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#1 Mar 26 2011 at 2:36 PM Rating: Sub-Default
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Hello everyone after two years after away from ff11 I've decided that i finally have the time to start ff again. I want to try out ffxvi to see if it's any good or if i should go back to ff11. Thank you in advance. e-mail ourappy1216@gmail.com

Thank you.
#2 Mar 26 2011 at 2:37 PM Rating: Good
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The game is free right now and you'd have to buy the disc to install it anyway.
#3 Mar 26 2011 at 11:12 PM Rating: Default
if you can't afford it go back to FFXI
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#4 Mar 27 2011 at 8:40 PM Rating: Good
No offense to all these buddy pass threads, but the game has been around 6 months now. The buddy pass is a free copy of the game for those that bought the CE edition. If anyone has them left and are willing to give them out, bless them. However, the game is still F2P, and it would not hurt someone who wants to play to buy the game at this point!


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#5 Mar 27 2011 at 9:03 PM Rating: Good
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Just a heads up dude, you can get a copy at amazon for 7 bucks, which is great seeing as its F2p right now so you wont need the free month trial.

Since these copies are used however, you will need to buy a $2 starter disk for the registration codes.

So if you cant find a buddy code, you can get the whole game this way for the price of a game rental at Blockbuster.
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I too recall the days of my childhood when an empty cardboard box and a little imagination could be one of the most entertaining things in the world. Of course, as my experiences evolved so too did my interests and my tastes in entertainment and while I could probably still find limited entertainment value in a large enough empty cardboard box, I certainly wouldn't pay someone a monthly fee for the privilege of access to it.
#6 Apr 02 2011 at 6:49 PM Rating: Decent
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Where do you get these 2$ starter discs? Er.. reg codes?
#7 Apr 03 2011 at 11:47 AM Rating: Good
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xyzqmp wrote:
Where do you get these 2$ starter discs? Er.. reg codes?

I'm not exactly sure, but i heard they sell them at Gamestop.
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Aurelius wrote:
I too recall the days of my childhood when an empty cardboard box and a little imagination could be one of the most entertaining things in the world. Of course, as my experiences evolved so too did my interests and my tastes in entertainment and while I could probably still find limited entertainment value in a large enough empty cardboard box, I certainly wouldn't pay someone a monthly fee for the privilege of access to it.
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