Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Producer Says Collector’s Edition Info Coming Soon

By Ishaan . May 10, 2013 . 9:00am

As reported earlier in the month, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will be released worldwide this Summer for the PC and PlayStation 3, and in his latest Letter from the Producer column, Square Enix’s Naoki Yoshida mentions that more information will be shared regarding release at the end of the month.

 

“At the end of the month we’ll announce the release date, along with pricing and details on the collector’s edition,” Yoshida writes. “We’ll also start accepting preorders at the end of the month.”

 

Additionally, Yoshida also drops a few hints as to what to expect from Phase 3 of the game’s beta test, which is scheduled to kick off in June. Here’s what Yoshida had to say about Phase 3:

 

Our second important announcement was that phase 3 will start at the beginning of June. Phase 3 will include a multitude of changes based on feedback from the first and second phases, as well as the long-awaited commencement of PlayStation 3 testing. But that’s not all—we’re also adding Ul’dah and Limsa Lominsa, nearly one hundred new FATE encounters, four additional dungeons, main scenario quests up to level 20, grand companies, provisioning missions, free companies; we’re making revisions to the battle system, testing the transfer of characters from version 1.0—the list goes on and on. I’ve been working around the clock, double and triple checking everything along the way, so sit tight and phase 3 will be here before you know it!

 

For more details on beta Phase 3 plans, you can refer to this older report.


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  • dragoon_slayer12

    I wish there was a an offline mode or something. I have 4 young kids and playing on a TV is damn near impossible while their awake, and when I put them down at 8pm,im already exhausted and ready for bed…. And it’ll kind of pointless to have an mmorpg on a handheld for me cuz I’ll be putting it to sleep almost every 5 minutes (which is why I’m disappointed PSO2 is online only)….

    I can’t wait till they’re all in school 2 years from now….

    • lalala

      Where do you read that its coming for a handheld?

      • $36598391

        He’s referring to PSO2 which has a Vita version

      • dragoon_slayer12

        What Derek said

    • Akuosa

      Being online doesn’t seem to be your problem, honestly… It just looks you don’t have the time to play in general.

      • dragoon_slayer12

        I have time on handhelds BECAUSE of the sleep mode. I play action games on consoles too cuz I can just pause it and pick up without a problem (regardless of how much time I’mtaken away due to kids, cooking, and cleaning) cuz of check points and gap in story, versus an rpg where you HAVE to rremember what your doing/going/etc, and mmorpg cuz you’ll drag your party behind and/or have to log off to do it again when back online. Any online play is a no go for me, but extensive gaming on handhelds is possible

        Plus, I let my kids run the TV, I have one channel in their room, and Netflix in the living room, so they can watch what they want when their not busy playing.

    • Bunzi

      Did 2 people just rate someone down for being a busy parent? Classy.

      • dragoon_slayer12

        Thanks for the defense. There are plenty of parents that play games, but not too many that have a large family, and even fewer with kids all close in range, like my kids, aged 3,4,5, and 6

        • $36598391

          There is a PC version of PSO2 too

          • dragoon_slayer12

            I know, but I barely touch my pc, period. It’s 6 years old, and I mainly use it to store my digital like music, pictures, videos, etc. I only use it to do things my phone can’t do

          • $36598391

            It’s worth upgrading

        • James Darkly

          just kill your kids and play in peace.

          • dragoon_slayer12

            Not even remotely funny

          • M’iau M’iaut

            Not quite sure on which site such tripe would be considered acceptable. I know for darn sure it isn’t Siliconera. Warned.

    • http://youtube.com/miyabigaming 水木

      Offline mode won’t happen due to hacking

      • dragoon_slayer12

        Which is understandable, but it still didn’t stop those who were able to with PSU and PSO2,which is a damn shame. I wish they would release a standalone offline version so I can enjoy the core story (and with pso, just unbridled hunting/grinding), but I understand. With FFXIV, I’ll most likely miss out on it due to my personal stand against paid subscriptions, but when/if pso2 drops on the US Vita, I’ll get it cuz it’s free without subscription (f2p), but for reasons stated above, I’m not sure how much time I’ll be able to delve into it due to it being online only. That’s why I’m still hoping for pso episode 1&2 to get re-released on the 3ds or vita.

        • Ferrick

          well the hacking that shin was talking about is different than the ones that had happened in PSU and PSO2, instead its far worse than that, as i observed from PSP1 and PSP2 when i played online, 80% of those that i met had maxed out levels and hacked gears with stats that are impossible to get in a normal playthrough.

