As announced by Square Enix, the Remastered Edition of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is coming to various platforms including iOS, Android, Nintendo Switch, and PS4 next year. Check out its latest trailer below:

It is a classic GameCube title with support for multiplayer cross-platform

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This Remasted Version of the game has in-game support for multiplayer over the internet.

Originally, this RPG title launched on GameCube in 2003. The unique point about it back then is that it allowed the ability to use our GBA to enjoy the experience with our friends online. Luckily, with this Remasted Version of the game, you won't need to find your old GBA since it already has a built-in cross-platform multiplayer mechanic that can support up to 4 people at the same time.

The original FFCC  - Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

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Then they used those crystals to protect all the settlements from the Miasma.

In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, you will step in the shoes of an adventurer whose job is to guard the caravan to gather Myrrh drops. These drops are the fuel for the mystical crystals that protect all the settlements from the Miasma.

The most seducing thing in FFCC is its dreamlike atmosphere. The melody is unforgettable melody, and the characters are compelling. Each new environment is presented with poetry with a mysterious voice that evokes the dangers that one may find on his way.

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At the beginning of the level, we lose all the magic previously obtained.

The game system is also full of action. It has a gameplay that allows you to hit enemies in melee by making small action sequences, and you can also obtain magic spheres - which contain different elements such as Lightning, Fire, Blizzard, etc - throughout the level by opening chests or defeating foes and later channel upon them to unleash powerful spells.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition will hit Android, iOS, PS4, and Nintendo Switch on January 23rd, 2020, so be sure to mark the date if you loved this classic game as a kid, or are just a Final Fantasy fan in general.