Summary: I don't think any game should take as long to install as FF11. It took at least 4 hours for the game to get running, and that doesn't even count all of the time it takes to figure out Square's backwards PlayOnline system. And when I finally got in, no one seemed to be in the game.
Summary: I bought the PC version for the registration code needed to play my used 360 version of the game. The game shows its age graphics wise, but aside from that the game is amazing 10 years and still going strong. There are far more players than I expected and I meet new people every day.
Summary: Final Fantasy 11 was the greatest team player game in MMO's. You were forced to be in a party to level, but it was worth it for the experience. Now they have redesigned it and made it more solo friendly. I love the change myself, because it stunk having to wait hours to get in a party.
Summary: With the advent of Abyssea, as well as experience being roughly doubled in non-Abyssean areas, experience points flow like spice and it no longer takes months to get a job to the level cap, it could be done in mere weeks. A lot of the past complaints seen in people's reviews have been fixed.
Summary: Bought this 2 years ago. The biggining was so bad I stopped playing the first week and gave the rest of the free month plus the trial to a friend... Funny thing is after a week, he also gave it away. The controls are bad and the interface is terrible.
Summary: An extremely slow game that took me hours to make any headway. Combat is automatic and restrictive in what actions I could perform, based on a cooldown system that prevents players from doing anything beyond basic attacks more than once for certain amounts of *real time*, so I couldn't steal...