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FINAL FANTASY® CRYSTAL CHRONICLES™
Format: Nintendo GameCube™
Launch Date: Q4 2003
ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)
Game Type: Role-Playing Game (RPG)
Accessories: Memory Card
GCN GBA Cable

Players: 1-4
MSRP: TBD

Game Summary
In a world ravaged by plague, the people depend on a blessed crystal. In order for this crystal to maintain its sparkle and power, Mirula Droplets are constantly needed. These crystallized drops can only be found in the deepest, darkest caverns of a far-off dungeon. Every year, the Crystal Caravan must collect the precious Mirula Droplets, burdened with the fate of the villagers. This year, however, players and up to three friends must take the caravan that makes the vital excursion to save the villagers lives. As a long and perilous trek is taken through a wilderness overrun by monsters, players will fight through this epic role-playing game with the story and graphic quality fans have come to expect from the Final Fantasy series.

Features
- Discover multiplayer connectivity! Up to four players can play simultaneously, working cooperatively to solve puzzles and defeat enemies on their quest, using their Game Boy Advance systems to control their character data and view character information. Some clues may only be available to certain players, and they’ll have to communicate and cooperate to share the information they receive on their personal game screens!

- Line up four players side-by-side to communicate with one another as you move through dungeons and defeat enemies together.

- Developed by The Game Designers Studio/Square Enix Co., Ltd.

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