Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
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DragovianLink , GameStop
29 December 2010
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.
Summary: This was a horrible game. Not only was the storyline bad, but the game play was just as bad. I mean come on whats up with the stupid bucket that provides you protection. Soon they will form a colt to the buccket. All hail the all mighty bucket. Anyways this game does not do the Final Fantasy series any justice. Although I'm glad to see Final Fantasy return to the Nintendo. If you are going to release a game this bad stay away. Please stay very far away.
Excerpt: "Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles moves away from the original Final Fantasy trend.Drawing spells and items from enamies and learning new spells and combining items.This game however has no similarities with the trend of the other series. When you play this game,the enamies are moving around on the screen and chase after you when you enter the sight of view,instead of a swirly screen image and a seperate battle arena,you fight the enamies on the spot.For ...
Summary: I bought this game expecting it to be brilliant, having had good reports of other final fantaay games on the playstation. However, i was very disappointed when i finally go to play it that most of the game requires a Gameboy Advance. All the multiplayer parts require each of your friends and you to have a Gameboy Advance and unfortunately i don't have one so can't comment on those areas of the game. The parts of the game that don't need an GA are ok.
Summary: What do you expect when you hear the words 'Final Fantasy'? A game that will provide days of enjoyment and stimulating storylines, in depth character plots and a vast array of extra options. This game delivers NONE of these things. Making the transition from PS2 to GC has robbed this epic series of all originality and fun. The realtime playing does nothing for any strategy involved with the fights and the whole inventory is designed to be toddler friendly.
Summary: It's a Final Fantasy; and that is why i rared up and sent someone out to America to pick up a copy before the English release. BAD idea. The game's bad points are: 1) The story line is more dull than a 2d retro/arcade game. The story is blunt and VERY basic. This is obviously a huge let down as Final Fantasy's are known to have some of the best stroylines around (Final Fantasy 7 just can't be topped) 2) Whilst in dungeons you have to carry (or have carried at a...
Summary: A reasonable game with stunning graphics and powerful beginning storyline. However as the game furthurs on the storyline weakens and repeats to create an ultimately impressivly boring storyline. The graphics and the beginning story line will greatly impress all however onto the second part of the world it shall repeat itself, and for the fourth, and for the fifth, until you fall asleep in the chair with a controller in your hands.
Summary: This game is mainly designed to be a multiplayer experience for 4 players, each with their own GBA and link cable. You can play it on your own, of course, but the single-player game is lacking in almost everything that made the other FF titles great. The only area in which this game excels is the graphics, which are beautiful. However, the art design has returned to the style of FFIX rather than the more realistic, adult characters as seen in FFVIII, FFX and FFX-2.