Final Fantasy III Review
Not only is this a nicely done remake of an influential, little-seen early chapter from this long-running role-playing series, it's also an all-around solid RPG.
if any of you remembered playing the original Final Fantasy III (not Final Fantasy III which is supposed to be VI for SNES) for the NES, then this is the remake of that game. The game was redisigned with DS graphics, an... Read Full Review26 of 29 users found the following review helpful
III on the DS is disappointing. It gives so much promise at the start, but after a couple of hours of playing the facade drops and the game shows its true colours. This game is plagued with problems. In every other Fi... Read Full Review3 of 5 users found the following review helpful
As the first two FInal Fantasy games are a major success in the company, Squaresoft release the third game in the series in 1990. Released for the Famicom (known as NES in North America) in Japan, this is the only Final... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
NOTE: This is for FFIII On the NES, the one not officially released in the US aside from fan translations, not FFVI. FF3 Is like 1 and 5, in the way that it focuses on the job system for gameplay. Every FF game up to ... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
With several great and memorable characters to go along with, as well as an infamous villian, what else would anybody want out of a game? You start out with 2 characters that you know nothing about, but already you ha... Read Full Review3 of 8 users found the following review helpful
I played this game and my first thought was wow. The ability to change jobs in game lets you experience a ighly ebjoyable ame in a bunch of diferent ways. The grapics and sound are great for its day and age. A snes era f... Read Full Review0 of 2 users found the following review helpful
On April 27 of 1990, Square Enix finished their third installment of the highly acclaimed Final Fantasy series. However, the game was never released in the United States, most likely due to the near release date of the S... Read Full Review4 of 8 users found the following review helpful
Nothing quite says obscure RPG title than FF3, but all obscurities aside, this game is aokay. You have 4 kind of generic warriors called onion children or something. They run in to some crystal which consequently gives... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Gameplay: The gameplay is fun. It is the last FF to be fully turn based. What I mean is that all FFs are turn based but Final Fantasy I-III are fully. This is because you can actually make a strategy out of it because if... Read Full Review1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
This game is not only the greatest game of the Final Fantasy line for the Nintendo line but it beats most other games. The abilities they learn and how each of the charactors lifes are compleatly different from eachother... Read Full Review1 of 3 users found the following review helpful
Final Fantasy 3 (FF3) was released 1990 for the NES, I started playing the game 15 years later so what can I see about such a game. In FF3 is the Turn-Based fighting the most important thing in the game. Most FF's are... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
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