          That’s why offline mode is kinda a big no no

  • $36598391

    I hope both the PS3 and PC get Collector Editions of 2.0
    I’d get both to go with my PC XIV 1.0 Collectors Edition

    • Juan Andrés Valencia

      I’d love the soundtrack and an art book.

      • Draparde

        It will probably be those and an in-game item of some sort.

        • http://twitter.com/crxuchilbara MegamMix

          I have 2 versions of the 14 OST but neither of them have some of the great new tunes I have been hearing recently.

          • Draparde

            Hopefully they make a new soundtrack with new songs in it.

          • http://twitter.com/crxuchilbara MegamMix

            I can only hope. I spent years waiting for the “definitive” FFXI soundtrack. The Limited box edition was finally released (which I believe is between 9-11 CDS) and I enjoyed it very much. The only thing tho is that they are still releasing music for XI and I am kinda lost as to which albums are included in the box set and which I have not heard yet. Hopefully XIV has an easier way of determining which volumes have new music and which ones are arangements/greatest hit collections.

          • Draparde

            Yeah, i love the music they’ve posted on their youtube channel for each city as well X_x. i can’t wait to hear some of the higher leveled area music as well.

        • Juan Andrés Valencia

          As long as they include the OST I’m OK. I get chills thinking about the music from the benchmark and Limit Break trailer.

      • Ferrick

        it will probably be like FFXIV(1.0)’s collector’s edition, some in game items and early access to the game

  • Zenthos

    When’s the f2p edition coming out?

    • Akuosa

      Hopefully that doesn’t happen. We have a lot of f2p games, let it be some suscription based ones too…

      • Zenthos

        And the positive of paying money monthly is….?

        SE has allot of crappy business practices, let the ones that don’t suck up your money come out as well.

        • Tony F.

          F2P is unbalanced as crap. If people don’t complaing about the fee, they’ll complain about people that “buy” theyr way through the levels.

          • Zenthos

            Their is a difference between willingly paying the amount you wish for in a cash shop, than paying monthly regardless of how much content you played through. Im not able to comprehend how people can defend these kinds of things.

          • Seliph

            It doesn’t matter that you aren’t using all the content right at that second. You have access to it. That is what you are paying for. Personally, I don’t see what the big deal is. Its only 13 dollars a month, right? I have at least that much in my coin purse at all times.

          • Zenthos

            You are not “using” it. You pay what you use for in f2p games, getting all your money’s worth out of your playthrough. So a hardcore player might pay a little more while a casual will pay less. Rather than being forced to pay full price for content regardless of how you use it, and endlessly at that, does in fact matter.

          • MogCakes

            The main division between F2P and P2P as it relates to the player base is investment. P2P players usually invest more into the game because they’re already paying money for it, whereas with F2P players are much more likely to drop out after a short time because they have less of an investment.

            TERA is hardly a good example of F2P mate. The gameplay is very much a zombie fest of questing. It’s arguable that all MMO’s are this way, but TERA takes it to the next level by making the entire game about quests.

          • Ferrick

            Oh ? but have you seen f2p games that actually have loyal playerbases ? because last i recall, f2p game’s playerbase are mostly “drop-in and drop-out never touching it anymore”, and the balance in F2P games are seriously shite, none of the f2p developers would listen to players feedback, EVER, and TERA is shite too, no one was willing to pay $14.99 per month for doing fetch & kill X monster quests that many other free korean mmos have, and the battle system for tera is nothing special either, to make things worst, it had a friggin cash shop as a p2p game, that’s why TERA dropped the p2p and went for f2p. To boot, you’re limited to the contents you have access to in f2p games, again i will have to take tera in as an example, unless if you’re an “elite”, your gains will be limited

            and are you that broke to pay $10-15 bucks a month ? in the long run, f2p games cost you MORE than p2p games

          • Zenthos

            And in subscription based games, they do not? Since they pay monthly they are obviously going play like a zombie for hours on end to get money’s worth out of the FULL content they are paying for, rather than they want or NEED. Tera is “shit” huh? Whats to say this game wont be “shit” as well? Its not the only game, SWTOR went this route as well, another big mmo, and as far as I could tell, it wasn’t “shit”. In Tera, the cashshop only contained extra’s not “must haves”, they give you a mount for free in the beggining as they dont want to hinder the f2p players from getting needed content rather than extra content from the cash shop.
            “and are you that broke to pay $10-15 bucks a month ? in the long run, f2p games cost you MORE than p2p games”. Pay for the game, 40$, then subscription of 20$* infinity as the game goes on. You end up paying hundreds of dollars. I did the math so how about you show an explanation on how paying for a few extra items or however you want is more than that? It doesn’t add up.

