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Submitted by Sangria 2017d ago | review

Ngamer: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers review

Matthew Castle from Ngamer on CVG writes:

"Could Bearers' true playfulness be better integrated? Certainly. Does the story feel a little odd taken alone? Without a doubt. But knowing this going in should help. Ultimately, it's hard to begrudge any game that encourages you to throw poo at cats and use a cow as a pump-action milk gun. Final Fantasy has always done the best line in silly anime hair - how nice to see Crystal Bearers let it down."

Verdict
Dumb action threatens to overshadow the odd combat system, but beneath it there's some of Squeenix's most enjoyable work in years. (Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers, Final Fantasy: The Crystal Bearers, Wii) 8.4/10

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