FFCC: New Details on Gameplay + Price
sifar    2003-06-12, 09:53 am.

Famitsu annouced a few days ago that Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles would be sold for 8800 yen, however, Square Enix has now confirmed that the game will be sold for 6800 Yen. The first Square Enix GC title will primarily be based on multiplayer gaming and the use of the GBA. Therefore, the game will be sold with a cable link that will allow you to connect the GBA with the GC.

Recently, a press conference was held in Tokyo by Nintendo where new details of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles were released.

  1. The game will run at 30 frames/sec
  2. The option of playing single-player is available
  3. Certain multi-player parts require the use of the GBA
  4. Loading times of the world map take only 4 to 5 seconds
  5. Options to make a character include: name, village type, sex, race, hair colour, and trade of parents
  6. In solo, the player is alone with no AI controlled characters surrounding the player

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Brendan    2007-10-11    2 comments

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Crystal Chronicles Sequel On Nintendo Revolution

Xin    2005-05-19    0 comments

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FF:CC full introduction available for download

sifar    2004-02-18    0 comments

Square Enix released Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles in North America on February 9, 2004. Commercials for the title have been airing consistently on North American TV stations. Nintendo is definitely trying to make this title one of their most successful ones. In any event, GameTrailers.com has made available the full opening sequence to the game on their website. The video...