Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates
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Cynthia Pabon, Amazon
30 June 2014
Summary: I had this game before and traded it in at gamestop & my daughter was very upset cause she really liked the game. A year later & she brought up the game again so started my hunt. I didn't that it was so hard to find. I found a few listings on amazon but they were either in Japanese or the prices they were asking was too high. I am so glad to have found this one at such a reasonable price and right before my daughter's birthday! She loves it. It's just like new.
Summary: I had been looking for a action/rpg with a differnet sort of combat system in rpg style games. FFC was just what I was looking for, On the nintendo ds it can be played on the go at anytime, and when need be close the ds for a break. The open dung system was great too, I prefer games not so straight forward and my wife enjoys graphics of the game too.
Summary: Here is the list of the pros. 1. Decent story. 2.endless ways to customize the charactors and create new things. 3. Light hearted and stress free game to play, not as challenging or frustraiting as supermario games. 4 smooth controls. Now the cons. 1. Your teamates are so stupid it's apalling. They are contantly in the way and it's rare that they help you fight enemys. They just stand there getting hit doing nothing until they die.
Summary: Ring of Fates a sequel or prequel? for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles for the GameCube, the game is an action RPG, with elements of the last game, another game of the same series follows the same mechanics but with some new features called Echos of Time for Wii and DS.
Summary: What can i say about this game? It's AWESOME for those who like their RPG's with Real-Time Combat. it mixes everything you lov e about Final Fantasy with a compelling, somewhat childish, and (in my opion), moving, touching, and intriguing storyline. I won't spoil the ending, but I will say this. Be prepared to grab a hanky, scratch your head, and desire to keep diving in.