No matter what kind of things first appear in public, varieties of reviews would come behind them, and net games are not excluded. Well, as a massive one, the Final Fantasy XIV possessed a great amount of comments, which mixed by passive and active sides.
Here are some reviews from the users who have played the game.
Despite its great amount of shortcomings, version 1.0 of Final Fantasy XIV had its negative fans and active players. Rather than attempting to forget the whole situation ever happened and rebooting the game from scratch, Naoki Yoshida and his team have instead acknowledged the things that people liked about version 1.0 and woven them into both the structure and narrative of A Realm Reborn, in the process creating a game that is both accessible to newcomers and full of pleasing callbacks for those who endured the original's foibles.
As same as the Square Enix's previous massively multiplayer’s adaptation of the series Final Fantasy XI, A Realm Reborn is in an interesting and challenging position. It's attempting to cater to two distinct markets , including mmo players and Final Fantasy fans. While there's a certain degree of overlap between the two -- both groups enjoy games with swords and potions and numbers that get bigger the longer you've been playing -- they are two very different types of experience.