Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers (Nintendo Wii, 2009)
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About this product
- Product InformationThe Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles series receives a complete makeover for its second appearance on Wii. Set one thousand years after the first title, the game's world is populated by hordes of monsters as well as competing tribes that are experimenting with science and technology. While magic has been outlawed throughout the realm, a few select individuals have shattered crystals in their bodies, imbuing them with mystical powers. You are cast in the role of one such crystal bearer, a young mercenary named Layle, whose mission is to see that the airship Alexis arrives to its destination in one piece. This kicks off an adventure that will have Layle journeying across outdoor regions and within trap-filled dungeons. The motion-sensing controls make use of Layle's crystal-enhanced powers, allowing him to solve puzzles, battle creatures, and explore his surroundings by grabbing and manipulating items or characters with the Wii Remote's infrared pointer.
- PublisherSquare Enix USA
- GameFinal Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
- PlatformNintendo Wii
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorAlcohol Reference, Crude Humor, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1-2
- Release Year2009
- Game Special Features
- Developed exclusively for the Wii system
- Swing, swim, ride, shoot, and fly using motion-sensitive controls
- A second Wii Remote can be used by friends or family members to assist you in your journey
- Developed exclusively for the Wii system
- Game SeriesFinal Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Series
Most relevant reviews
- miracleboy1Apr 09, 2015by
F.F. Crystal Bearers pushes the Wii to it's limit graphically while presenting a story that is engaging and hard to put down. The settings are sweeping and full of amazing detail. The NPC's are funny and fascinating. Very different from most other Final Fantasy game play, FFCB is much more of an action game. As the Crystal Bearer you possess a sort of levitation power controlled by the Wii remote. Once the player gets the hang of it (and it doesn't take too long) this is a fun and challenging power that forces you to think in other ways of how to survive using this power in all sorts of puzzling situations and inn battle. The game immediately starts in such a thrilling way that I was pulled in and couldn't put down the game for quite some time. Shortly after all of the beautiful and Anime quality cut scenes, you find yourself needing to control a quickly descending airship and steer it safely through the most nail biting terrain. I was left saying only "Wow" after making it safely to the city. I love games like that. The cities and other areas are immersive, loaded with treasure and fascinating characters. Some of the cutest beings that I've ever seen in a game. Gameplay takes you deep into a slowly unraveling story that will keep you playing as well. I don't know how FFCB rated upon it's release, and I imagine that FF purists had issues with it, but as a gamer who has not played much of the FF franchise because of the gameplay style, I found this game to be the most accessible FF game that I've encountered. Dirge of the Cerebus was another FF game that took us in a different direction, but Crystal Bearer does so with all of the FF strong points still intact.Read full review
- shinysyctherJul 31, 2011by
Almost a Final Fantasy.....
A pretty nice Final fantasy game. The carchter design and overworld are, as always, awesome, but, the gameplay is..... i dont know, is at least interesting, but, not enough interesting to feel it as fun. In some moment i get irritated about being all the time grabbing things and throwing them to everything, is like, repetitive. Not the best, but, at least has style.
- 1048276168@dele...May 09, 2011by
two player function sucks!
game itself was great as long as your not looking for a two player game like we were. the story line was cool the gameplay was cool but we got it to play togethor and two people cannot control the bmain charector at the same time they should have just left it one player. very dissatisfied with the two player functionality and i wont fall for it again on any game ff creates in the future. Long Live Sephiroth!
- supreme_shogun8Feb 29, 2012by
Excellent seller, product deliver super fast and i am satisfy!
The game wasn't too bad and game was brand new as described. I was expecting the game to be a little more like every other final fantasy. Main character should be using a sword instead of magic.
- cislwantstobuyJan 15, 2012by
Cool adventure and magic mix
Very good game. My first FF game and wont be the last one. Magic, adventure and good story. Using the Wiimote is great with the Crystal Bearar power