Summary: Trouble is brewing in Final Fantasy (FF) land. An ancient evil known as Darkmaster Bebuzzu has been released from its eternal prison, and only one blonde, spiky-haired protagonist can prevent certain disaster. His name is Chocobo, an ostrich-like creature. Darkmaster Bebuzzu is an anthropomorphised storybook, and he wants to turn Chocobo's friends into 2D trading cards in an attempt to take over the world.
Summary: While this game isn't typically long and deeply involved like most Final Fantasy franchises, it's a lot of fun. If you enjoyed the Tetra Masters card game in Final Fantasy IX, you'll definitely like this game - you don't fight typically, you defeat your opponents by winning card games. Also, it's ADORABLE!
Summary: It's an okay collection of Final Fantasy like mini-games with a card like battle aspect to it. It's actually kinda complicated at first but then you start to get it. If your a fan of FF like me then you'll probably wanna get it because of all the moogles and chocobos but if your not a fan then I say buy something else.
Summary: The most adorable flightless bird is hero in its own DS game! How cute! But don't think the gameplay is easy or only for children because it has one of the most recognizable yellow animated characters as its protagonist. The goal of the game is to defeat Bebuzzu and save the crystals (a la Final Fantasy) and your fellow chocobo friends. There are fable books scattered around the world to help you achieve this task. There are 2 types of gameplay in this game.
Summary: I imagine this game would be quite fun for small children, but marketing it under the Final Fantasy name smacks of a marketing gimmick to sell more copies to the fans of the franchise. I'd recommend for 3-7 years of age.
Summary: Honestly, I had no clue what I was getting into when I picked this game up. I figured, "Hey, I've played most of the other FF games, let's give this a shot." I thought it was going to be an easy kid's game that my nieces would like after I was through with it, but I was quite surprised. It's not a kid's game. It would be tough for little kids to actually beat, but it's a nice fun mini-game filled... game. And.... It's chocobos galore!
Summary: First, let me explain why I bought this game. A long time ago, I played Chocobo Racing and really enjoyed the short story mode. I'd only wished it had been longer. So, I bought Chocobo's Dungeon 2, thinking it would have a better developed story and be a true RPG. Wrong! It was a hideously boring dungeon crawler that had even less story in it than the racing game.
Fables you say? The only tall-tale here is this game being rated as good.
T. DeGuelle "deguelleta", Amazon
24 June 2008
Summary: First thing I'll say about this title is don't purchase it for more than $10. There is charm in the game, but overall it doesn't make up for the overall recycled gameplay and just pure repetitiveness. I am a huge fan of RPGs, I've played almost all the main series, and ventured into the more underground ones (Like Atelier Iris, Etrian Odyssey, & Atelier Iris.) Therefore, I am one mildly educated on the subject of RPGs and the Final Fantasy World.