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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition becomes available for various platforms

Crystal Chronicles' Remastered Edition has been released. (Source: YouTube)
Crystal Chronicles' Remastered Edition has been released. (Source: YouTube)
Square Enix has announced that the remastered Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles title has gone live. It has PS4, Nintendo Switch, Android and iOS versions, across which gamers can form teams and explore all the dungeons. It also has a Lite (or free) version and a Mimic Mode for those who want to play as original characters.

Following a considerable delay, Square Enix has finally released the Remastered Edition of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. The game now has refreshed graphics, a new soundtrack and bosses on a harder setting compared to the original GameCube title. This version is compatible with the Sony Playstation 4 and Nintendo's Switch, as well as Android and Apple mobile devices.

Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition is a paid app on these platforms, although there is also a free Lite version. However, this is more of a sample, as it only allows access to the first 3 of all 13 dungeons in the full remaster. Then again, a player with the full game can take 3 other team-members (or caravanners, sorry) who are Lite users through all of them; therefore, only 1 full copy is needed per completed game.

The renewed RPG also now features Mimic Mode, by which players can set their avatar as an accurate replica of an original character from various chapters (Leo from My Life as a King or Sherlotta (Echoes of Time), for example). However, this is a separate in-game purchase. Therefore, fans of the original title can lift the crystal chalice again on its new platforms from now.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-08-30 (Update: 2020-08-30)