It has been too long since I’ve drawn Layle.
and by too long I mean a couple of days
I was not expecting this to be so big when I bought it…. >__>;
Anyways this is
reason #23432324234 to put me on a leash when I’m on ebaya wall scroll poster used in game stores when the game was released.
Something else that came in the mail today! The European guide for FFCC! I had no idea, but the two guides (The EU and NA versions) are completely different! The first two pictures are the front and back covers of both guides, and the rest are from the EU guide. The EU guide is actually MUCH better than the NA version. It’s got a lot more helpful info in it, along with a 5 year walkthrough of the game, a bunch of secrets and tips, and even a story summary!
Not to mention larger versions of the Character images! *the whole reason Neko bought the book in the first place*
New book yaaaaaay, this time of the elusive “Gravity Guide” for Crystal Bearers!
It’s basically a light version of the complete guide. It’s only got the most basic of information and the guide itself doesn’t have complete item charts or a bestiary - in fact, it doesn’t even cover the entire game! The guide only goes up through the monastery. It’s really more of a “start up” guide than anything else.
Yes, I have! I’ll be keeping a close eye on it for sure, but I’m not actually very optimistic it’ll be very Crystal Chronicles-like (speaking of the first game) at all. They described it as being like FFCC and Monster Hunter with a similar quest system to both… But the former lacks them! So I’m thinking it’s probably more like Monster Hunter than FFCC. Although the whole combining skills thing does sound sort of FFCC-ish.
We’ll just have to wait and see.
For those not clued in, Final Fantasy: Explorers was a recently announced RPG for 3DS that is claimed to be like Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (and Monster Hunter, as mentioned).