Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
24 March 2008
Excerpt: >While it received a really bad rap overall, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles also managed to upstart a new subseries to Square Enix’s megafranchise, so perhaps it did do something right. Namely, it was fun to play in a group. So welcome to a short review.
Excerpt: It took years, but Square and Nintendo are finally back together. Nintendo fans rejoiced and envisioned a bright future filled with fantasy, but Crystal Chronicles wasn’t quite what they expected.
Excerpt: Reviewer's Note: I did not play this game to completion. So there may be some inaccuracies. Nevertheless, this will help inform those who want information. Some people doubted that Square and Nintendo would ever cooperate again after their 'break-up' around the release of the Nintendo 64.
Excerpt: Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles is the first Final Fantasy game to be on a Nintendo console since back on the Super Nintendo days. It's quite a departure from what the normal Final Fantasy games are like, but is it any good?
Excerpt: It has been a very long time since a Final Fantasy game appeared on a Nintendo console. Ignoring the Game Boy incarnations, Final Fantasy and Square have been absent since the “good ol’ days” of Super Nintendo.
Excerpt: Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles ( FFCC ) is a first-rate action, third-person, hack and slash RPG targeted for up to 4 multiple players, that also succeeds as a gripping single player adventure.
Excerpt: The focus here is obviously on teamwork and helping each other, and so long as the people you play with aren't self-centered and recognize how to play as a team, Crystal Chronicles will make for one hell of a time.
Excerpt: Final Fantasy is one of the best fantasy RPG series I have ever played. From back in the day of the first Final Fantasy on the Nintendo, I have played and beat almost every Final Fantasy that has come out. The latest installment in the series; Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, is no exception.