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Table of Contents
FFCC Remastered Guide - Recommended Articles
|Things To Know Before Playing|
|Points Of No Return||New Features|
|Points When Making Characters|
|Best Tribe||Best Family Trade|
|Mimic Skins List||Character Creation|
|Story Walkthrough||Moogle Stamps|
|Artifact Collecting||Bonus Points Guide|
|Best Equipment||Magic Combo Guide|
|Unknown Element||High Difficulty|
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered - Latest News
Scheduled Update For Mid-Late September 2020
There is an announced update wherein new features will be added in multiplayer. Such as skipping cutscenes and Myrrh events.Check out Details about the Update here!
Server Error For New Zealand, Australian Players
Currently there's a know server issue causing New Zealand, Australian Players to unable to access Multiplayer. The issue is being looked into by customer service and will be resolved possibly with a patch in the future.Check out Server Maintenance & Error here!
FFCC Remastered Soundtrack Now Available!
Good news for avid fans! The FFCC Remastered Edition Original soundtrack has been released for sale on Sep.02 ! Not only does the soundtrack contains over 50 song records from the game, it also comes with digital special tracks!Soundtrack Available here!
Additional Items In Japan Version
While the soundtrack is available world-wide, the Japanese version has additional items such as a Golden CD & FFCC themed posters. Give it a look if you're interested!Soundtrack Vendor Page (JP Only)
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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered - Game Database
All Artifacts ListAll Artifacts Complete Guide
All Equipment ListBest Weapons, Armor, & Accessories
All Tribe / Playable RacesCheck Out All Tribe List!
Towns & ShopsWorld Map & Unlock Times
FFCC Remastered - Dungeon Guides & Walkthrough
Normal Dungeons - Map & Boss Guides
|Accessible After The 1st Year|
|River Belle Path||Map & Item Drops|
|Giant Crab Boss Fight|
|The Mushroom Forest||Map & Item Drops|
|Malboro Boss Fight|
|The Mine of Cathuriges||Map & Item Drops|
|Orc King Boss Fight|
|Accessible After The 2nd Year|
|Goblin Wall||Map & Item Drops|
|Goblin King Boss Fight|
|Tida||Map & Item Drops|
|Armstrong Boss Fight|
|Moschet Manor||Map & Item Drops|
|Gigas Lord & Maggie Boss Fight|
|Veo Lu Sluice||Map & Item Drops|
|Golem Boss Fight|
|Accessible After The 3rd Year|
|Selepation Cave||Map & Item Drops|
|Cave Worm Boss Fight|
|Daemon's Court||Map & Item Drops|
|Lizardman King Boss Fight|
|Accessible After The 4th Year|
|Kilanda||Map & Item Drops|
|Iron Giant Boss Fight|
|Conall Curach||Map & Item Drops|
|Dragon Zombie Boss Fight|
|Rebena Te Ra||Map & Item Drops|
|Lich Boss Fight|
|Accessible After The 5th Year|
|Lynari Desert||Map & Item Drops|
|Antlion Boss Fight|
|Mount Vellenge||Map & Item Drops|
|Meteor Parasite Boss Fight|
|The Nest Of Memories||Maps & Item Drops|
|Raem Boss Fight|
|Memiroa Boss Fight|
High Difficulty Dungeons
|All Bonus Dungeons|
|Falling Leaves Path||The Goblin Festival|
|Miasma Pit||Toadstool Forest|
|Oblivion Village||Dinner Party|
|Misty Mount Kilanda||Afternoon Fort|
|Pale Cave||Frozen Sluice|
|Moonlit Desert||Foggy Swamp|
FFCC Remastered - Strategy Guide & Tips
Beginner Guides & Tips
Game System & Feature
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (FFCC) Remastered - Release Date & Product Information
|Release Date||August 27, 2020|
|Platform||Switch PS4 |
Mobile (iOS & Android)
|Official Site||FFCC Remastered Edition Official Site|
¥4,800: Roughly $45 (+Tax)
¥2,800: Roughly $26
What Is Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (FFCC) Remastered?
A Remaster Of The GameCube Classic
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (FFCC) Remastered Edition is a remaster of the well-received title of the same name launched for the Nintendo GameCube in 2003 in Japan and 2004 in other countries. As a spin-off of the main series, FFCC is also the first Final Fantasy game to be released on a Nintendo home console after a long time, releasing 9 years after the Super Nintendo's Final Fantasy VI.
1. Improved graphics
2. Online multiplayer
Play with friends and make new ones online
3. Allows cross-platform play
Play with PS4, Switch, and mobile users
4. Challenging dungeons and bosses
2 new high-difficulty dungeons with the possibility of more in the future
5. New weapons and armor
6. Fully-voiced characters
Characters get more personality with voice overs!
7. Character appearance customization
8 new customization options, bumping the original's 32 to 40!
8. Singer Yae returns to sing and narrate
New renditions of Sound of the Wind, Starry Night are to be expected
9. New BGMs from composer Kumi Tanioka
New songs and remixes of the classic BGMs
Play Online Multiplayer In FFCC Remastered
The original version of FFCC had a maximum number of 4 players, with each one required to have a cable of their own to connect their systems. In the remastered, players can play the game anywhere without the constraints of hardware, making it more convenient and fun.
Allows Cross-Platform Multiplayer
FFCC Remastered will launch for the Nintendo Switch, Sony PS4, and mobile OSs, iOS and Android. All these systems can play together online to take on dungeons and quests, making it so that players are not limited to the console or device that they own!
New Challenging Dungeons & Bosses
According to the official Japanese site, new challenging dungeons like the River Belle Path and Mushroom Forest, together with bosses like Giant Crab and Malboro, will be added to the game. New additions are to be expected so stay tuned for the latest news!
Currently Known Harder Difficulty Dungeons
- River Belle Path
- Mushroom Forest
- Veo Lu Sluice
- Lynari Desert
New Character Customization Options
8 new customization options are to be added, totaling 40 possible options to choose from before you start your adventures. The new 8 patters are probably for the Clavat, Lilty, Selkie, and Yuke races, with each set to have a new variation for both male and female.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered - Gameplay Details
Multiplayer-Focused Final Fantasy
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles was first released as a title for the Nintendo GameCube, then going on to have 5 sequels on different consoles and generations. The game sets itself apart from other Final Fantasy titles as it focuses on bringing together up to 4 players and having them cooperate with each other to beat dungeons and difficult bosses.
Defend The World & Your Hometown From Miasma
FFCC Story Summary
Since long ago, the dangerous gas miasma has threatened to consume the world. Crystals hold back the gas, but their power is not eternal. Follow the journey of four classes of adventurers on a perilous mission to protect their home. These are the "Crystal Chronicles."
In FFCC, the world has been afflicted with "Miasma", a cloud of gas that kills anyone it touches except monsters. With this ever-present danger, towns are forced to rely on the safety of their crystals to ward off the miasma. But as these crystals require more energy every year, groups of people called "caravans" are sent outside to collect the highly valuable "myrrh" to extend the crystal's protection.
Fight Around The Crystal Chalice
The caravan (player party) makes use of a crystal chalice to keep them safe when traveling inside dungeons to ward off threats and enemies. Going out of the chalice's range steadily decreases your HP, making it necessary to carefully plot out your team's formation and roles.
Cooperate With Your Team!
FFCC has a system that allows players can make use of powerful combos such as using all characters to cast multiple spells to deal heavy damage. Utilizing these combos and cooperating with your team is key if you wish to overcome the new challenging dungeons and bosses.