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, and the story line made the characters have more character rather than just being a group of four generic characters. Aside from just the graphics and characters, there were a few things changed this time around; things such as jobs (theres a job system in this game much like final fantasy V or tactics), a different starting job, a new control method (you can use the stylus to move around and use it to pick out actions during battles) and other minor changes. The full list of changes can be found on "http://ff3trans.pbwiki.com/NES%20to%20DS%20Changes". But aside from these changes, the game is basically the same with the same traditional battle system (turn based rather than active time). All in all, this game is worth it if you like the Final Fantasy series, or if you are looking for a really good RPG to pick up for your DS. Plus the sound track is made by Nobuo Uematsu, which you can expect is topnotch.
Finally that gap we all had in our collection is filled, we’ve waited a long time for this game, and even better is that it’s been remade into an up-to-date 3D version for the DS. The games opening sequence is majestical... Read Full Review
In a remake of the original Final Fantasy III, which never came to America, though a game called Final Fantasy III came to our SNES which was actually Final Fantasy VI, Square-Enix tries to make this game more enjoyable.... Read Full Review