Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon
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A very fun game.
WiiGameGuy , GameStop
14 March 2014
Summary: I'd like to say that until this title, I had never beat a single game in the Final Fantasy franchise....and I had never played a Chocobo's Dungeon game......long story short, I got 38 hours worth of game-time out of this haha. From the engaging cutscenes to the challenging dungeons to the mini games within, this title is a title worth the 9.99 price tag.
Summary: I have been playing different versions of chocobo dungeon on different systems for years and this latest installment didn't dissapoint...I was enthralled from the begining intro...the game play is excelent, the cut sceens are beautiful, the replay value is limitless and the game is just down right fun..
Summary: Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Dungeon is one of those cross-genre titles that makes great attempts to appeal to players but ultimately fails. On the surface, the cutesy graphics and iconic yellow chocobos - a sort of oversized chicken - draw us into the village of Lost Time. Here, a bell wipes out everyone's memories daily and hides a dark secret the villagers work to uncover. Dig deeper and the game's difficulty ramps up immensely.
Summary: You play a chocobo, which is not surprise, while you adventure through dungeons you can change jobs for him. At first you will only have yourself as a job and gradually you'll be able to change jobs to a knight, a thief, which in my opinion is the best to use until the last boss, a white mage, black mage, a dragoon, a dark knight which I did not even use, a scholar, and thats all I can remember from the top of my head.
Summary: I got this game yesterday and i loved it!! first of all the graphics are so great. all of my wii games don't even compare. second of all the gamplay is great!! you get to choose between different jobs which each have unique abilities such as a knight or black mage. you get to fight monsters in dungeons that are different every time you go in them. there is also a place where you get to play minigames such as pop-up duel.
Summary: I picked up this product expecting to be dissapointed at a poor storyline and gameplay mechanics, but I was incredibly wrong. This is a true Final Fantasy game. The difficulty is right for Final Fantasy, the story was good, and the gameplay was amazing. I don't think I have ever been more impressed at a modern Final Fantasy game that isn't a remake. You play a choboco named "Choboco." You enter the first dungeon and go through a tutorial that explains all of the basics.
Summary: I was a bit skeptical at first... I haven't played video games since I was a kid and ownded a SNES. As an adult, I rediscovered this fun and purchased a Wii and love it. While I own many Wii games, I'm actually currently playing old gamecube games to get "caught up." So I played this game last night (remember I am comparing this to all the game cube games I am playing.) The animations were excellent.
Awesome! Better than Crystal Chronicles!! Good old turn based RPG action
Mulder1617 , GameStop
8 July 2008
Summary: I was skeptical at first of this game based on some recent bad reviews but when I got into the game I absolutely loved it. The graphics are pretty good for a WII game, the story isn't too shabby, and the cuteness of Chocobo on the front of the box should not turn away old school turned base RPG games. Its a mixture of the original FF games for the NES and SNES plus Final Fantasy tactics rolled into one.