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Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles

Not Rentable
GF Rating
6.6

1107 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
10

Perfect

Woderful Game <A MUST PLAY>

posted by ProphetOfGaming (ELBERFELD, IN) Apr 1, 2013

Member since Apr 2013

This game has kept my family, friends, and I entertained for many months. Whether it was exploring every inch of the world or collecting as much money or meat as possible, HAHA! This is a game you, and everyone else is sure to enjoy.

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Great Multiplayer Game!

posted by Aquatech00 (CHULA VISTA, CA) Jun 21, 2010

Member since Jun 2010

This is an awesome Final Fantasy game, keep in mind though that this is not the classic time based turn RPG and more of a action RPG game where you must be paying attention all time to the whole screen.

The Bad: the things that most people have a complaint about is the fact that you have to be inside the circle which is the chalice safe spot, this limits you to be able to let you move independently from the group and i feel this is best since it lets be a party multiplayer game.

This is a GREAT multiplayer game, but keep in mind you MUST have the cables for each gameboy advance/SP.

I love this game but it hard to play unless everyone in my party brings a SP. IMO must have game to play.

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Gamecube's best

posted by Chiefpacma (AUSTIN, TX) Apr 19, 2010

Member since Mar 2010

3 out of 3 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

I really do not understand why this game is getting such a bad rap. I thought this game was one of the Gamecube's best games.

It is 2010, and I still play this game occasionally. The graphics are amazing for the GC, the storyline is amazing by any standards. No square enix game deserves less than a 9, including this one.

The multiplayer was extremely fun, although it was annoying to have to hook up the gameboys I will admit. But the gameboy controller did help a lot. There was no stopping when someone had to switch some spells around, because they could just do it on their gameboy.
The leveling up was fun as well. When playing with a group there is a lot of strategy that goes into it. One person may train defence, while another trains magic, and so on in order to defeat a boss or a level.

The world seems endless, and each time I re do a level to train I find caves and monsters I did not notice before. There are hundreds of levels, dozens of towns, and several regions to keep you attention.

You do not have to be a FF fan to enjoy this! if you have a gamecube try it out!

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