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And online co-op multiplayer for the somewhat strange Nintendo GameCube Final Fantasy game that paired multiple Game Boy Advance consoles with the hardware back in 2003. This time a second screen won't be required, and this remastered release will also allow for cross-platform cross-play when it makes its debut next year.

Thankfully, not long into the year with the release date set for January 23, 2020 for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and iOS and Android mobile devices. Here's a new trailer for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles.

Updated Visuals and Audio – Experience the world of FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES in stunning new ways, with upgraded graphics and audio updates enhancing the magical adventure like never before.
New Character Voiceovers – Playable heroes come to life with brand-new voiceovers as they cast spells and battle ferocious monsters.
New Online Multiplayer – Play online with up to three friends to overcome the dangerous monsters and dungeons that fill the world. No players are left behind, as FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition supports cross-play functionality.
New Dungeons and Bosses – Challenging new dungeons and bosses have been added to the game, allowing for even more fun and exciting gameplay opportunities.
New Character Appearances and Items – Stand out with brand-new looks and artefacts to equip and use throughout your magical journey.

We remember playing this one back in the day, going so far as to wrangle enough link cables and GBAs to get the multiplayer side working. It wasn't easy, and sure that part of the equation is the one we recall - we also remember the game itself being pretty good too.

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