|The only Final Fantasy that was never localized - the third installment of the original series - will finally reach North American shores! Lauded as "legendary" by the Japanese fan base, Final Fantasy III has been reborn, incorporating the latest in portable gaming technology. Using the features of the Nintendo DS to their fullest, Final Fantasy III features graphics that have been reworked and remodeled in 3D, while maintaining the mythical Final Fantasy look and feel.|
A chance encounter with a sentient crystal propels Luneth from his peaceful village of Ur in search of three others who share his destiny. Together, the four youthful adventurers must vanquish the darkness that threatens to engulf the world.
Final Fantasy Strategy9/11/2013
This game is a bit of a departure compared to other Final Fantasy games. The gameplay is close to being a strategy game, in fact you can play the entire game using only the touchscreen. The graphics are good and the music is outstanding. I've had a good time as it's also quite challenging.
Just What You'd Expect From FF10/3/2012
From what I understand, this is a 3D redo of an older Nintendo game. The gameplay is the same as most of the Final Fantasy games, which I don' t mind in the least. While the intro and cutscenes were amazing, I found the 3D "enhancements" with the fights to be repetitive and somewhat annoying, as it did nothing more than bring in a closeup of your opponent(s) and rotate them slightly before returning to the classic action. That might just be me, however. All in all, it's a decent FF game.
its a pretty good nostalgic trip. the graphics are obviously touched up and things are a bit less blocky (more triangle shaped now but eh) I mean, for gameplay, its final fantasy. you know how it is going to be. you have certain amount of magic per magic tier and what not. just a good game for nostalgia really. as far as $25, i dont think it is worth it. I would go more for final fantasy games ranging from 5-maaaybe 10
Solid, classic RPG.3/15/2007
A very solid, if dated, game. It looks great, although I wish they had made better use of the 2nd screen (it serves very little purpose). Music is good, the gameplay is very quick and smooth. The job system is excellent. It's also interesting (as a long-time FInal Fantasy fan) to see the development and introduction of many ideas that became standards and even icons for the later, more popular FF games. Highly recommended for anyone who fondly remembers role-playing on the NES.