The First Final Fantasy: Crystal Bearers Trailer

Finally Square-Enix decided to shed some light to the one of the most anticipated Wii title: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers. I liked the original game that was released on the Gamecube but this one seems to have more depth and a great single-player campaign. Currently, there are no words about the online multiplayer and how the remote controller would be implemented to the game. I bet more news will emerge on this year’s E3 that will be held on July.

PS: Is it me or the intro song seems to be inspired from “Titanic”?


5 responses to this post.

  1. Square really knows how to push games to new console limits. 🙂


  2. looks great! The battle scene implies real time combat instead of the usual turn based. I don’t play but I love watching my friends play and I live the moment with them. Final Fantasy sure is amazing.


  3. Damn… nice visuals!!


  4. Posted by offmyhead on May 29, 2007 at 6:13 am

    hmm… really? a final fantasy game on the wii? i thought square/enix was too busy sucking sonys dick to create any ‘classics’ for other console. anyway, it looks decent enough. might actually give it a go. when is it out?


  5. @3baid
    Yeah they are excellent at that but there games take too long to release.

    Final Fantasy should be experienced by all players in my opinion. This installment sure looks promising.

    Yeah, finally nice visuals for the Wii instead of port graphics.

    Actually you got the other way around. It is Sony who is sucking Sqaure-Enix dick because currently they are desperate for good games.


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