FFCC Takes Home The Grand Prize
Ikuzo    2003-12-25, 00:14 am.

Agency of Cultural Affairs held its 7th annual Media Art Festival in Japan yesterday, 24th December 2003. The festival awards prizes to the most respectful pieces of art in different categories and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicle was awarded the grand prize in the Entertainment category.

The judging comittee commented, "Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicle has a first class finishing with outstanding graphics and music".

Producer, Akitoshi Kawazu, gave a brief speech, emphasising on the "Friendship" aspect of the game. "RPG portrays the development of the characters through friendships and repulsion. What's different in Crystal Chronicle is that those friends are right by your side." He thanked all staffs in both Nintendo and Square Enix who worked really hard in the project, and lastly, us the players who bought the game.

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