FFCC and the thin line between Crystal Bearers and Ring of Fates

Details revolving around the sequels for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles aren’t quite clear as crystal just yet. All we know is that Square Enix will be releasing two games to follow their original Crystal Chronicles (GameCube). There’s FFCC: Crystal Bearers for the Wii and FFCC: Ring of Fates for the DS. How those two games will differ, we’re not sure. It could be something like a Pokemon Red-Blue thing or something else entirely.

Regardless, both versions will make use of Wi-Fi connectivity and will differ in human interaction – they will maximize the Wiimote scheme for the Wii and touchpad functions for the DS. Squeenix is promising that much (Squeenix is Square + Enix, for you newbies).

Many times, the first we see of a game are screenshots, but this is one of those happy games where the first we see of it is a video. The way this trailer was built, it seems like it’s both for the Wii and DS versions. Check it out:

Details revolving around the sequels for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles aren’t quite clear as crystal just yet. All we know is that Square Enix will be releasing two games to follow their original Crystal Chronicles (GameCube). There’s FFCC: Crystal Bearers for the Wii and FFCC: Ring of Fates for the DS. How those two games will differ, we’re not sure. It could be something like a Pokemon Red-Blue thing or something else entirely.

Regardless, both versions will make use of Wi-Fi connectivity and will differ in human interaction – they will maximize the Wiimote scheme for the Wii and touchpad functions for the DS. Squeenix is promising that much (Squeenix is Square + Enix, for you newbies).

Many times, the first we see of a game are screenshots, but this is one of those happy games where the first we see of it is a video. The way this trailer was built, it seems like it’s both for the Wii and DS versions. Check it out:

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