Tube told me to put it here.
Welcome to my 'Let's Play!' of Final Fantasy 11. This is an unusual LP, in that it is covering a game with no real end. Recognizing that, I am just going to go through areas and detail the fantastic art style as well as game play mechanics and the peculiarities that make FFXI such a solid gaming experience.
Here is a page telling a little bit about the character I am using, for reference purposes.
This thread is not for general discussion about FFXI, for that please go to the Massively Multi-player sub-forum and join the discussion already in progress here
Hey, there is a map under the first spoiler tag!
Part the First, in which Bri shows off his crib:
Here I walk around my house and show you what is up with the housing in FF 11. The first two minutes has excessively loud music, please bear with it, it is only 2 minutes and I can't turn it down for that part.
Part the Deux, in which Bri give the nickel tour of Bastok:
The lovely city of Bastok. *cough*. Home of the Hume and Galka. All the dust you can eat, with a side of grit.
Part three, In which we run around in San d'Oria:
My spiritual home of San d'Oria. Plenty of haughty elves to knock down some pegs and very scenic to boot. It is win/win.
Part four, Windurst:
Windurst with a special bonus surprise!
Part five, and the first adventure area; Sarutabaruta:
A handful of hand-shaped towers await!
Part six, Putting the Gusto in Gustaburg:
Here a rock lizard, there a rock lizard, everywhere a rock lizard-rock lizard!
Part seven; Ronfaure, and excuse the pun!:
Orc! Orcs! Orcs! Orcs!
Part eight; Kolshushu:
At last we see a crag.
Part nine; Zulkheim:
Long awaited, your patience is rewarded. Bonus; this video is nearly an hour long.
More will be filmed and uploaded as I can. Who knows where this train will end up?
Please use this thread to discuss the Let's Play directly, or what you would like to see in it.
Here are the youtube pages leading directly to the playlists:
Some days I just want to smack people with a rolled up newspaper. Or a phone book.
A folding chair is looking like an attractive option right now too...