...and for some reason it has "letter limitations"...

...don't start to defend "Classic WoW"...people were using Add ons for AQ40 to "warn them about abilities" w/o just warning them, but telling them how to react to it as well...Naxx Add ons implied "Thaddius Arrows"...so don't talk ****...Add Ons are helpful to form the UI the way it will help you to play the best you can...but WoW add ons are mostly used to take over the "thinking"...I dont need to see that **** in FFXIV...The UI will be fully customizable...drag and drop every little thing...thats enough...i don't need any program to tell me to run away or use a special ability at a certain time...

PS: And don't even start with some "casual" **** talk...I fought against Kel'thuzad in Classic Naxx and fought against KJ in Sunwell before Nerfs...still I think WoW Add ons are only there to compensate lack in skill...SE hopefully will not benefit "idiot" players in FFXI like Blizz is doing it right now in WoW...
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Edit: Wrong thread :P please forgive me.

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chocobo mounts! now, THAT's news!
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Yeah yeah, everyone loves windower. (I never used it) It's sole purpose was to be able to alttab, but with FFXI being put into a wrapper a ton of addons started to sprout. mob timers, skill cooldown, utsu counters. Yes it was useful to the player. However this gave a distinct advantage to those playing on a PC and a disadvantage to those playing on ps2 and xbox. If the addons we made compatable to all systems and SE were ok with their use fine bring on the user created tools. In the meantime Everyone should be on equal footing.

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Strict NO 3rd party add-on policy takes out too much ability to transform stock UIs (which are always horrible and terribly inefficient for people wanting to be the best they can in an MMO), and isn't appealing. You can enjoy your "purity" UI, and I'll enjoy ones I can tweak and perform better than a "purist".

SE already stated you can customise your chat tabs/filters and move around the UI. What else do you need? the ability to add more buttons? Or do you need audio and visual cues other then the ones the devs provide for you so you can play the game better? If the creators does not provide it it doesn't mean that they didn't think of it. Bbut left it out to create some balance or an impose limitation to what a player is able to do.

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Refusing to use add-ons (i.e. technology in game terms) because you're on some high horse doesn't make you better -- it just makes you a fool for not using what tools are available to you.


As long as there are people who can't use while others can. Thats cheating in my book.

It's kinda funny really. Tools used to make a person:
a) better
b) more aware
c) ignore limitations

In a standard game are called cheats.
In a MMO it's called add-ons...
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Refusing to use add-ons (i.e. technology in game terms) because you're on some high horse doesn't make you better -- it just makes you a fool for not using what tools are available to you.





So If I refused to use the Game Genie does that mean I am not as good of a player as the guy that does?

There is a difference in an Add-on and a cheat. And my friend you must learn the difference. Botting, telling you what moves to do and when, an arrow pointing you in the direction of quest points are cheats. Seeing how hard you hit, how much gil/gold you are making per hour, XP per hour, and other STATISTICS are add ons.
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I love how two of my posts were rated down, one Default and one Sub-Default. Especially this one

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I never said Vent was an Addon! And I didn't think about the PS3 aspect when it came to addons...


The other I can understand due to the fact that using Add-ons is a touchy subject for some people. But in no way was my post negative enough to warrant rate downs.

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I agree. The only one that I think should be a requirement is Deadly Boss Mobs. Only because it is very useful for what the boss is going to throw at you, something that we got in FFXI without an addon. Everything else really shouldn't be a requirement. FFXI taught me a lot of mechanics that although different apply to WoW. Mana Conservation, Aggro Control etc.. The Addons on WoW, although helpful do make the game that much easier than it already is. But hey they are there and I use em. Questhelper, Atlas Loot, Xperl, DBM are the only ones I use. I lie when I say I have a threat meter, I really don't need it. Oh and I use Recount, I like to see how much damage and what spells worked the best for me.


Deadly Boss Mods do exactly what FFXI already does which is tell you what the Boss is about to throw at you and it only works for bosses, whereas FFXI it's on all mobs. None of the Add-ons I use are cheats, some people say Questhelper is a cheat but there are alot of games that already tell you what areas you need to go to the complete quests, **** if i'm not mistaken FFXIV will have a sort of Questhelper type function and I believe Blizzard is working on it as well. Atlas Loot is a database for what drops in Raids/Dungeons and Faction Rewards etc. Xperl is an interface while Recount is a damage meter. So please for all you haters that rated me down, explain why! Have some cojones ;)
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I think FF MMOs are better off without add-ons, it adds to the immersion for me. I didn't mind add-ons in wow because for me at least, it wasn't really an experience, it was just a game to play instead of reading or going to work. FFXI was (and still is at times, but it's wearing off) a complete MMO experience for me. Let's leave add-ons for the others.
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I think FF MMOs are better off without add-ons, it adds to the immersion for me. I didn't mind add-ons in wow because for me at least, it wasn't really an experience, it was just a game to play instead of reading or going to work. FFXI was (and still is at times, but it's wearing off) a complete MMO experience for me. Let's leave add-ons for the others.


Umm, what's wrong with allowing addons for those that want to use them? If you don't like them, then don't use them...
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I feel famous now. At about 4:07 in the second video, some guy checks out his linkshell list, and my mule's name is on there :D
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