YG.com, a leading provider of Internet gaming and online community tools, has announced that they will be releasing the first complete FFXIV database (which will contain information about Final Fantasy XIV items, quests, NPCs, and more) the moment the Square-Enix non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is lifted.
FFXIV is the sequel to Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XI (FFXI), and was first announced in August 2005 under the codename “Rapture”. FFXIV has been highly anticipated by the gaming community, and has features similar to other titles in the Final Fantasy series (such as the experience-based level-progression found in FFXI and the “skill-based progression” found in Final Fantasy II). FFXIV also introduces a new job system wherein players can switch job classes by just changing their equipped weapons.
YG.com assigned their best researchers and programmers to work on the FFXIV database, placing a large amount of time and effort into crafting a reliable resource site for all Final Fantasy FFXIV players. The database will be found at http://ffxiv.yg.com/, and will feature detailed information on items, quests, skills, NPCs, and much more.
Brian Higby, YG.com’s chief technology officer, shared his thoughts: “As a company that aims to provide online gamers with the information and tools they need to enhance their gameplay, we knew we had to come up with a great resource site for FFXIV. We are looking forward to releasing the database as soon as possible and contributing what we can to the growing FFXIV community.”
Yellow Gremlin Network (YG.com), established in 2008, is a privately owned provider of Internet gaming and online community tools. Through its website at http://www.yg.com, the company offers a collection of game databases designed and developed by computer engineers, and powered by proprietary technology to provide relevant support and information to online gamers and ensure in-game satisfaction. YG.com’s popular databases enhance the online gaming experience for massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) including Age of Conan, Aion, Final Fantasy XI, and Final Fantasy XIV.
In February 2010, YG.com took over the management of Lineage II Warehouse (L2WH) and Aion Warehouse (AionWH).
More information is available online at http://www.yg.com.