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
+ By SQUARE ENIX Co.,Ltd.
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
- Game data can now be saved to the cloud.
- Game pads are now supported.
*Some gamepads may be incompatible.
I love the game itself, but the game crashes multiple times a play session. Once that issue is fixed, I can give it the 5-star rating it deserves.
Not full screen
Haven't played it in a while, and trying to download my game from I guess "the cloud", and have been trying to get the download completed for two days now...ugh. very frustrating. Ok. Reinstalled and thought that I was going to get my data back, but there is nothing there. :(
It's a little hard to control with he cursor moving all the time, plus I'm now stuck in the boat. God only knows why, but the game simply won't let me dissembark.
Game was half price during summer sale, so of course I jumped on it since it had Bluetooth Controller Support. I'm playing on a Galaxy Note 2 running 4.4.2 with a Moga Pro in (B) mode. Game plays fine. Looks like the FF3 that I remember. This is an old school type game, not a modern FF style game. I'm definitely enjoying my half price purchase, bought FF4 too. It was like a buy one get one free,
Everytime I open the file it says error has occured!
I play this all the time. Such a gorgeous looking game and such a classic. They really out did themselves with this amazing remake. Recommended for FF fans young and old. Be warned though that these older FF games are way harder than the new ones.