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True Fantasy Live Online Delayed Again
03.02.04 - 3:21 PM

Microsoft has announced that its Level 5-developed Xbox MMORPG True Fantasy Live Online has been pushed from its projected summer release date to a winter 2004 release. Accordingly the game's beta testing phase, originally expected for this spring will be delayed until summer. The developers' intention to deliver the best MMORPG possible by using the latest technology available has made the delay necessary, as Level 5 does not want to make any compromises, when it comes to the final product's quality. Delivering an unfinished product would be a betrayal of the fans, so the statement.

Alongside Climax's Sudeki and Sega's Phantasy Star Online Episode I and II, True Fantasy Live Online is regarded as the biggest MMORPG title set to appear on Microsoft's console so far.


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