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Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
Into Liquid Sky
12 March 2005
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: 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. As a party of anywhere from one to four people (three or four being optimal), that group will be the hope of a town that requires them to adventure out and return with a life-giving force.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (Gamecube) Review
12 March 2004
Excerpt: So Final Fantasy has finally come back to Nintendo after a long time of waiting. Fans should rejoice but not all is what it is seemed. For example this final fantasy does not have random battles, turn based combat or the excellent storyline, it just seems like a quite poor hack and slash when you play it for the first time and as you progress through it.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles bares little resemblance to the Final Fantasy games seen on the Playstation or SNES, so to call this a return to Nintendo would be off the mark. It would be more accurate to say that this is a new branch of the franchise that will hopefully grow on under the Nintendo name.
Excerpt: Finally Square has returned to its welcome routes and created a game for a Nintendo Console! Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles is unlike any other previous Final Fantasy game, mainly because of the fact it is multiplayer action RPG. Using GBA connectivity, up to four players can experience the game at anyone time, using their game boy advance screens as stat and item displays meaning you never have to pause the game to configure items and weapons.
Conclusion: Auch wenn Final Fantasy enorm viel Peripherie benötigt: Die Interaktion zwischen Gameboy Advance und GameCube funkioniert ganz hervorragend. Connectivity at it´s best in einer fesselnden, wunderschönen und lebendigen Welt voller Mythen und Zauberei - und das exklusiv auf unserem GameCube!