7/10 - Killing joke Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles - Echoes of Time (Square Enix, DS, pounds 29.
What does FFCC stand for?
FFCC stands for Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicle (video game)
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- Fonds Foncier Communautaire Benny Farm (French: Benny Farm Community Land Fund; Canada)
- Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation (Jersey City, NJ)
- Fédération Française des Centres Bouddhistes Karma Kagyu (French Buddhist federation)
- Fédération Française de la Citizen Band Libre (French: French Free Citizen Band Federation)
- Farms for City Children (est. 1976; UK)
- Fédération Française de Camping et de Caravaning (French: French Federation of Camping and Caravanning)
- Fédération Française de la Course Camarguaise (French: French bullfighting federation)
- Feed-Forward Convolutional Code (electrical engineering)
- Ferrocarriles (Spanish for railways)
- First Flight Centennial Commission
- Flight Ferry Control Center (US DoD)
- Florida Film Critics Circle
- Force Fires Coordination Center
- Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce (Canada)
- Foundation for the Children of the Californias
- Full Faith and Credit Clause (US Constitution)
- Fédération Française de Cyclisme de Champagne-Ardenne (French cycling federation)
- Florida Funeral & Cemetery Consumer Advocacy (Tallahassee, FL)
- Families First Casualty Call Center (US Army)
Samples in periodicals archive:
On sale in summer 2006 for around pounds 200, the Revolution's key feature is that it will be able to download Nintendo games from the past 20 years and play previous generation GameCube game disks as well as new titles, including Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles.
Third-party publishers will add GoldenEye: Rogue Agent(TM) and Need for Speed(TM) Underground from EA, Viewtiful Joe from Capcom, Bomberman from Hudson Soft, Frogger from Konami, a Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles title from Square Enix, and many more.