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Bring Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles to the 3DS

12 Signatures Goal: 5,000

Crystal Chronicles was the first Final Fantasy game to be brought to a Nintendo home console in a LONG time. The game was well received but criticised due to the expensive nature of its multiplayer (GBAs, link cables and a Gamecube all required to play multiplayer). The 3DS is selling very well and I can see no better place for a port of Crystal Chronicles (or a sequel)? The two screens are exactly what Crystal Chronicles needed to manage item menus and gameplay and the 3DS is definitley capable of handling this game. I hope you can take just a minute of your time to sign this petition, even if you never played this game or had an interest, hopefully this petition will encourage Square Enix to bring the game to 3DS and encourage you to see what it's all about. Or failing that, just do it for me and all the fans who would LOVE to see this series make a return in some shape or form. Thanks for reading!

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  • Michael Kekipi
    Michael Kekipi United States, Elk Grove
    Mar 13, 2016
    Mar 13, 2016
    This game was what got me through my childhood, it was the game I was always able to go to when ideas looking to play something and even looking back on it i would play it all over again, even looking at this on a financial level, this game would be great for Nintendo to sell again, the reason the game never sold well in the past was due to its many cable requirements but with the 3DS and the technology it brings, Crystal Chronicles would shine even brighter than it did when we played it in our youths.
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    Michael Kekipi United States
    5 months ago
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    Ricardo Mosqueda Mexico
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    Sam McKendrick Australia
    3 years ago
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    David Wisniewski United States
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    Sean Drisco United States
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    Gwen Davis United Kingdom
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    K. Lawrence United Kingdom
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    Nathan Canada
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    Sigmund Norway
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    Miguel Hidalgo United States
    3 years ago