Jump into the action and play as one unfl appable chocobo in this Final Fantasy inspired storybook adventure. Compete across a fairy tale landscape packed with minigames, card battles and an endless parade of your favorite Final Fantasy characters. Battle with, outsmart and out-duel Irma and her jailbird gang to save your friends from the clutches of Darkmaster Bebuzzu.
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A variety of minigames and microgames keeps the adventure fresh from beginning to end.
Compete with friends using DS Wireless Communications or battle players worldwide over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
Compare stats with online worldwide ranking.
Share microgames with your friends through wireless DS single-card download play.
Captivating “Pop-Up Duel” card battles add further depth and replay value to the experience.
Collect and duel with over 100 cards featuring the familiar monsters of Final Fantasy fame.
Tap, drag, turn and slide through puzzles, races and more with intuitive Touch Screen controls available only on the Nintendo DS.
Final Fantasy Fables Chocobo Tales is rated
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Rated 4 out of
A "My First Final Fantasy"This is not an RPG, this is a Final Fantasy spin-off, so if you're looking for something like that, I would recommend looking into Chocobo's Dungeon. This is a storybook style game where you "hop into to storybooks" to play minigames, collect cards and duel with them, and play microgames. The game is very cutesy and childish, but what you'll find inside the case is a devil of a game. So if you want to start out Final Fantasy, I recommend this to get you started.
Date published: 2011-06-10
Rated 5 out of
No Ka Oi!!! (The Best-est)Love this game! The story mode is great & I even like all the spins on the "stories" . The puzzels are not easy, it's like playing brain quest but more animated, you definitely have to be a well rounded gamer to beat the full game. (I had the hardest time with the Melody matcher) One of the really cool things is that you can play with otherson multi player, so you can test yourself against your friends & family. I'm 8 but I play against my older brother who's 11 and my Mom who's really old. She does better at the puzzels where you have to do maps or the ones where your looking for something. I cant think of anything bad about this game except that sometimes I can't get the gold level or I have to have my mom or brother defeat a game for me so I can get more cards. The cards you use to beat the main bad guy, sometime I have to go against him 3 times before I beat him. I also had a hard time at the combination lock but after my Mom got another of the game & got to that level she told me where to look for the hints for the lock and I figured it out. You don't really have to read to do the puzzels but you do have to read to be able to beat the entire game. I think this game is the best and is my favorite one to take on long car drive like when we go from CT to FL or even short rides like to gamestop..