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RPGamer: Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon Review

RPGamer writes: "Cid and his pet chocobo, named Chocobo, are pilfering a tower in a desert when they get blasted into the sky and land in the town of Lostime in which a sporadically ringing clock tower deletes the inhabitants' memories to the point that they might not even recall their own names. Soon thereafter, a levitating, glowing, talking, baby humanoid in an egg crashes into the center of the town, and Chocobo gains the ability to teleport into people's minds in order to regain small fragments of their memories. So Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon starts out on the strange side; however the weird setting provides a premise for the existence of numerous, shape-shifting dungeons in a manner more reasonable than most dungeon crawlers do, and also allows a typically light-on-plot subgenre to tell a deep story."

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