Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
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Best GC game ever!
COOCKGOOBLIN , GameStop
18 October 2012
Summary: I loved this game as a kid and 5 years later, I still love it! I clocked in so many hours into this game and yet I never got bored. This game is great for any type of gamer and definitely worth the buy.
Summary: This is my favorite game for the GC to date. I still play it 8 years later! It has a fantastic soundtrack and the graphics are superb for a GameCube game. The characters are appealing and some have some interesting dimension to them. Plus there's a multiplayer mode ( You do need to find multiple GameBoy Advances/SP and the link cables to play though). Dungeons can get tricky as the years reach past 10 so look online and research the best gear.
Summary: Final Fantasy CC was a childhood favorite of mine and still is! I am now twenty and still want to bust this bad boy out every now and then. This game actually came out before the one on the ds or wii did so this is the original Crystal Chronicles. What is happening in this game is that every town runs on crystal like water that keeps the towns alive. To search for more crystals the town sends out crystal caravans to go get it then bring it back.
Summary: OK, (classic to me...). I play this game at my cousins house all the time!! I normally burn through games in a few days/weeks. This was not the case for this one. You can choose your gender and a chararter from four different tribes. I haven't beat it yet, but you mainly fight monsters, and travel from place to place. The main reason why I love this game is the music, the opening alone was our favorite, each place has a soundtrack and it's not the old keyboard type.
Summary: This game wasn't half bad. I actually enjoyed it a lot. The thing I like about it is that it is a full co-op game. Granted with most games there are negatives, but with this game you don't really pay attention to the negatives. Granted the one thing I didn't like is that in order to play co-op, each player must use the GBA (or in my cousin's case, a GB Micro) and use the GBA to GC link.
Summary: I found that the storyline was pleasing and was amused that at the beginning of the game you completely customize your character and choose your family's profession. But, it was disappoining when i found out that you have to return and beat each "dungeon" multiple times in order to collect the mirula droplets. havent played it for awhile because it doesnt seem too interesting knowing that you're gonna just have to repeat another dungeon and fight the same boss.