Anyone that has grown up with Nintendo home consoles, that has followed the Final Fantasy history, and that calls themselves self-respecting gamers knows that the arrival of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
is a big deal. For GameCube owners -- especially the ones with a stake in previous Nintendo home consoles -- it should be a monumental event.
However, Crystal Chronicles is not the traditional Square RPG that fans of the franchise might expect. It's a whole new kind of adventure that utilizes the growingly popular Game Boy Advance-to-GameCube connection, making it primarily a multiplayer game.
Former IGNcube editor Fran Mirabella (current IGN Insider editor-in-chief) takes a final look at FFCC in this video review.
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