Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales
Showing 1-10 of 39
Replay value 9
Final Fantasy Fables Chocobo Tales
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
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.
Excerpt: I’m not really sure what age group Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales is aiming for. On one hand, the game is absolutely adorable. Cutesy characters populate the land, such as one particularly obese chocobo (think of them as the ostriches of the Final Fantasy world, except they don’t look like freaks of nature and they’re badass).
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.
Excerpt: As the Final Fantasy series is sucked of all its worth by Square-Enix, gamers can expect a lot of spin-offs and distractions. Perhaps fans can trust Square-Enix’s DS efforts, though; Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime was a great game that ran for Best DS Game of 2006 last year, and upon us now is another great Nintendo DS game: Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales.
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. Players will challenge dozens of mini-games and micro-games as they embark on a journey to rescue their lost friends and restore peace to the land.