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  • Summary: Ultimate Collection Abyssea Edition will include all four expansion packs for FINAL FANTASY XI, from the premiere expansion, Rise of the Zilart, to the recently concluded Wings of the Goddess. It will also contain all add-on scenarios to date; namely, A Crystalline Prophecy – Ode of Life Bestowing, A Moogle Kupo d’Etat – Evil in Small Doses, and A Shantotto Ascension – The Legend Torn, Her Empire Born. Also included are the add-on battle areas introduced in 2010: Vision of Abyssea, Scars of Abyssea and Heroes of Abyssea. Expand
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  1. Feb 2, 2012
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    Played this game when it was first released back in 2003 i believe. I quit after a few months as it was too time consuming to get anything done back then. I recently saw this on offer and thought I would give it another go. They have made it much easier to lvl up now so you can access everything the game has to offer much quicker. You will need help with missions to progress through the story and some essential quests are also impossible to solo which is a shame as I know a lot of people do like to play on their own or don't like waiting around for someone else who needs to complete the same mission.
    Overall the game has aged well. It still looks stunning for an online game, and they have made it much more accommodating for the more casual gamer.
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