If you were to ask a Final Fantasy fan to describe the iconic Square series, they might rattle off a series of terms: crystals, classes, chocobos. Flying airships. Summoned monsters with mythological titles like Ifrit and Shiva. Somebody named Cid.
Twitter user Rurue0111 recreated the Final Fantasy III job classes in miniature on a screen door. 8-bit has never been so good at not letting mosquitos in the house!
Final Fantasy III is now available on Steam. The first legitimate PC version of the game is a port of the relatively recent 3D remake, and will set you back $15.99. Be sure to give your Warriors of Light distinctive names, so they aren't confused with all of the other nameless, world-saving orphans.
Over the past couple years, Square Enix has brought Final Fantasy VII and then Final Fantasy VIII to personal computers via Steam. Naturally, their next step is Final Fantasy III.
Almost as far back as I can remember, I've been a gamer. At the age of four, my family got an original Nintendo with the Super Mario Bros., Duck Hunt, and the World Class Track Meet combo game—light gun and power pad included. Until I was in middle school, that Nintendo (and the aging Atari 2600 that lived forgotten…
This new Japanese trailer for the PSP version of Final Fantasy III shows the team getting their magic on against a variety of foes. It also demonstrates a smart way of showing PSP footage without spreading it out and making it look janky - super-impose smaller footage over bigger, out-of-focus footage! Crafty.
The game, which hit both the DS and the iOS, will allow players to play through FFIII with the game's original music. It's also has an "auto battle" feature that doubles the speed of the battles for automatic fighting.
In this week's exciting installment of the Nintendo Download, Kirby's Dream Land is the next old school Game Boy title for the 3DS, DSiWare gets Hearts, Spades, and Euchre, and some old role-playing game hits the Virtual Console. What the hell is a Kefka?
Square Enix has finally made the third game in the Final Fantasy series available on the iPhone, and it's pretty damn good. Is it $15.99 worth of good?
A game that has been remade and ported to the Nintendo DS is...once again being remade and ported. This time, Final Fantasy III is headed to the iPhone, and this is what it looks like.