Gamer 2.0 Review: Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon

Chris Selogy:

''t was no surprise to hear that Square Enix wanted to make a game for the Wii starring their cute and cuddly Chocobo character, but to see a new installment in the Chocobo's Dungeon series was a surprise. That's mainly because we haven't seen the series for 10 years now since its last installment on the original PlayStation. Although this game is attached to the Final Fantasy Fables series that originated on the DS with a mini-game collection, Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon is certainly not a casual game by any means.

Chocobo's Dungeon revolves around Cid and his partner Chocobo working their way through a dungeon, the training area for you. Before they know it, they're transported to a mysterious town called Losttime. They learn that the bell in the middle of the town is causing folks to lose their memories whenever it rings, but the creepy part of the story is that the townsfolk chant in harmony that forgetting who they are and forgetting their past is a good thing. Adding to the strange story, a baby is born from an egg that crash lands nearby and apparently has some strange ability to help these townsfolk regain their memories if they can survive the treacherous path through the dungeon in their mind to recover their memories. This is where the story and gameplay kicks off, where you're tasked with helping the townsfolk recover their memories and it all starts to unravel into an even bigger story.''

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