So you're looking at this game and thinking "wow this game is going to be terrible." It looks a little childish but turned out to be a very fun game. With many mini and micro games and an in-depth pop-up card summon game, you are not likely to get bored. Most of the music the final fantasy fan will recognize, and a lot of the characters(mostly on the cards) final fantasy fans will recognize also. You can think of this game as a mix between Pokemon, paper Mario and Final Fantasy. But don't worry just because some of the characters look like their are from Pokemon. Throughout the game you will find mini games based off tales like "Jack and the Beanstalk" and "The Boy who Cried Wolf" and many others. Although the mini and micro games are very fun, the card battling is definitely the best part. Although card battles don't occur to often in the game, they will usually be lengthy. Also, there will usually be on person you can go to and duel, over and over again. So everybody, final fantasy fan or not, young or not, will enjoy this game.
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