FINAL FANTASY III
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Hey, it's Final Fantasy!
- Good adaptation to touch screens
- It's sad they've been released at a so expensive price.
- Overall, no major improvements regarding the original games
Official Square Enix port to mobile devices
Yes, this is what you were looking for, no matter if you enjoyed them back at the time or are discovering them right now. You can be a child trapped in an adult body recalling your youth in front of a TV plugged to a miracle machine called NES or an arqueologist of gaming in his or her continue mission to understand where we come from.
This is, here it is, the official port of Final Fantasy games for mobile devices, brought by the same people who did the original games back then. Graphics have been revamped. Music isn't MIDI anymore, but sounds better. Storyline is the same, step by step, without alternate endings nor new spells or whatsoever.
There has been a deluge of debates about why, when and how should Square dig its jewels up, and here they are for you to have your own opinion. An opinion that costs a handful of dollars, by the way. These games are as great as they were, and they can openly compete with any modern game in terms of playability. And they are truly retro, the best way you can have of experiencing the real retro feeling.
Recommended for everyone, more for what they mean and are rather for their technical performance. They are expensive, though. Expensive living history.
First released in 1990, FINAL FANTASY III was the first title in the FINAL FANTASY series to become a million-seller, establishing once and for all that Square Enix's classic RPG saga was here to stay.
The full 3D remake released in 2006 duplicated the original's success, selling over a million copies worldwide.
FINAL FANTASY III was a hallmark of innovation for the entire series, from the job system that lets characters change classes at any time to the ability to summon powerful creatures such as Shiva and Bahamut.
When darkness falls and the land is robbed of light, four youths are chosen by the crystals to set forth on a journey to save the world.
- New and improved 3D visuals and story sequences only for Android
- Smooth, intuitive touch-panel controls specifically tailored to Square Enix's smartphone RPGs
- Quicker browsing through the monster bestiary and other game records
- New visual designs for the Job Mastery Cards
- Support has been added for devices equipped with the x86 processor.
- The game can now be launched via any user account on the device.
- Korean language support
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Doesn't work with the shield controller at all. The touch screen interface is awful since you ended up covering up your character with your finger. Long time Square supporter, but I immediate requested a refund on this one.
I love this game cant get enough of it
The bugs are horrible constantly crashing I have yet to finish the first boss battle ever time I beat him the game crashes please fix this issue so I don't have to ask for a refund
Great update of a game that most of us in the US didn't get to play the first time around. Lots of fun, and multiple worlds to explore. An excellent installment in the FF series.
I have been enjoying playing the this game again but the consistent crashing sucks. If it was not for the quick save feature that let's me go back to just before the crash, this game would be unplayable. I really want to enjoy this mite and of the game di
This was money and time well spent
Will always play final fantasy no mater what number