          • Ferrick

            “Play like a zombie to get the money’s worth”
            its their choice on how to play it, most of my friends and people i know who play p2p games play it on their own pace and take their time to immerse themselves into the world and not play it like its the end of the world for them

            “who’s to say that this won’t go down SWTOR and tera route”
            FFXI is one of the prime example for it, its still up and running in p2p, and the playerbase are still loyal to it, and the FFXIV1.0 incident is also one of the reminders for SE to not fuck this one up, and i’ve played through A1-B2 of FFXIV2.0, and it was largely improved upon

            “giving you mounts on the beginning”
            NOPE, you HAVE to be either a founder (those that bought the game before it became f2p) or elite to get it right off the bat, and if you’re a standard player, you have to buy it off the cash shop

            “game = $40, subscription = $20 etc.”
            for starters, its not $20, all of them are $14.99 max, don’t pull false things out of your arse, and for the math, you’re doing it wrong, very wrong, you didn’t account for the variables in f2p games.

            for subscription based games:
            one time payment for game = $40-60
            Monthly charge = $15 (excluding the first month where simply buying the game gives you 30 days for free)
            total for the first year = $205-225
            Total for years to come = $180
            Access to content = Full access

            For f2p based games:
            Free players = Very limited access
            “Elite” players = monthly charge = $15
            Cash Shop = Variable
            Total for free players in a year = Variable
            Total for “elite” players in a year = $180 + variable
            so lets say that the cash shop contains chance box that are left to chance, the boxes contains super rare and god tier equips, and opening each box is $30, and the average minimum someone would roll for these chance packs are $150
            Total for free players per year = 150*12 = $1800 – Infinity
            Total for “elite” players per year = $180 + 1800 = $1980 – Infinity

          • Zenthos

            “Play like a zombie to get the money’s worth”

            “its their choice on how to play it, most of my friends and people i know who
            play p2p games play it on their own pace and take their time to immerse
            themselves into the world and not play it like its the end of the world for
            them”

            At this stage it does matter if they want to get the content out of it, as they are paying up the same amount regardless

            “who’s
            to say that this won’t go down SWTOR and tera route”

            “FFXI is one of the prime example for it, its still up and running in p2p, and
            the playerbase are still loyal to it, and the FFXIV1.0 incident is also one of
            the reminders for SE to not fuck this one up, and i’ve played through A1-B2 of
            FFXIV2.0, and it was largely improved upon”

            And I gave you examples of what is happening right NOW not years
            ago.

            “giving
            you mounts on the beginning”

            “NOPE, you HAVE to be either a founder (those that bought the game before it
            became f2p) or elite to get it right off the bat, and if you’re a standard
            player, you have to buy it off the cash shop”

            NOPE, you do get a horse in tera right at the beginning, do your
            research. And play a game before calling it “shit”

            http://tera-forums.enmasse.com/forums/general-discussion/topics/Free-mounts

            “game = $40, subscription = $20 etc.”

            for starters, its not $20, all of them are $14.99 max, don’t pull false things
            out of your arse, and for the math, you’re doing it wrong, very wrong, you
            didn’t account for the variables in f2p games.”

            Add tax in the equation, which does make it around 20$.

            “for subscription based games:

            one time payment for game = $40-60

            Monthly charge = $15 (excluding the first month where simply buying the game
            gives you 30 days for free)

            total for the first year = $205-225

            Total for years to come = $180

            Access to content = Full access

            For f2p based games:

            Free players = Very limited access

            “Elite” players = monthly charge = $15

            Cash Shop = Variable

            Total for free players in a year = Variable

            Total for “elite” players in a year = $180 + variable

            so lets say that the cash shop contains chance box that are left to chance, the
            boxes contains super rare and god tier equips, and opening each box is $30, and
            the average minimum someone would roll for these chance packs are $150

            Total for free players per year = 150*12 = $1800 – Infinity

            Total for “elite” players per year = $180 + 1800 = $1980 – Infinity”

            These “elite players” you added are just a side equation and
            have nothing to do with the f2p model and instead are an alternate side of the
            game, it’s a different topic all togehter. “chance boxes” are still optional to choose
            when you have a f2p game, and these players are different people each time so
            the fact that each one is paying infinitely is incorrect, the fact that the
            developers are still gaining money while people only pay once in a while is what is really happening.

