A new Villain in the Final Fantasy XI computer game is causing real players to pass out and get sick during a very, very long battle.
Well the saying goes if it is good enough for Cartman then it is good enough for Square-Enix.
Why am I saying this well the developers of the famous online role-playing computer game Final Fantasy XI seemed to have borrowed the idea from Emmy-winning South Park episode “Make Love, No Warcraft” by updating the game with one of the longest, most physically demanding video game fights ever. The latest downloadable update for the computer video game is a boss monster named “Pandemonium Warden” in which several high-level avatars wailed on the creature nonstop for 18 hours straight and no scratch on the beast.
This seemingly unbeatable boos will not prevent people from vip168 completing the computer game. Though persistent online game don’t end the same way a normal single player game does. The has sparked debate as to what exactly the develops at square-Enix expect out of their devoted fan bass. As a result message board all over the place have lite up with players being less then satisfied with the new upgrade. They have called out the company on its in-game warning “no desire to see your real life suffer as a consequence [of playing]. Don’t forget your friends, your family, your school or your work.”
It was easy for Square-Enix to say. “While the beast continually healed, the gamers weren’t so lucky.”
“People were passing out and getting physically ill,” leaders of the player guild said in a forum post. “We decided to end it before we risked turning into a horrible news story about how video games ruin people’s lives.”
According to this reader it is already too late.