Summary: Well I was almost torn to give it a five stars but a couple things made my mind. First is wasn't super super good like some other games (Animal Crossing, Kingdom Hearts, and Zelda) so I felt I might have to rate it lower. All the same there can be different levels of five stars. So what finished making my mind up was the fact that one: Your companions will constantly kill themselves... And are of almost no use. And Two: You need a more flexible save system!
Summary: I bought this game for my sister, who did not know how to get especially far in it, considering she is quite young, so of course, she asked me for help. Once I figured out a few things I was drawn into it quite a bit more, and ended up making my own profile and playing it all the way through. In retrospect, I had a whole lot of fun playing this game, and it had it's good share of challenging moments.
Summary: Ring of Fates for the DS is a solid title, but not flawless. The game provides a visual experience that surpasses many DS titles, however this is both a pro and a con for the game. Although the graphics are intriguing at times, those moments are overshadowed by the jagged polygons that make up the characters' bodies. For me, this isn't too much of an issue. Moving on, the game itself is enjoyable. Gameplay is fairly simple but I didn't find it too childish or basic.
Summary: This game was definitely a lot of fun to play and really should be classified as an action-rpg rather than a traditional turn-based rpg. The controls took a little getting used to, but once you have the hang of it, the game becomes a lot of fun. Overall the difficulty is pretty low, but there is a good amount of replay-ability, especially since you can solo-play through the multiplayer part of the game.
Summary: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates is a sequel in spirit to its GameCube Predecessor, though much improved in function. While I have a few complaints about the game in general, it is, on the whole, a great title and a must have for DS owners. The game itself is set after the conclusion of the original Crystal Chronicles; Miasma and the Chalice are both gone (Thank Goodness!) and the world is seeking to repair itself.
Summary: This followup to Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles takes the mechanics developed in the first game, polishes them, and wraps them up in a new story and game for the DS. The overall effect is something that would be excellent from any other publisher, but is merely good from SE. The main complaint from the first game (the annoying bucket), is gone. Whether in one player or multiplayer modes, your characters will all have a chance to play the game.
Summary: While it lasts, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates is an enjoyable excursion that mostly lives up to its license. Playing as twins Yuri and Chelinka, you assemble your party and embark on the usual dungeon and monster battling RPG goodness that we all know and love. What makes Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates so enjoyable is that the game does boast some nice production values in terms of graphics and overall presentation, with the characters,...