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: Being a young adult, when I first saw this game I thought it looked really cute but maybe a little more geared for kids. Wow was I ever wrong, and I'm really glad I chose to get it. Hands down this is my favorite DS game so far, and I haven't even finished it yet. You play as a chocobo and can name yourself whatever you want. A friend of yours has you open this book he got, and it ends up stealing the souls of all your friends.
Summary: I didnt really know what to expect from this game, other than it being really cutesy. But after playing it for an hour, i realized this game is a lot of fun, esp. if you other friends who play it too! Pop-up card dueling is fun, and the mini-games add entertainment to the story. Stories in this game are *Final Fantasized* so be ready to chuckle a bit. Recommended indeed!
Summary: Chocobo Tales is a highly rewarding and surprising game. Because of the cute design, I expected it to be very easy, and was afraid it would be a failure like FF Tactics Advance. I couldn't have been more wrong! This game meets and far exceeds expectations. The story isn't much to look at, it's true. Basically, by restoring power to the crystals containing water, fire, earth, and lightning, you're trying to halt and defeat the evil lord of darkness, Bebuzzu.
Summary: Coming to Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales was actually somewhat awkward at first. Final Fantasy spin offs are usually hit or miss. On one hand there are spin offs like Final Fantasy Tactics that are absolutely amazing. On the other hand you have games like Dirge of Cerberus that aren't exactly wonderful, and then you've got the downright horrible like the Chocobo Dungeon games.
Summary: What a beautiful game ! Based on characters from the Final Fantasy game series, Chocobo Tales makes the whole franchise available and playable to a much broader spectrum of ages. My daughter, six, managed to beat the last Boss, but the whole game is beautiful. Loosely retold fairy tales are given a FF spin, then you play minigames associated with these stories (you also collect chapters by completing thses games), to release your captured Chocobo friends from the...