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Final Fantasy Fables Chocobo Tales
Family Friendly Gaming
5 November 2007
Excerpt: At its core, this is another Final Fantasy game (editor: which have not faired well historically with Family Friendly Gaming). With that said, everything from normal Final Fantasy games is toned down to make it friendlier to the younger audience.
Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales (Nintendo DS) Review
6 September 2007
Summary: Whilst Final Fantasy may have a massive following around the world, the yellow Chocobo from the long running role-playing game series that help to transport characters across the gaming terrain without hassle from enemies is not quite as well-known, or at least popular, in the West.
Conclusion: Overall, the real success of the game is that it is attractive to both younger and older players. Even if you don’t have kids or younger siblings with which to share the experience it is still a great little game in its own right and well worth a purchase. Top Game Moment:
NDS Review - 'Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales'
17 April 2007
Summary: Chocobo Tales takes place in a fun and enchanting world filled with trademark characters from the Final Fantasy franchise. Featuring innovative stylus and Touch Screen functionality, players will challenge dozens of minigames and microgames as they embark on a journey to rescue their lost friends...
Conclusion: The soundtrack of Chocobo Tales offers some new music and some remixed material; and it's awesome. Fans will definitely eat up songs like the remixed boss fight theme from Final Fantasy VI , and even though things have been given a slight injection of “cute,” the soundtrack rocks.
Excerpt: Well, as we all know, Square Enix make some of the best games you can get on almost every console live and dead. So a new Final Fantasy series designed from the ground up for the DS sounds like a complete and utter gamer's dream...well, yes and no!
Excerpt: It seems Nintendo consoles and mini-games have gone together like fish and chips since the Wii and DS turned up. And now Square Enix has joined the party with this cute Final Fantasy spin-off.