FFCC: The Crystal Bearers Receives Euro Date

By Jorge Ba-oh 07.10.2009 5

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles has been dated, with Square Enix-owned Eidos set to publish the game in Europe.

According to Final Fantasy Union, Eidos France is saying the game will be hitting European streets from February 2010. It'll be arriving in North America around Christmas time 2009 and nine.

Box art for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers

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European release date Out now   North America release date Out now   Japan release date Out now   Australian release date Out now   

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I always hate that "We Have a Date" "FROM February 2010..." Ok....So like anywhere after February. E.g. August Smilie


aw, only February? That's a long time.

I find your lack of faith disturbing!

Yeah i hate it when devs say February Smilie idk how they can miss out on xmas this only none big N game im looking at for wii right now

That's not a date.

It would have been nice if it had been in time for the holiday season... stupid slow translators.

Joey87 (guest) 11.10.2009#5

February?! Awww shucks, that's bloody ages away! SmilieSmilie

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