            I could do this all day, but I have a life to live. Nice try though.

          • Ferrick

            oh god… did you seriously quote EVERY SINGLE THING i wrote ? No one would be willing to read that, do you seriously not know on how to make your comments not look like a cluster fuck ? Hell it looks nasty, one page full of cluttered words.

            *sighs* i give up, TL;DR, your arrogance and ignorance is appalling, and your comment looks like someone had too much vodka and puked out words without bothering to even clean them up

          • Zenthos

            “oh god… did you seriously quote EVERY SINGLE THING i wrote ? No one would be willing to read that, do you seriously not know on how to make your comments not look like a cluster fuck ?”

            Cant read what you sow? Funny.

            “*sighs* i give up, TL;DR, your arrogance and ignorance is appalling”

            If you cant tell me why my ” arrogance and ignorance is appalling” then that would be invalid.
            For instance. You saying “i give up” to me, is enough arrogance and ignorance to tell me not to take your arguments seriously.

          • Ferrick

            “can’t read what you sow”
            reap… REAP!

            and i’m not your bloody professor, don’t expect me to read your copy pasted 1 page thesis

            don’t give me that bollocks, like i said before, i didn’t even bother to take my time to read that one page shite full of MY words that are copy pasted, you didn’t even bother to make it look readable, if i were an english professor, you would’ve gotten a straight F, one for plagiarism and the other for terrible format

            and you’re very adamant on the part where f2p > p2p simply because f2p is overall cheaper, its wrong, you can never have fun in f2p games unless if you pay up, you’re limited to the contents you get as a free player and you will be eventually forced to pay $$$ for access to other contents, and hell, some games lock you out of trading unless if you payed real money to unlock it, and to put the icing on the cake, these past few years, F2P games have been dying here and there

          • Zenthos

            “and i’m not your bloody profes…..”

            You mean the “quote”, that I made? I thought you would have the ability to read your own words, my bad.

            “you didn’t even …..t”

            Use your eyes to read the text.

            “and you….”

            Pay up on content that is not near enough expensive as a p2p subscription. Already proved that in my post above.

            “you’re limited ….”

            Lock you out of trading? Mind posting a source?

            P2p games are dying, as almost ALL of them go to f2p.

          • Ferrick

            “Quote”
            why would i need to read my own words, i know what i wrote, i’m not drunk nor am i stupid to even need all of it to be rewritten

            “Read the text”

            like i said before and i will say it again, i’m not your bloody professor, i won’t read your 1 page thesis full of formatting errors, and don’t expect anyone to do so either

            “paying for content cheaper than subscription”

            oh really? how long have you been playing in the f2p genre ? You didn’t prove jack, you never considered the variables for F2P, as it is IMPOSSIBLE to play the game without feeling the balance issues, the premium players will always outshine the free players and leaving them to dust, prime example is blacklight retribution, cosmic break, vindictus, raiderz, and many others.

            While p2p games payments are constants, you WON’T pay more than the allotted price per year, only difference is if there is an expansion and that’s a one time payment too.

            “locked out of trading and P2P games dying ”

            http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/Account_Types

            As for p2p games dying, they’re not, they’re still up and alive, FFXI and WOW are still p2p, and will never go f2p, and those p2p games that went to F2P were shite to begin with, like i said before, no one wants to pay $14.99 a month to do the same thing over and over and over again, and this is why TSW, TERA, and SWTOR became F2P (to add, none of them brought anything new to the table, and pretty much everything they have, f2p games already have it), and now even though they went F2P, the playerbase rose and fell because they have no need to constantly login and play it

          • Zenthos

            “like i said before….
            You don’t have to read your words if you don’t want to. I couldn’t care less.

            “oh really?….”

            Coming from the person who made an assumption that tera doesn’t have free mounts? Which I did prove infact they do. I think thats proof enough that I would know more than you. And in f2p, people “wont” pay any more than the content they WANT for the umpteenth time I stated this.

            “http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/Account_Types”

            I wouldn’t consider wiki as a dependable source, but if that’s true, congrats, you managed to find a f2p game that has locked out content. But aren’t we talking about the major mmo’s that are still online today? Hence the discussion of FF.

