Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
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Beats Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword in my book.
Lucille P. Robinson, Amazon
13 December 2014
Summary: This game is one step ahead of the Legend of Zelda games that I have loved ever since I played the first one so many years ago. By one step ahead I mean this... The characters actually talk. At times, the characters take over and talk without the gamer being able to control it. This is a good way to impart certain information the gamer may need or keep the gamer aware of what is actually going on.
Summary: I Think this game is pretty good overall, but is lacking in many areas. the combat is pretty confusing and awkward (you attack enemies by picking them up and throwing them at other enemies/walls/ trees/etc.) but other than that it's actually a pretty good wii game. The on-rails sequences are pretty fun and the story is really good. It's also one of the few Wii RPGs that actually lets you explore the world in small zones instead of linear pathways.
Summary: Dear god, this game is an abomination. It pukes all over the Final Fantasy name with it's bad story, cringe worthy characters, motion only based controls and has NO RPG ELEMENTS WHATSOEVER. No classes, no skills, no other party members besides your main character who sucks, apparently he never learned how to do what most rpgs characters can do like I don't know... Use a sword or some f*****g magic but no, instead all he can do is lift and throw things using telekinesis.
Great story,has sex appeal and nice visuals but it's battle system is hard to get used to.
TidusandYuna1983ZackandAerith, Game Informer
26 November 2013
Summary: At first I wasn't too impressed with this game because it has a weird battle system and minimal leveling up,but after I progressed a few hours into this 10 hour game,the game started growing on me,because it's story is great and can be quite emotional and even though I don't like the game's main character,I like the other characters in the game.
Summary: Great game. Too bad it was a sleeper hit. I wish some of the other spin off FF titles had more publicity than they did. There's a bunch of fun Squenix games that never really had a mass following like the main FF series. Still a great game over all.
Summary: In this game your main way to attack things is will your ability to move objects and monsters. This game was alot of fun and didn't think the main story would last as long as it did with plenty of places to venture and a very good story. Would probably recommend this game played by kids in their teens or maybe a little younger but overall is pretty enjoyable from the beginning to end.