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    RPG Backtrack: Episode 55 - The Dark Crystal Chronicles

    When Final Fantasy returned to a Nintendo system after years of Sony exclusivity, it was news. Thus the Backtrack crew members bare their souls to talk about a series of precious crystal gems found in the caverns of the series.
    Gosh, what could it be....
    'The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread.' So this is it, huh folks?

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    Favourite part of this episode? Listening to Berry have a rant at the end about Ignition. I find it adorable that she says words like "blasted!" but yeah, I'm with you about Ignition products. No effort? Not worth the cash.

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    So did anyone else try to play the original Crystal Chronicles using that cumbersome setup Nintendo mandated? Sounds like it was a barrel of laughs all the way.
    'The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread.' So this is it, huh folks?

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    I don't see what's so cute about saying "blasted." :P
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    Did I miss what the next episode was going to be about?

    My experiences with the Crystal Chronicles games are limited to Ring of Fates (played a couple of hours but it didn't hook me) and grabbing Crystal Bearers out of an EB bomba bin for five bucks. Mac might say I still paid too much for it, though. I do recall Ring of Fates being the first major DS game to have really nasty copy protection - it first crossed my notice in some of the shadier parts of the Internet because people playing the game illegally would get taken to a "Thanks for playing!" screen after 5-10 minutes.
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