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It's odd to be talking about Final Fantasy XI so soon after the release of FFX. Remember when we had to wait at least a year or two between sequels? These days, Square's on the ball--both FFX! and FFXII are in the works, and we might even be experiencing the former by year's end.

Change is good, as the many successful tweaks to standard RPG-dom in FFX prove. Will even more change prove to be better? FFXI doesn't simply alter the Final Fantasy formula--it utterly reinvents it. With this game, Square transforms its flagship series into a MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game). PC gamers spend oodles of money and time on MMORPGs like Everquest,Ultima Online and Asheron's Call. Like these titles, FFXI boasts a persistent world in which a great number of players can talk, fight and quest together.

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Plot details remain sketchy, but we've scavenged some character-creation information. In addition to selecting from among multiple races (see sidebar), you'll be able to customize the appearance of your alter ego with clothing and hairstyles. More importantly, you can select a character class for your hero. Old-school Final Fantasy fans will swoon with nostalgia-classes include Fighter, Monk, Thief, White Mage, Red Mage and Black Mage, just like in the original NES game. In addition to your main Job, you can assume a secondary class. That way, your Monk can learn a few white magic spells on the side.

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It all sounds quite promising, yet many questions linger. What's the battle system like? Early reports point to a hybrid of the good-ole FF system and something more Everquesty. Will you have to buy a modem and Sony's hard drive? Beta testers in japan need both, but perhaps the final version won't require so much. Will there be a monthly fee to play? Our guess is yes. The most crucial answer we're looking for is a U.S. release date, but Square simply won't give in to our constant threats. Sorry.