November 2010

Here you can find news items that were posted on Hell and Heaven Net in the past.

Final Fantasy XIV

Square Enix has announced that due to technical problems in Final Fantasy XIV they are giving their players another 30 days extra of free play time.

The company wants players to experience the coming 'large-scale' version updates that should 'improve' the game. The first one is planned for 25 November, while the other one will take place mid-December.

Final Fantasy XIV was badly received by fans and reviewers. GameSpot gave the game a 4.0 and GameTrailers a 4.2, making it the lowest score a Final Fantasy game has received to date.

SMALL UPDATE: The port to the PlayStation 3 has been completed.


The European PlayStation Blog announced yesterday that as of today the classic RPG Grandia will be available for download for €7.99 / £6.29 on European PlayStation Network.


The original Grandia was released back in 1997 on the Sega Saturn in Japan only. In 1999 the game was ported to the PlayStation and released in North America and in 2001 in Europe.
The story begins as Justin, who has inharited the Spirit Stone from his father that was a great adventurer. On one day when visiting the Salt Ruins with his friend Sue, they find out that the Spirt Stone is the key to the secrets of the ancient Icarians. An epic adventure follows.