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Much information about the true FFIII...
FFVI: "Until released at FFVI in FF Anthology, FFVI had only been previously released as FF3 for the SNES. FFVI can also be considered a turning point in the series as it tried on occasion to break into the 3-D world. Many fans of the series notice all kinds of preserved bits of this game in later FF's because this game was such a huge success. "
For FFIII: "This is the second game also only released in Japan. Unlike its brother, FFII, FFIII might have actually become a bigger classic than FF. It is really too bad that unlike FF and FFII, which are to be released for the Playstation, its going to be released on the GB Advance.
FFIII doesn't have utterly bad graphics. It is almost like what you would see on a Gameboy Color. Like a toned-down palette from FFV.
The gameplay is the standard of FF games of today. Its magic system is that of the Job Classes. Very simple to use and you can find your way around with only a little experimentation.
FFIII is full of good tunes that stick in your head and you don't mind. Again, they sound better in the soundtrack than in the game.
Nothing overly new at this time. Also this was the first FF game to have a major use of Side Quests to further enhance your level of play.
The storyline is very involving and complex. Starting to become like the storylines of today. Also the first game to have mini storylines for you to find out. This is also one of the first to not have a set storyline. Now there are several ways to get to the end of the game.
CHARACTER BASIS 3/5
The characters are starting to have a more involving plot with stories of even the NPC's now.
REPLAY VALUE 4/5
Oldschoolers rejoice. This is a good game to spend time on. Several times.
This is definitely the best game to play of the NES, too bad it wasn't and never will be released in America. "
"Story:In even at this megaseism of the time it passes mere sign unless. The earth it drags the crystal which is source of light of the world deeply and is packed and produces demon even the big tremble where if you compare to those which it visits from now on being wee ones, it is.
Is, but, desire still it is lost,
Four souls probably receive revelation to light being are
Everything starts from there.
4 boys regard and with in the senior To father of village " Ur " of the remote region raise.
Doing to the cave where the crystal sinks to the earth in the megaseism and can turn to there it starts 4 people do exploration feeling little courage useless and intention it is.
Review: Final Fantasy III was never release to no one other than japan. The game is over 10 years old and some people don't care if did come out to United State or Japan because with the internet they can download on the interent for free called a "rom". I don't really care if illgel or not, not like anyone going to buy it. Anyways got that off my chest.
Final Fantasy III would be last Final Fantasy game on Nes with its 6 bit graphics. The game is like Final Fantasy V where you can choose jobs. The thing about the game your characters don't have names at the beginning of the game you got to name them all so if you think about it the characters dont have names like Cloud that everyone would know."
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Last edited by JKozzy on Feb 29th, 2004 at 05:16 PM
*sigh*not to say that your wrong kozzy but...i dont think your seeing where im coming from(after all this is very easy to mix up)but i think this movie will explain EVERYTHING...(wait for the bridge scene)