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+ - Square Enix Admits Final Fantasy XIV Damaged Brand-> 1

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_xeno_ writes "It's taken a year since Final Fantasy XIV launched to what can at best be called unfavorable reviews, but Square Enix CEO Yoichi Wada is finally willing to admit that the (still subscription free) MMO "greatly damaged" the entire Final Fantasy brand. Despite this damage, Wada said that Square Enix will continue to work on "reviving" the game, with an upcoming patch promising to finally introduce such series staples as chocobos and airships. Even so, there's still no word on the PS3 release, which was delayed until the game was "fixed," nor is there any sign that Square Enix feels the game will be worth charging a subscription fee any time soon."
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