Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales
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One of my favorites
16 June 2013
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: 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.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
18 May 2007
Summary: Final Fantasy Fables - Chocobo Tales takes the intriguing world of Final Fantasy and turns it into a young kid friendly mixture of minigames and simple storyline. Where most other Final Fantasy games involve storylines and in-game management that might be too complex for the younger set, with Final Fantasy Fables - Chocobo Tales we have a storyline that is very sanitized and gentle.
Summary: At first I was a little skeptical with the whole "storybook" approach. After the first few mini-games though I became hooked. All the main mini-games are a lot of fun, plus there are tons of other sidequest mini-games. The card duel style is interesting but nonetheless fun. I think any Final Fantasy fan would enjoy all of the references to classic monsters and characters. The games are fun, and some are suprisingly challenging to fully unlock.
Summary: I must say that I am a 33-year-old female DS user, and a mom to 2 boys (ages 10 and 7) who also have their own DS system. We all have a copy of this game. I didn't think that I would like the card-based battle system but I thought that I would give it a try, if only to be able to play multi-player with them. First of all, the game is absolutely adorable and the graphics are great.
Summary: The first thing you may notice about Final Fantasy Fables is that even though it bears the Final Fantasy name, this game is pretty much aimed at kids. That being said, what's to be found here with Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales is actually pretty good. Pretty much a collection of card battles and mini-games to go along with some tried but true Final Fantasy stule gameplay, Chocobo Tales puts you in the role of the feathered, friendly animal that's become a mainstay...
Summary: I am a Final Fantasy Freak. Anything with that branding on it I have to have it - so I got this as a stocking filler. I didnt expect much to the game, I'm not really a DS Fan either. However - to my surpirse - this game was addictive yet not too overwhelming for a non-hardcore gamer like myself. Ok it is babyish in parts but all the characters are there (from Shiva to Cid).
Summary: I'm not a huge fan of the final fantasy games, but this I had to give a try. It is a very sweet little game where you play as a chocobo and run around rescuing your friends who are trapped in cards by an evil lady and her very evil book. Some of your friends are scattered around the place, others you have to play mini/micro games to release. But you don't need to know those details! You can discover that as you play! I'm here to say what I thought about it!
Excerpt: If you like RPGs then this is a must have for you on Nintendo DS. It is essentially in mini game style but you are able to explore at your own rate and pleasure. The mini games are excellent and have some great stories... what a bore... but no these games are extremely fun. What I most like about this game is the card system. You collect cards that have monsters relating to many of the original final fantasy games on the Playstation.
Pros: great minigames suitable for all gamers plus final fantasy monster cards