            “As for p2p games dying, they’re not, they’re still up and alive, FFXI and WOW are still p2p, and will”

            You found two p2p games. And you listed 3 f2p bellow. I don’t see how this is relevant.

            “same thing over and over and over again, and this is why TSW, TERA, and SWTOR became F2P”

            Glad you agreed with me, as those are one of the best examples of p2p games today, they turn into f2p.

            This is just sad, besides the sketchy source you put out above I don’t see how anything your saying is relevant at all. You keep repeating the same arguments over and over again without any proof, in hopes they will prove anything, but they do not. F2p is a cheaper alternative, and is replacing the old money vampire , p2p, whether you like or not. I have already destroyed all of your points otherwise, in my comments above.

            The final nail in the coffin:

            List of p2p games that went/might be going f2p:

            http://www.onrpg.com/boards/threads/167294-List-of-P2P-games-that-went-F2P

            Search on this website and you can see the number of difference between p2p and f2p:

            http://gamelist.mmosite.com/game/search.shtml

            I don’t see a point in posting any comment to reply to your posts in this topic. You don’t seem to want to accept facts.You can keep replying with baseless statements, but if you have nothing to “prove” it with, I don’t see why I should take your comments seriously, or in fact, comment at all.

            Good day.

          • Ferrick

            “Mounts”
            you do know that event mounts don’t count right ? And you talked about getting mounts right off the bat and i’m telling you, you can only get mounts right off the bat with founders and elite, and the very first free mount that you get legitimately without paying is obtained from a quest chain at level 11, beginning of the game ? yeah right.

            “Wiki not a trustable source, and going back to major mmos”

            its partially written by the devs, and its the same on their main website (except that its a picture format), and you were the one asking for the source of it.

            you have no idea on what you’re talking about do you ? It was one example, there are many other mmos that are f2p with locked contents, SWTOR does this too, Tera doesn’t stray away from this shite either, Age of conan has this too, and many others

            “you found two p2p games against three f2p games = irrelevant”

            … *facepalm* fine then, let me list MORE of them;

            EVE online
            Rift Online
            Dark Age of Camelot
            Darkfall Online
            Vendetta online
            Etc.

            happy ?

            “same redundant thing without proof”
            but i just did in the second post i gave, and i don’t plan to repost them here because you would complain that i repeat the same thing all over again, while you didn’t, its not a cheaper alternative, its a money blackhole waiting to happen, but if its your choice to play unoptimized + unbalanced bullshit, then its fine by me.

            “Final nail in the coffin”
            and here’s the wrench to that coffin, most of the games listed in that onrpg website is either dead, or lost loads of their playerbase or are even trying to resurrect themselves with kickstarters that are failing

            and yet here we are, with you going on and on with your closed minded posts on f2p>p2p. For once in your lifetime, use your brains, even if you don’t pay for f2p games, others do, and they come in droves, you cannot prove that f2p is cheaper than p2p games because of the item mall, you just can’t. Bottomline, you’re just spewing crap in hopes that you can prove that f2p is better than p2p, but failing to do so.

            Also, why don’t you just play the f2p games then ? instead of bickering on what should be f2p and what should not, it’d have saved you more time and it won’t show your complete lack of common sense

            Use your brains for once, it will benefit you more

            Ciao

          • http://twitter.com/crxuchilbara MegamMix

            So the broadband company charging you for monthly service is not fair because you did not use the same ammount of bandwidth in one month and they charge you the same price? Or rent even. I took a vacation and wasnt at my house for a week. So my rent should be pro-rated? They are charging you for access to the game not the ammount of content you enjoyed.

          • M’iau M’iaut

            Next time, we can really do without the egging on from either side of the opinion piece.

        • Akuosa

          Both models have their advantages. Paying a fixed montly fee to have access to all the content, and exactly the same content than everybody else playing with you is nice, for example. Microtransaction based games suck up your money far more, I think… SE has a lot of f2p games too, and there will be people who likes it more, it’s a matter of opinion.

          I don’t have an issue with f2p as long as people don’t ask for every game to follow that model, there are plenty of games that do things I don’t like, but I don’t ask for them to disappear, I’m aware there are people with different tastes out there.

