Final Fantasy III
4 months ago.
Final Fantasy III out now on Steam
Final Fantasy III is out now on Steam, marking yet another platform for the classic game currently available on a wide variety of handhelds and other devices. Based on the original DS remake, the Steam version features optimized graphics for PC with improved 3D visuals and story sequences. In addition to visual upgrades, players can expect achievements and Steam Trading Cards as well. The game can be purchased at a cost of $15.99 through the Steam store front or directly…
5 months ago.
Final Fantasy III's 3D remake coming to PC via Steam
Square Enix has revealed that the Nintendo DS 3D remake of Final Fantasy III is to expand its platform reach once again - this time with a PC release via Valve's Steam distribution platform. This likely doesn't come as a huge shock, as the German ratings board leaked it a few weeks ago. Originally released in Japan on the NES in 1990, FF3 originally never saw a Western release. It finally saw the light of day with a Nintendo DS port,…
2 years ago.
Final Fantasy III PSP quietly launches in North America next week
Starting next week you'll be able to play Final Fantasy I through IX all on one platform. That is, if FFIII works with the PS Vita. Compatibility with Sony's newest handheld is currently unknown, but Final Fantasy III for PSP is set to launch Tuesday September 25th in North America on PSN - just five days after the Japanese release. The news comes straight from the PlayStation Blogcast, without a single word from Square Enix proper. We expect a formal announcement…
2 years ago.
Final Fantasy I, II and III to be released as an all-new novel
Square Enix is releasing the first original three Final Fantasy games in the form of a novel. Set to coincide with the series' 25th anniversary, the novel titled "Novel Final Fantasy I, II, III Memory of Heroes" will go on sale in Japan this Fall. This will be in addition to the rerelease of Final Fantasy III itself, which will launch on PSP later this month. Via: recruitaa.…
2 years ago.
Final Fantasy III PSP gets a full-length trailer
Square Enix has uploaded a new trailer for FFIII PSP to their Youtube channel. If you've played the game before, it's nothing new... but if you haven't here's over 3 minutes of classic Final Fantasy goodness. Final Fantasy III is slated for release on PSP this September in Japan. …
2 years ago.
Final Fantasy III PSP's boxart revealed
Square Enix has updated their official eStore page with the final box art for Final Fantasy III's PSP outing. On sale from 9/20 both digitally and at retail, FFIII for PSP is a port of the DS/iOS/Android version complete with widescreen support and both English and Japanese text options. The PSP version's boxart will be forgoing the usual minimalist logo look and instead features a CG rendered keyart of the main characters. Check it out below. …
2 years ago.
Final Fantasy III PSP screenshots display dual language support
As previously reported, Final Fantasy III's PSP edition will feature both Japanese and English text options making importing all the more easy. If you needed any further proof of this fact, Square Enix has provided it in some "new" screenshots which focus in on CG, event scenes and battle scenes. …
2 years ago.
Final Fantasy III's PSP port has dual language options
Importing just got a little easier for those looking to play Final Fantasy III when it hits PSP in a few months. This week's Famitsu mentions an English text option for the game, which will apparently come available once you switch your PSP's settings over to English. Final Fantasy III is due for PSP this September in Japan. A western release hasn't been announced but today's news doesn't put it too far out of the range of reality. …
2 years ago.
Final Fantasy III PSP official site opens with new trailer
The recently revealed Final Fantasy III for PSP now has its own official site and trailer. Set for release on 9/20 in Japan, this version of the classic RPG is a port of the DS remake which is already also available on iOS. Players will have the ability to change the music between that of the remake and the original Famicom version. A western release has yet to be announced but considering the game is already localized it wouldn't…