Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Chronicles
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6 July 2011
Summary: For all of Square's explosive growth over the last few years, Final Fantasy Chronicles proves that the company hasn't forgotten its roots. Like 1999's Final Fantasy Anthology, which saw the release of Final Fantasies V and VI, Chronicles is a repackaging of two of Square's greatest triumphs from the golden 16-bit era--here, Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger make their return.
Summary: I can't say enough about these 2 awesome games. I played the original games on the SNES and fell in love with them, which are 2 of my favorite of all time. There were some changes made in this re-release though, namely the short movies, some text in game, and a few others. The added movies are a plus, although unnecessary they are a nice bonus. Apparently some of the text was rewritten, which I was overall disappointed with.
Summary: This,didn't look like any Final Fantasy I ever played. I was pretty reluctant to play it, because it didn't seem attracting by looking at the cover, but I tried it anyway. The game is about misiama infecting the lands,every place excpet towns,which are protected by giant crystals,but it needs a certian type of holy water to keep protecting the town.
Summary: The entire Final Fantasy series are awesome, and Chrono Trigger is yet another example of a great role playing game; it's like 2 games in one! I bought this as a request from my 18 year-old nephew. He had played this game, previously for Playstation. It involves realistic graphics and several possible endings; it's like playing a different game each time! The story, characters, magic, and mystery are truly engaging!
Summary: FF Crystal Chronicles is an interesting twist in the Final Fantasy series. Hardcore FF fans may dismiss this game after about 10 minutes, but more open gamers will find this quirky adventure quite entertaining. You pick your adventurer from 4 races, each with specific looks. Then, you start on your journey to save your city from an evil force known as miasma. There are many plots going on at once in this game also. The graphics are absolutely drop-dead gorgeous.
Summary: his game is fun enough. And just like others it doesnt look like a Final Fantasy game. Only that they use magic that's all. Ok singleplayer it's fun and all but i just find it simple fighting. I think the boss fights were very cool. And the multiplayer was fun but the problem is you need gameboy advance or sp to play multiplayer. And i dont like that. O almost forgot the cable to connect the gba or sp to the Gamecube. Too much money.
Excerpt: I heard rumors of a new Final Fantasy collection a long time ago, ans when I heard that the two games included in the package were Final Fantasy 4 and Chrono Trigger I immediately became interested. These are two of the games that I was raised on, Final Fantasy 4 was the one game that got me interested in RPGs, and Chrono Trigger is one of my favorite games of all time, next to Final Fantasy 4 and 7.
Pros: Two Of The greatest games ever in one package
Excerpt: I know i haven't wrote an opinon for ages so here is my latest one. After months and months of waiting, Square/EA has released Final Fantasy Chronicles. This package contains the two immortal classics, Chrono Trigger, and Final Fantasy 4. I didn't expect this to come out until mid July, but, as I was browsing the PSX titles of Toys R Us, I saw it, and I grabbed it, and after playing each game for about 3 hours, I can say, that the wait was worth it.