          • Zenthos

            Its not as if your going to buy everything in the cash shop, you buy what you want rather being forced to pay up regardless of the content you played through over the months. So the numbers there being compared to paying, lets say, 20$ monthly until the game closes, does not even compare. And the content in the cash shop is only costumes and few exp gains, its not as if everything you pay for is a “must have” in order to play the game. So no, they don’t “suck up more money”.I suggest seeing joe’s GW2 review as it would give you more insight on the topic:
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ax-_06Acj8Y

            Good day.

          • Akuosa

            A game works and it’s designed differently when it revolves around a cash shop or montly fees. Again, you are free to like one more than the other, or to consider one more a waste of money than the other, but that doesn’t make you right and the other side wrong or misinformed. I’ve played both types of games, including GW2. People can have different opinions than you because they like different things, not just because they’re not sufficiently informed.

          • Zenthos

            You need to be sufficiently informed if you are going to have a discussion on a topic if f2p games are less the p2p. If you are not informed, you know nothing, and therefore destroying what “opinion” you may have.This his isn’t a matter of “opinion” here, its matter of facts.The fact that f2p games don’t take up much money as p2p do. If you like paying more in a p2p mmo, go ahead. Thats as far as your opinion goes. I “like” going the route that has less money sucking involved.

          • Akuosa

            You really seem to think you’re in possession of the absolute truth, so let’s just agree to disagree.

          • Luna Kazemaru

            > GW2

            yeah we done here.

          • http://twitter.com/crxuchilbara MegamMix

            Yes… Angry Joe is the absolute dictator of media worth…

          • jordanbobordan

            The difference between f2p and p2p is motivation. With free to play the devs are motivated to charge for as much as they can, while with a pay to play build they are motivated to create quality content. Free to play is not the way to go, it creates an inconsistency with balancing and player experiences. There is also the fact that a sub DOES ensure a slightly more mature player base and inspires a sense of loyalty that free to play does not carry with it. Honestly I hope that xiv never goes free to play. It really is a better way to go with this game and just because you don’t feel like paying for a genuinely well designed experience does not mean it isn’t the better choice. I have been in the beta since day one and it will be worth every god damn cent

        • Enma_Kozato

          You realize SE lost a ton of money when they initially released 14, right? They have to recoup that loss on top of 2.0′s development. Plus, to my knowledge, not even 11 is free to play yet, and that’s been out for 11 years.

          • Zenthos

            It seems they are going lose even more money as they are going the p2p route. Tera is a good example.

          • Luna Kazemaru

            I like how you ignore Tera was an incomplete product and they sent it out with basically no PVP. This one how ever is a complete product where it will have enough content for players to warrant P2P. If you honestly don’t want to pay tough luck.

          • http://twitter.com/crxuchilbara MegamMix

            TBH if you want f2p games that much, why not just play them. Instead of arguing why this game is not f2p and should be.

          • http://twitter.com/DanforthWright Danforth Wright

            Seriously dude…? The f2p > p2p argument only makes sense if you’re trying really hard to troll people like poor Ferrick. You can’t expect anybody to take you seriously. I feel bad for Ferrick trying and failing to help you see reason.

    • dragoon_slayer12

      I understand where your coming from, I refuse to pay a monthly they fee for a game I already paid for (and why I don’t play online with my xbox), but there are reasons for f2p and subscription based. F2p is usually free altogether, but to “truly enjoy and benefit”, you “must” do a lot of microtransations, also, this is how devs/pubs get their money back, make profits, and pay to keep the servers online. Subscriptions sis usually for profit and to keep the servers online, and if they keep players online, and a decent amount of them at that, they have that as an incentive to make expansions, as well as the cash to do so.

      Like I said, I understand where your coming from, but I just wanted to enlighten you as to why it’ll (most likely) be subscription

  • Ceci “Ruzuzu” Kiyomizu

    A Limited Edition? Oh boy count me in!

  • http://epiclyamazing.wordpress.com/ AzureNova

    Yes! Can’t wait to see that collectors edition, and hear the extra info =^_^=

  • Draparde

    I cannot wait X_x. Lalafell picture FTW.

  • Shariest

    How did i look at the thumb, and think that they were lego’s O-O

    • http://twitter.com/RalphMacchioFan Yuta Takemoto

      lol. I had to scroll up and do a double take after reading that. At a glance, you’re right! :D

  • CirnoLakes

    I already own the game, so I don’t really need one of these.

    But I’m somehow tempted to buy one again. Especially if there’s a Lalafell couple on the cover.

    • Draparde

      I’d scan the cover, and frame it.

  • M’iau M’iaut

    Let’s please post without the insulting words. Thanks.

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