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Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Director Explains Why Remaster Cut Local Co-Op

A “one or the other” kind of situation.

Last month, Square Enix dropped quite the bombshell when it revealed Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition wouldn’t support offline or local multiplayer due to development reasons, it chose not to elaborate on at the time.

Now, in an interview with Destructoid, the game’s director – Ryoma Araki – has shed some light on the situation, explaining how it was a “one or the other” kind of situation and local play, instead of cross-play, would have restricted it:

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

A “one or the other” kind of situation.

Last month, Square Enix dropped quite the bombshell when it revealed Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition wouldn’t support offline or local multiplayer due to development reasons, it chose not to elaborate on at the time.

Now, in an interview with Destructoid, the game’s director – Ryoma Araki – has shed some light on the situation, explaining how it was a “one or the other” kind of situation and local play, instead of cross-play, would have restricted it:

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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